ADOGEN 66 (Alkoxylated fatty quaternary)


Alkoxylated fatty quaternary
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ADOGEN® 66 quat is most commonly used as an antistatic agent, effective on cellulosic and synthetic fibers and fabrics. This water soluble, cationic surfactant and highly hydrophilic quaternary ammonium compound is used as a dispersing agent, dye retarder, and general purpose emulsifier. Application rates at levels of 0.05 % – 0.1 % based on fiber or fabric weight give demonstrable reductions in static charges. ADOGEN 66 has very good thermal stability.

Effective 2-in-1. Compatable with anionic sufactants.

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      Alkoxylated fatty quaternary