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Types of Surfactants – Cationic Surfactants

19th February 2018

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Surfactants, which is short for surface active agents are widely used in the detergent, automotive and textile industries.

Cationic surfactants are one of the most popular forms of surfactants that Airedale Chemical manufacture and supply. They are commonly used within soaps and detergents to create a positively charged iron when reacting to contact with water.

Cationic surfactants are used in detergents as their properties mean that they can make substances such as oils, fats and greases soluble in water, allowing for more effective cleaning solutions.

Despite the wide range of surfactants supplied by Airedale Chemical, including anionic and non-ionic, the main cationic surfactant manufactured is the Airsurf BAC 50.

Airsurf BAC 50

Manufactured at Airedale Chemicals headquarters, the Airsurf Bac 50 has been specially formulated to meet a number of different demands which can be mixed together with both non-ionic and/or amphoteric surfactants.

The Airsurf BAC 50 is used in an array of industries including:

For more information on Airsurf BAC 50 download our MSDS or get in touch with an expert today.

By using Airedale manufactured surfactants you can create a bespoke solution for your business, the diversity provided by using mixtures of different types of surfactants including cationic, non-ionic and ionic means you will get the ideal solution for your requirements.



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