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We Create Chemistry, that Makes Household Tasks, Love Leisure Time. The ketchup stain on that white shirt grass stains. on that colorful summer dress or orange juice on that. new pullover these little mishaps of day to day life. are no longer a problem for consumers They trust the. performance of their laundry detergent , This is why they expect products that clean efficiently . protect their colored and white clothing are safe. and convenient to use and contribute to sustainable. development for example by performing well at low. temperatures At the same time laundry detergents, should look appealing smell nice and make their. laundry soft and fluffy , Our expertise in high performance chemicals and our. customers know how in consumer products fulfill these. needs Together we offer convenient solutions that save. consumers time effort and resources When perfectly. clean laundry and leisure time are no longer a contradic . tion it s because at BASF we create chemistry , 2.
Contents, Taking Care of the Textiles 4, Keep White Clothes Bright 6. Care for Colored Textiles 12, Convincing Product Esthetics 22. Product Esthetics for Liquid Detergents 24, Fabric Softeners 38. Enhancing Convenience , saving Time and Resources 54. Low Temperature Washing 56, Concentrated Liquid Detergents 66.
Enabling Choices for Laundry 70, 3, 4, Taking Care of the Textiles. Shopping bags full of new clothing great joy In order to preserve. the joy of new clothes the textiles must be efficiently cleaned when. washed and be protected at the same time Whites should remain. white and bright for a long time colors should remain strongly. colored without fading , BASF therefore offers its customers various choices in order to meet. these market and consumer needs The product range of optical. brighteners leaves white clothing looking brilliant and brighter for. longer dye transfer inhibitors prevent bleeding dyes from staining. other garments As a combination they ensure that whites remain. white for longer and colors keep their color , Enabling Choices for protecting white and colored textiles . 5, Keep White Clothes Bright, 6, Brilliant White. Whitening claims such as makes fabrics white and bright restores intense. whiteness or gets clothes whiter than white and keeps colors vibrant . continue to proliferate in the laundry market and appear repetitively across all. product categories including the new innovative formats such as liquid tabs. and super concentrated liquid detergents , White fabrics contain Fluorescent Whitening Agents FWA These compounds.
are organic molecules that absorb UV radiation and re emit visible blue light . They are included in the manufacture of white fabrics in order to compensate. for the yellowish appearance of natural fibers , Under the trade name Tinopal BASF offers fluorescent whitening agents for. formulation into detergents in order to maintain the whiteness of the original. Keep White Clothes Bright, fabric even after several washes . They compensate for the loss of whiteness Durability. caused by , The original FWA being washed off, Light induced FWA fading. Another means of decomposition Tinopal fluorescent. whitening agents, Enhance the durability, of white textiles . Registered trademark of BASF, 7, Whiteness Maintenance.
by FWA in Detergents, Whiteness Ganz , 220, Detergent with FWA. 200, 180, 160, Detergent without FWA, 140, 120. 100, 0 5 10 15 20 25 30, Wash cycles, Key factors for whiteness performance . Solubility, Exhaustion rate, Homogeneous exhaustion leveling. hemical stability, C, Storage stability in a detergent formulation oxidative bleach .
Chemical stability in wash liquor chlorine bleach . ight stability, L, Lightfastness during exposure to daylight e g line drying . 8, Tinopal Types, Product overview, Product Chemistry Physical Active Stability Recommended Recommended. form content to bleach wash use level, temperature. Tinopal Distyryl Free flowing Approx Stable 15 95 C 0 05 0 40 . CBS X biphenyl granule 90 , derivative, Tinopal Distyryl Flowable Approx Stable 15 95 C 0 15 1 20 . CBS SP biphenyl suspension 30 , Slurry 33 derivative.
Keep White Clothes Bright, Tinopal Distyryl Clear Approx Stable 15 95 C 0 50 3 50 . CBS CL biphenyl solution 10 , derivative, Tinopal Dianiline Free flowing Approx Moderate 25 95 C 0 10 1 50 . DMA X DASCC granule 86 , Conc derivative, Tinopal Dianiline Free flowing Approx Moderate 25 95 C 0 15 1 60 . DMA X DASCC granule 67 , derivative, 9, Tinopal CBS X . The Best Choice for Modern, Detergent Formulations.
Tinopal CBS X is easy to formulate into many detergent types because. of its high solubility It is also stable in wash liquor containing chlorine . It has a high affinity for cellulose fibers and is effective at low temperatures . even with short wash cycles , The introduction of Tinopal CBS X contributes to cleaning perception as. it reduces the yellowing of clothes , The product generates no staining pre spot and in addition improves the. whiteness of powder detergents , 10, Applications Recommended dosages. Powder detergents 0 05 0 25 , Liquid detergents 0 05 0 10 . Softeners 0 02 0 05 , Distyrylbiphenyl DSBP Type SO3Na.
Keep White Clothes Bright, SO3Na, 11, Care for Colored Textiles. 12, Keeping Colors Vibrant, Because textiles vary greatly in their requirements different categories of. products have been developed This allows the consumer to apply the care. a particular fabric needs Specially adapted formulations are available for all. purposes heavy duty detergents used as all rounders for any temperature. range detergents for sportswear and functional textiles or light duty deter . gents used as mild detergents for wool and silk , Modern life would be unimaginable without color detergents Frequent wear. and washing cause textile colors to lose their initial brilliance and fade Color. detergents ensure that clothes look new for longer and help to keep their. colors vibrant , Under the trade name Sokalan BASF supplies special polymers that . Care for Colored Textiles, Prevent bleeding dyes from staining other garments.
ontribute significantly to the development, C Durability. of high performance color detergents, This creates even more convenience. for consumers as they do not need to, carefully sort textiles by color before. Sokalan polymers for, doing their washing dye transfer inhibition. Enhance the durability, of colored textiles , 13.
Mode of Action of, Dye Transfer Inhibition, Released Complexed Dye polymer complex. dye molecules dye molecules does not redeposit, Dyed White. fabric fabric, Sokalan HP, polymer molecules, 14. Maintaining Colors and, Whiteness, Sokalan HP 56 types and Sokalan HP 66 K for outstanding dye. transfer inhibition, okalan HP types and Tinopal types the perfect combination for.
S, brilliant colors and whiteness, Compared with conventional polyvinylpyrrolidone polymers PVP products. such as Sokalan HP 56 K Sokalan HP 56 Granules and Sokalan HP 66 K. vinylpyrrolidone vinylimidazole copolymers stand out as a result of their. excellent cost benefit ratio and convenient incorporation into detergent. formulations , Care for Colored Textiles, 15, , . 2 We Create Chemistry that Makes Household Tasks Love Leisure Time The ketchup stain on that white shirt grass stains on that colorful summer dress or orange juice on that

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