T-Det® N 100F is an anhydrous, non-ionic surfactant that is soluble in certain solvents and insoluble in others. It is produced by the reaction of nonylphenol with 85 moles of ethylene oxide. This non-ionic surface-active agent is compatible with anionic and cationic surfactants and is stable in the presence of acids, bases, and salts.

Functions: Surfactant, Surfactant (Nonionic)

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Identification & Functionality

Cleaning Ingredients Functions

Properties

Appearance
Off white, waxy flake
Odor
Mild, aromatic
Soluble in
Water, Ethanol, Ethylene dichloride
Insoluble in
Mineral oil, Ethylene glycol, Kerosene, Xylene, Corn oil, Stoddard solvent, Butyl cellosolve
Compatible with
Cationic surfactants, Anionic surfactants
Stable in
Salts, Acidic media, Alkaline media
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Active Ingredientsmin. 99.5%-
Cloud Point (at 212°F, 1% Aqueous)Clear--
pH (1% Aqueous)5 - 8--
Flash Pointmin. 500°FOpen Cup
Pour Point127.0°F-
Specific Gravity (at 135°F)1.08--
Weight (at 25°C)8.9lbs/gal-

Regulatory & Compliance

Storage & Handling

Storage, Stability and Handling Information

It should not be mixed with concentrated oxidizing or reducing agents.