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  • Something about Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES)
    Something about Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES)
    • 2020-11-16

    Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES) the darlings of manufacturers of household products because it's cheap and it perform a simple task really well. It make long-lasting bubbles and it’s hard for us to get away from the idea that more bubbles equals better cleaning power. As a result SLES is used in hundreds of products, from dishwashing liquid to shampoo. Even some ‘eco’ brands use these chemicals. It has a lower degree of skin irritation, ease of compaction and insensitivity to hard water. It also has very good properties, is inexpensive and readily available and therefore readily used by the manufacturers. Technical Specification SLES is an anionic surfactant, widely used in rinse off products as a primary surfactant. In addition to excellent detergency, it also performance excellent emulsification and foamability. It is major component of rinse-off products. It is compatible with all surfactants except cationic. Available in 28% and 70% active concentration, SLES 70% is most preferred. Main advantages of SLES The product has good solvency, favorable hard-water resistance and high-biodegradation. It also facilitates ease of formulation and production. In addition, it also creates a degree of thickening to the final product formulation. Applications It is widely used in many personal care and home care products like Shampoo, Bubble Bath, Shower Gel, Face Wash, Dish Wash, Liquid Detergent and Hand Wash. It is also used in the printing and dyeing industry, petroleum and leather industry as lubricant, dyeing agent, cleanser, foaming agent and degreasing agent.

  • The Middle East And Africa Hand Sanitizer Market Is Expected To Grow At a 2.5% Annual Growth Rate
    The Middle East And Africa Hand Sanitizer Market Is Expected To Grow At a 2.5% Annual Growth Rate
    • 2020-11-09

    The Middle East And Africa Hand Sanitizer Market Is Expected To Grow At a 2.5% Annual Growth Rate According to the latest market report from, with the outbreak of the new crown epidemic in 2020, people's awareness of personal and hand hygiene continues to increase, and the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region's demand for hand sanitizer continues to rise. According to 6Wresearch, the MEA hand sanitizer market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 2.5% in 2020-2026. In addition, due to the widespread use of hand sanitizer as a preventive measure, and the increase in domestic manufacturing in most of the MEA countries, the region is expected to experience moderate growth during the forecast period. Calculated by country, due to the growing domestic production, increasing population, and increasing demand for hand sanitizer, Saudi Arabia has the largest share of the overall hand sanitizer market in the MEA region in 2019. According to 6Wresearch research analyst Mansi Bisht, gel-based hand sanitizers accounted for the largest proportion in the MEA region in 2019. Factors such as cost-effectiveness and ease of use have made gel hand sanitizers a popular choice for consumers in almost all countries in the Middle East and Africa. In addition, providing the best and most comprehensive skin coverage also plays a vital role in increasing the sales of gel products. Assistant researcher Shubham Cholasia said that depending on the type of product, alcohol-based hand sanitizers will also account for a large share in the future market. Some of the major companies in the MEA market include: Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser, GOJO Industries, 3M and Procter & Gamble.

  • UAE Exempts VAT on Hand Sanitizers, Masks and Gloves
    UAE Exempts VAT on Hand Sanitizers, Masks and Gloves
    • 2020-11-09

    UAE Exempts VAT on Hand Sanitizers, Masks and Gloves The UAE Cabinet announced that hand sanitizers, masks and gloves are exempted from VAT. Medical equipment used to treat COVID-19 patients, including disposable medical suits, respirators and goggles, will also be exempt from 5% tax. The decision was made during a cabinet meeting chaired by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The cabinet said it will provide support to the country's health department during the epidemic. The Minister of Health and Prevention Abdulrahman Al Owais said the move will help the hospital stock up on important medical supplies and supplies. Earlier before the meeting started, Sheikh Mohammed had a conversation with teachers and students from schools across the country through an online meeting to celebrate the start of the new school year. He said that the achievements of the UAE since its establishment stem from education. "Since the establishment of our country, our achievements and progress began in schools. With education, we will continue to move forward into the future." He also talked about the challenges the school has faced since March. "Despite various circumstances, we are still unswervingly developing the education system. The last school year is the best proof that our education system has the ability to continuously develop under the most difficult conditions."

  • China Will Encourage Domestic Companies to Import Malaysian Premium Palm Oil According to Market Demand
    China Will Encourage Domestic Companies to Import Malaysian Premium Palm Oil According to Market Demand
    • 2020-11-09

    China Will Encourage Domestic Companies to Import Malaysian Premium Palm Oil According to Aarket Demand Ministry of Foreign Affairs News: On October 13, 2020 local time, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who paid an official visit to Malaysia, held talks with Malaysian Foreign Minister Hishammuddin in Kuala Lumpur.    Wang Yi said that China and Malaysia have a profound traditional friendship, and the relationship between the two countries has overcome the impact of the epidemic to maintain a strong momentum of development. China is a reliable partner of Malaysia. It has always supported Malaysia in safeguarding its national sovereignty and its own legitimate rights and interests, supporting Malaysia in following a development path that suits its own national conditions, and supporting Malaysia in playing a more important role on the regional and international stages. The friendship between the people of China and Malaysia is unbreakable, and the political foundation of the relationship between the two countries is unbreakable. China has full confidence in the prospects for the development of bilateral relations. Wang Yi said that China is willing to maintain high-level exchanges and communication with Malaysia and continue to deepen anti-epidemic cooperation. It will actively consider Malaysia’s vaccine needs, join hands with Malaysia to support WHO, and oppose politicizing the epidemic and labeling the virus. Promote the construction of a human health community. The two sides should actively promote cooperation in the post-epidemic period, take the high-quality joint construction of the "Belt and Road" as the guide, and promptly compile the list of key projects for China-Malaysia capacity cooperation and the "Five-Year Plan for Economic and Trade Cooperation", improve mechanism platform construction, and increase cooperation To achieve mutual benefit and win-win results. China will encourage domestic enterprises to import high-quality Malaysian palm oil according to market demand, expand investment in Malaysia, and actively participate in the construction of major projects in Malaysia. In the joint press statement issued by the two parties, it is mentioned that the two sides recognize the significance and importance of commodity trade, especially palm oil trade, and agree to continue to promote the sustainable palm oil industry in compliance with Malaysia's sustainable palm oil certification and China's green food certification standards. Development cooperation. China agrees to encourage companies to expand imports of Malaysian palm oil and other products in accordance with market rules. The two parties agreed to explore the development of trilateral cooperation between Malaysia palm oil and palm oil products.   Malaysian media reported that: Malaysia will strengthen cooperation with China in palm oil. By 2023, China will import 1.7 million tons of palm oil from Malaysia.

  • Soaps & Detergents Manufacturers Reproted Profit Growth Trend
    Soaps & Detergents Manufacturers Reproted Profit Growth Trend
    • 2019-09-18

    From January to April, total profit of soaps and detergents manufacturers above designated size reported a year-on-year growth of 4.33%. According to the statistics of National Bureau of Statistics on China soaps and detergents enterprises above designated size, the profit of soaps and detergents totaled RMB2.30344 billion during January-April, 2019, 4.33% higher than the same period of 2018, continuing the stably rising trend of profit ratio since 2019. The prime operating revenue reported RMB40.38923 billion, with a Y-O-Y drop rate of 2.59%; while the inventory of finished products increased by 15.72%. The cost of prime operation reached RMB31.01098 billion, down by 4.49%; while the loss of unprofitable companies seeing a large drop of 64.09%. The output was 2.94million MT, going down by 4.23% on a yearly base; while powder detergent 1.16million MT, going down by 4.44%. Guangdong, Zhejiang and Sichuan ranked the first three with detergent output of 753.99thousand MT, 320.407thousand MT and 302.282thousand MT.

  • Surfactants in Detergent
    Surfactants in Detergent
    • 2018-12-26

    Surfactants in Detergents A detergent is an effective cleaning product because it contains one or more surfactants. Because of their chemical makeup, the surfactants used in detergents can be engineered to perform well under a variety of conditions. Such surfactants are less sensitive than soap to the hardness minerals in water and most will not form a film. Detergent surfactants were developed in response to a shortage of animal and vegetable fats and oils during World War I and World War II. In addition, a substance that was resistant to hard water was needed to make cleaning more effective. At that time, petroleum was found to be a plentiful source for the manufacture of these surfactants. Today, detergent surfactants are made from a variety of petrochemicals (derived from petroleum) and/or oleochemicals (derived from fats and oils).   Petrochemicals and Oleochemicals Like the fatty acids used in soapmaking, both petroleum and fats and oils contain hydrocarbon chains that are repelled by water but attracted to oil and grease in soils. These hydrocarbon chain sources are used to make the water-hating end of the surfactant molecule. Other Chemicals Chemicals, such as sulfur trioxide, sulfuric acid and ethylene oxide, are used to produce the water-loving end of the surfactant molecule.   Alkalis As in soap making, an alkali is used to make detergent surfactants. Sodium and potassium hydroxide are the most common alkalis.   How Detergent Surfactants Are Made Anionic Surfactants The chemical reacts with hydrocarbons derived from petroleum or fats and oils to produce new acids similar to fatty acids. A second reaction adds an alkali to the new acids to produce one type of anionic surfactant molecule.   Nonionic Surfactants Nonionic surfactant molecules are produced by first converting the hydrocarbon to an alcohol and then reacting the fatty alcohol with ethylene oxide. These nonionic surfactants can be reacted further with sulfur-containing acids to form another type of anionic surfactant. How Soaps and Detergents Work   These types of energy interact and should be in proper balance. Let's look at how they work together. Let's assume we have oily, greasy soil on clothing. Water alone will not remove this soil. One important reason is that oil and grease present in soil repel the water molecules. Now let's add soap or detergent. The surfactant's water-hating end is repelled by water but attracted to the oil in the soil. At the same time, the water-loving end is attracted to the water molecules. These opposing forces loosen the soil and suspend it in the water. Warm or hot water helps dissolve grease and oil in soil. Washing machine agitation or hand rubbing helps pull the soil free.

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