ColaCarb M7C is a medium foaming ether carboxylic acid with good emulsification and dispersing properties, used for metalworking fluids, fire-resistant hydraulic fluids (HFA-S), and rolling emulsions. The product is extremely stable against electrolyte and hard water. Cola®Carb M7C shows outstanding lime soap dispersing power, being able to disperse large quantities of calcium oleate or tallate.
By structure, ether carboxylates are chemically combined nonionic and anionic surfactants. Their structures and performance attributes are customizable by properly selecting hydrophobic alkyl chains and hydrophilic alkoxylate chains. Their unique structures enable their multifunctionality for emulsification, dispersing, surface wetting, corrosion inhibition, and lubrication.
Additionally, ether carboxylates help stabilize emulsions against electrolyte and hard water and thus increase the lifetime of water-dilutable metalworking fluids. In general, they have low to medium foaming tendency and are biodegradable. They have been extensively used in metalworking fluids, i.e., soluble oils, semi-synthetic, rolling emulsions, hydraulic fluids, cleaners, enhanced crude oil recovery, personal care, paint and coatings, and some concrete applications.
Features & Benefits of ColaCarb M7C
- Excellent emulsification properties
- Electrolyte and hard water stable
- Outstanding lime soap dispersing properties
- Medium foaming tendency
- Boron free
- Free of secondary amines
- Broad registration status
- HLB value: 12
- Metalworking fluids (emulsions, semi-synthetic, synthetic) •
- Fire-resistant hydraulic fluids (HFA-S)
- Rolling emulsions
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