Ethanol Amines include Monoethanolamides (MEAs), Diethanolamine (DEAs), and Triethanolamine (TEAs), which have many uses. ethanolamine’s have different applications such as gas sweetening process, detergent, and lubricant, use in the formulation of special cleaners and detergents, in the formation of amine salts, and pH control. Also, in more cases such as concrete mixes, foam catalysts Flexible Urethane, pharmaceuticals, self-care products, agrochemicals, photographic emulsions, and various other applications.
Packing Type:
220-Liter Barrel

Ethylene Glycol
Ethylene Glycol Grades: MEG-DEG-TEG
Ethylene glycol is colorless, generally odorless, has low volatility, low viscosity, and is a water adsorbent in the molecular lattice. Ethylene glycol is highly toxic. It is miscible but has low solubility in non-polar materials such as toluene. Ethylene glycol is made from ethylene and ethylene oxide.
The hydroxyl groups in glycols give the glycols the general chemical properties of common alcohols. The hydroxyl group causes many compounds. Hydroxyl-containing substances can be aldehydes, alkyl halides, amines, azides, carboxylic acids, ethers, mercaptans, nitrate esters, nitriles, nitrite esters, organic esters, peroxides, phosphate esters, and sulfate esters.
Types of ethylene glycols
1-Monoethylene Glycol (MEG)
2-Diethylene Glycol (DEG)
3-Triethylene Glycol (TEG)
• Packing And Storage
Ethylene glycol is usually stored in steel equipment. Tanks coated with phenolic and epoxy-phenolic coatings, such as fiberglass-reinforced plastic tanks and stainless-steel tanks, can also be used to store the material.
Linear Alkyl Benzene (LAB)
Linear Alkyl Benzene is a major surfactant intermediate used in detergents. Linear Alkyl Benzene is derived from petroleum. LAB’s primary usage is in the manufacturing of Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulfonates.
LABSA, is the world’s largest-volume synthetic surfactant, which includes the various salts of sulfonated alkylbenzenes, is widely used in household detergents as well as in other numerous industrial applications.
Its production has increased significantly from about 1 million tons in 1980, to around 3.5 million tons in 2016, making them most produced anionic surfactant after soaps.