T-Mulz® 734-2 is a blended anionic surfactant designed primarily for making emulsifier systems for agricultural and industrial formulations. This product is an excellent emulsifier for a wide range of solvents. It is particularly good as a solvent emulsifier when hard water is the main problem.

Chemical Family: Alkyl Phenol Ethoxylate

Labeling Claims: Animal Products-free, BSE-free, Conflict minerals-free, Food Allergen-free, GMO-free, GenX-free, Heavy Metal-free, Irradiation-free, Melamine-free, No Added PFAS, Non-Hazardous, PFOA-free, PFOS-free, Palm Oil-free, Pesticide-free, Preservative-free

Certifications & Compliance: California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, Coalition of Northeastern Governors (CONEG), Directive 2002/95/EC, EPA Registered, RoHS Compliant

Applicable Processes: Emulsifier Production, Emulsion Polymerization

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Background on Phosphate Esters
  • Phosphate Esters are anionic surface active agents produced by reacting polyphosphoric acid or phosphorous pentoxide with molecules containing hydroxyl groups - commonly ethoxylated moieties or alcohols. Reactions using phosphorous pentoxide result in a mix of mono and di-esters, while products made with polyphosphoric acid are high in mono-ester yield.
  • Which type to use depends upon the properties needed in formulation. Mixed esters products are generally better for emulsification; whereas, mono- ester rich exhibit better hydrotroping properties.

Applications & Uses

Properties

Physical Form
Soluble In
Dispersible in
Mineral oil
Insoluble in
Kerosene
Soluble in
Water, Ethanol, Xylene, Perchloroethylene
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Caustic Solubility (in 18% NaOH at 25°C)17.5--
Acid Values240--
Acid Values120--
Activity99.5%-
Flash Pointmin. 350°FPensky Martens Closed-Cup
Moisture Contentmax. 3%-
pH (at 1% aqueous Solution)2 - 3--
Pour Point50.0°F-
Specific Gravity (at 68°F)1.18--
Compatibility
  • This product should not be mixed with concentrated oxidizing agents or reducing agents, as the mixture of these compounds with organic compounds form a potentially explosive mixture.
  • It can be use as a compatibility agent in some liquid fertilizers and pesticides.
  • Suggested for use in emulsion polymerization.

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Packaging & Availability

Storage & Handling

Storage & Handling Information
  • T-Mulz 734-2 is regarded as non-hazardous but is acidic and should be handled as such.
  • It is considered to possess low acute oral and skin penetration toxicity.
  • It should not be used in products for internal use.