Kemox cellulose ether used in detergents plays a role as a thickener, emulsifier, stabilizer, suspending agent and moisturizer in daily chemicals.

Detergents are cleaning agents used in household, industrial, and institutional settings. They are designed to remove dirt, grease, and other contaminants from various surfaces and materials. It consists of surfactants, auxiliary detergents and additives, and has good cleaning power in dilute solutions.


Why Chose Kemox™ Cellulose

Detergents Description

Detergents can be made from a wide range of ingredients, including surfactants, builders, enzymes, and various additives. Surfactants are the primary cleaning agents in detergents, and they help to lift and remove dirt and other contaminants from surfaces. Builders are used to enhance the cleaning power of the detergent by binding to minerals in the water and preventing them from interfering with the cleaning process.

Product application characteristics

Improved Thickening

Kemox’s HPMC and HEC products can improve the thickening properties of detergents, making them more viscous and easier to apply. This can help to ensure that the detergent stays in contact with the surface being cleaned for a longer period of time, enhancing its cleaning power.

Enhanced Stability

Kemox’s HPMC and HEMC products can enhance the stability of detergents, preventing them from breaking down or separating over time. This can help to ensure that the detergent remains effective for a longer period of time, reducing the need for frequent replacements.

Improved Foaming

Kemox’s HPMC and RDP products can improve the foaming properties of detergents, creating a rich and thick foam that helps to lift and remove dirt and other contaminants from surfaces.

Reduced Surface Tension

Kemox’s HEC products can reduce the surface tension of detergents, allowing them to penetrate more deeply into surfaces and lift dirt and other contaminants more effectively.

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