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Dish Wash Raw Material

Dish wash raw materials refer to the components used in the formulation of dishwashing liquid or detergent. These raw materials are carefully selected and combined to create a product that effectively removes grease, food residues, and stains from dishes, utensils, and cookware. Common dish wash raw materials include
  1. Surfacants
  2. Builders
  3. Preservatives
  4. Concentrated
  5. Gels

Dish Wash Raw Material

Dish Wash Raw Material
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Product Details:

GSM120
ColorGreen
PatternPlain
Packaging TypeDrum
ThicknessHigh Class

The raw materials used in the production of dishwashing liquid can vary depending on the specific formulation and brand. However, some common raw materials typically found in dishwashing liquid formulations include:

Surfactants: Surfactants are the primary cleaning agents in dishwashing liquids. They help to break down grease and oil, allowing them to be easily washed away. Examples of surfactants commonly used in dishwashing liquids include sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), and linear alkylbenzene sulfonates (LAS).

Builders: Builders are ingredients that help to enhance the cleaning efficiency of dishwashing liquids by softening water and preventing the redeposition of soil onto dishes. Common builders used in dishwashing liquids include sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP), sodium carbonate, and sodium citrate.

Chelating Agents: Chelating agents are used to bind to metal ions in hard water, preventing them from interfering with the cleaning process and causing water spots or film on dishes. Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) and citric acid are examples of chelating agents used in dishwashing liquids.

Thickeners: Thickeners are added to dishwashing liquids to give them a more viscous consistency, allowing them to cling to surfaces and improve their performance. Common thickeners used in dishwashing liquids include xanthan gum, guar gum, and carrageenan.

Fragrances: Fragrances are added to dishwashing liquids to impart a pleasant scent and mask any unpleasant odors. A wide range of fragrances can be used, including floral, citrus, and herbal scents.

Preservatives: Preservatives are added to dishwashing liquids to prevent microbial growth and prolong their shelf life. Common preservatives used in dishwashing liquids include methylisothiazolinone (MIT), benzisothiazolinone (BIT), and sodium benzoate.

Colorants: Colorants are added to dishwashing liquids to give them a desired color or appearance. They are often used for branding purposes or to distinguish between different product variants.

Solvents: Solvents may be added to dishwashing liquids to dissolve certain ingredients or improve their cleaning performance. Common solvents used in dishwashing liquids include ethanol, glycol ethers, and propylene glycol.

It's important to note that the specific formulation of dishwashing liquid can vary between brands and products, and some formulations may contain additional ingredients not listed here. Additionally, manufacturers may adjust formulations based on factors such as regulatory requirements, market preferences, and cost considerations.

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