Product Name

Lauryl Hydroxysultaine CAS 13197-76-7

Basic Information

CAS No:13197-76-7
Molecular Formula:C17H37NO4S
Molecular Weight:351.545
Remarks:Factory direct sales

Lauryl Hydroxysultaine Properties

Item

Specifications

Appearance

Yellow liquid

Purity/%

99.9%

Melting point/℃53
PSA85.81
density(Kg/m³)1000(rough estimate)
refractive index1.466
Flash point/℃129.6
storage temproom temperature

Lauryl Hydroxysultaine USES

It is widely used in middle and high grade shampoos and body washes; it is the main ingredient for preparing mild baby shampoos, baby foam baths, and baby skin care products; it is an excellent soft conditioner in hair care and skin care formulations; it can also be used as a detergent , Wetting agent, thickener, antistatic agent and bactericide, etc.

It can be used in oilfield exploitation. Its main function is as a viscosity reducer, oil-displacing agent and foaming agent, making full use of its surface activity to infiltrate, penetrate, and strip the crude oil in the oil-bearing mud to improve the three-phase recovery

Lauryl Hydroxysultaine Packaging

Packing: 25Kg,100Kg,200Kg,1000Kg/Drum

Lauryl Hydroxysultaine storage

  1. Store barreled products in a cool, ventilated warehouse; keep away from

fire and heat sources. The warehousing temperature does not exceed 30 ℃, and the relative

humidity does not exceed 80%. Keep the container sealed; products should be stored separately

from oxidants, reducing agents, etc., and should not be mixed; be equipped with fire-fighting

equipment of appropriate variety and quantity; the storage area should be equipped with

equipment for emergency treatment of leakage and suitable containment materials;

  1. Store in a special storage tank; keep away from fire and heat sources; there is fire-fighting foam

for a fire emergency, and the tank area is equipped with equipment for the emergency treatment of

leakage.

  1. Shelf life: The shelf life of this product is 6 months.

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