T-Soft® HS is a cocamidopropyl hydroxysultaine, and belongs to the class of amphoteric surfactants. It is used in a variety of applications, including formulation of drilling foam bases, foam flooding and gas well unloading. It has a low pour point and high flash point, making it an excellent surfactant choice across a broad range of uses. Brine tolerance for this product is excellent.

Functions: Surfactant, Surfactant (Amphoteric)

Chemical Family: Hydroxysultaine

End Uses: Oil & Gas Applications

Applicable Processes: Drilling Foam Bases Formulation, Foam Flooding, Gas Well Unloading, Oilfield Applications

Features: Good Foaming, High Flash Point, Low Pour Point

Synonyms: 1-Propanaminium, N-(3-aminopropyl)-2-hydroxy-N,N-dimethyl-3-sulfo-, N-coco acyl derivs., inner salts

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Identification & Functionality

Chemical Family
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Features & Benefits

Applications & Uses

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Industrial Additives End Use

Properties

Appearance
Clear liquid
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Solids(Moisture Balance)48 - 52%-
Colormax. 5Gardner-
pH (10% aqueous)7.0 - 9.0--
Sodium Chloride6.0 - 7.0%-

Technical Details & Test Data

T-Soft® HS v/s Industry Competitive

Hydroxysultaines are compatible with a wide variety of surfactant products, including betaines, amidopropylbetaines, alkyl ether sulfates, alkyl hydroxysultaines, alpha olefin sulfonates, short alkyl chain nonionics, alkyl polyglucosides and high mole crystalline nonionics. T-Soft HS may be easily blended with other foam producing surfactants and T-Det® N-100 to manufacture suitable soap sticks.

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Storage & Handling

Storage Conditions

T-Soft® HS should be stored in sealed containers in a dry place out of direct sunlight. Product can be gently heated and stirred before use if hazy. Avoid prolonged exposure to heating as this could lead to product degradation.