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Croda Launches New Dish Care Ingredient

September 16, 2013

A bio-based defoamer and rinse aid additive.

Croda recently debuted the latest product in its range of NatraSense 100% bio-based surfactants into the European market. NatraSense LF8 provides a high performance alternative to the traditional petrochemical surfactants used as defoamers and rinse aid additives, said the company.  
 
Extensive application based testing has shown that NatraSense LF8 can reduce foam levels of both surfactants and formulations. Independent auto dishwash testing has been carried out by Eurofins and confirms that NatraSense LF8 gives excellent rinsing performance; reducing residues and streaking on dishware, has low film build up and allows glossy dishware to retain shine.
 
With NatraSense LF8, formulators are now free to create high performance green cleaners from renewable ingredients for applications that demand low foaming products.
 
More info: www.croda.com/homecare
 
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