Also known as TEA, Triethanolamine is a widely used amine chemical with many functions. It is used in the manufacturing of many other chemicals - like surfactants, and emulsifiers. It is a common ingredient used in many common consumer, commercial and industrial products.
A few primary uses for TEA are for pH buffering in cosmetics, adding stability to emulsified systems, neutralizing fatty acids, adjusting and solubilizing oils and other ingredients that are not completely soluble in water.
Some common places you might find triethanolamine in products are: Lotions, liquid detergents like laundry and dishwashing liquid soaps, shaving creams, general surface cleaners, polishes, metalworking fluids, paints, and printing inks.
Triethanolamine 99% is also used to neutralize formulations including the ingredient Carbopol 940
Cas #: 102-71-6
pH 10.0 to 11.0
Specific Gravity: 1.12
Melting/Freezing Point: 64.2-70 O
Odor/Appearance: Viscous light yellow liquid with a slight ammonia odor
5 gallon pail 45 pounds +- net weight and ships in our new 5 gallon pail with spout that is resealable and has a convenient back grip for easier pouring.
DRUMS are 510 Pounds NET