The following is the basic technical data for the first domestically manufactured Ethanolamine, which is produced by GREENSOFT CHEM.
Ethanolamine, a form of the nitrogenous compound Amine, is generally used as an intermediary element for fine chemical products. They can be categorized into Mono, Di, Tri Ethanolamines depending on their nature and our company produces and distributes MEA, DEA and TEA.
In particular, the Mono, diethanolamine fatty amides or soaps are used as general detergents, and Triethanolamine fatty detergents are used for fiber treatment.
In addition, Etanolamine is used for a wide range of applications such as various detergents, fiber treatments, lubricants, cement additives, etc., as well as for basic raw materials and additives for various surfactants, for its excellent absorption capacity, solubility in water and alcohol, etc., and ability to produce Ester amides and salts as a reaction to acids. Domestic demand for Ethanolamine continues to rise as a result of developments in new relative surfactants, continued economic advancements, and creation of new application areas.
We hope the basic physical properties of Ethanolamine as listed below can be of assistance to our customers.