Tristyrylphenol ethoxylates are a group of technical nonionic surfactants that contain no single defined molecule but have a polymeric distribution with an average of 3 styrene and 12-60 ethylene oxide units. Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate are high performing non-ionic emulsifiers that deliver spontaneous emulsification with excellent long-term stability. They are generally combined with anionic emulsifiers such as calcium dodecylbenzene sulfonates and di-alkyl sulfosuccinates in Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC), Emulsion in Water (EW), Micro-Emulsion (ME) and Suspo-Emulsion (SE) emulsified systems. Higher degree ethoxylates can also be used in dispersed systems, particularly SC formulations.
|TRADE NAME||CHEMICAL DESCRIPTION||FORM @ 25°C||CLOUD POINT(1% in Deionized water)||HLB|
|Brikon® TSP-12||Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate, 12EO||Liquid||27°C||12|
|Brikon® TSP-16||Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate, 16EO||Liquid||62°C||13|
|Brikon® TSP-20||Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate, 20EO||Paste||84°C||14|
|Brikon® TSP-25||Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate, 25EO||Solid||---||15|
|Brikon® TSP-40||Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate, 40EO||Solid||＞100°C||16|
|Brikon® TSP-60||Tristyrylphenol Ethoxylate, 60EO||Solid||---||18|