Straight-chain fatty acids with C16 and C18 chain lengths make up tall oil fatty acids. Unsaturated fatty acids including oleic acid and linoleic acid, as well as a minor amount of saturated palmitic acid, stearic acid, and rosin acid, are the primary components. It comes from the distillation and separation of crude tall oil, which is a particularly rich supply. A surfactant of the imidazoline class has outstanding application performance. When combined with practically any other form of surfactant, it can generate a good synergistic effect. It is utilized in everyday chemical industry, metal corrosion inhibition, petroleum extraction, textile, printing and dyeing, and other applications. The field has a wide range of applications.
Long-carbon straight-chain fatty acids make up the majority of tall oil fatty acids. The viscosity of imidazoline compounds produced with it will be higher. The significant demands placed on the product process by the intricacy of tall oil fatty acids. Alfa Chemistry can customize tall oil fatty acid imidazolines surfactant products for customers based on years of expertise working with surfactant firms.
Alfa Chemistry can customize tall oil fatty acid imidazolines surfactant products for customers based on years of expertise working with surfactant firms. Please learn more about the following product case!
AC OC200 is a 1:1 tall oil fatty acid imidazoline with a high closed ring/imidazoline content that can be employed as the primary ingredient in corrosion inhibitor formulations. This ingredient is found in a variety of corrosion inhibitor compositions. The following are some of its most important characteristics:
Its uses include:
|Appearance @ 25°C||Amber to brown liquid|
|Total alkalinity mg KOH/g||75 - 120|
|Tertiary amine mg KOH/g||>40|
|Composition||2:1 Tall Oil Fatty acid DETA Imidazoline|
|Imidazoline cyclisation %||50 %|
|Viscosity at 25°C (centistokes)||650|
|pH (1% aqueous)||10.5|
|Specific gravity at 20°C||0.93|
|Solubility in water||Insoluble|
|Flash point closed cup||>175°C|
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