Supplier's Corner

Dow Fabric & Surface Care Launches New Collection

November 30, -0001

Dow Fabric & Surface Care, part of The Dow Chemical Company, intro duced a new line of biodegradable specialty surfactants at the Soap and Detergent Association’s 83rd Annual Meeting and Industry Convention in Boca Raton, FL.

The new Ecosurf EH Specialty Surfactants are biodegradable, designed to improve cleaning performance and provide greater formulation flexibility while also meeting the industry’s emerging environmental requirements, according to the company. These new surfactants provide benefits for a wide variety of hard surface cleaning applications.

According to Dow Fabric & Surface Care, the ingredients are a new generation of specialty surfactants that are fast wetting, low foaming and have low odor.

A very narrow gel range makes these surfactants an ideal choice for use in concentrated formulations. They also meet the criteria for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Design for the Environment Surfactant Screen.

More info: www.scienceofcare.com
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