Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES)

Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES)
SLES is a non ionic surfactant that primarily plays a cleaning and foaming role. Its use in shampoo allows it to thoroughly clean hair and scalp, removing oil and dirt.
SLS and SLES are common shampoo and shower gel ingredients that can help clean hair and body. Although they are all surfactants, SLES is gentler than SLS and more easily washed away by water.
Packing
170kg/Plastic drum.
Delivery
Around 7 days
Payment Terms
T/T or L/C at sight
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Product Details

Product Attributes

Model No.70%

Place Of OriginChina

Application FieldCosmetic Raw Materials, Detergent Raw Materials, Hair Care Chemicals, Oral Care Chemicals

Product NameSodium Laureth Ether Sulphate

Other NameSLES,AES

Active Matter Content70%

AppearanceWhite or yellowish viscous paste

MFC12H25O(CH2CH2O)2SO3Na

Packing170kg/plastic drum

EINECS No.920-535-1

CAS No.68585-34-2/9004-82-4

Supply Ability & Additional Information

Packaging170kg/plastic drum

Productivity20000MT

TransportationOcean,Land

Place of OriginCHINA

Supply Ability20000MT

CertificateISO 9001

HS Code34021100

Package Type: 170kg/plastic drum

Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate SLES For Detergent

Description Of Surfactant SLES 70% For Shampoo:

Sodium Laureth Sulfate SLES is a non ionic surfactant that primarily plays a cleaning and foaming role. Its use in shampoo allows it to thoroughly clean hair and scalp, removing oil and dirt.

SLS and SLES are common shampoo and shower gel ingredients that can help clean hair and body. Although they are all surfactants, SLES is gentler than SLS and more easily washed away by water.

Specification Of Detergent Material SLES 70%:

Item

Index

70%

Superior grade product

Qualified product

Appearance(25°C)

White to yellowish paste

Active matter,%

70.0 ±2.0

70.0 ±2.0

Sodium Sulfate,% ≤

1

1.5

Unsulfated matter,% ≤

2

3

PH value(1% a.m.)≥

7

7

Color,Hazen(5% a.m.)≤

10

30

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