CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material

Detergent Raw Material

CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material
CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material
CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material
CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material
CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material
CAS: 10543-57-4 Tetra Acetyl Ethylene Diamine - Chemical TAED - Detergent Raw Material

Physical and Chemical data:

Melting Point

Bulk density 

Density

149~154℃

0.5~ 0.8 g/cm3

0.9 g/cm3

 

Other Related indexes:

EINECS 

RTECS

PubChem

H.S.Code

234-123-8

LQ4900000

17852230

29241990

 

 

Description

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MSDS-TAED.pdf

MTDS-TAED.pdf

 

Appearance: white or color full free flowing granular.

 

Physical and Chemical data:

Melting Point

Bulk density 

Density

149~154℃

0.5~ 0.8 g/cm3

0.9 g/cm3

 

Other Related indexes:

EINECS 

RTECS

PubChem

H.S.Code

234-123-8

LQ4900000

17852230

29241990

 

Solubility: Slightly soluble in water

 

Main application:

T.A.E.D. is a low temperature oxygen bleaching activator, widely used in:

- Detergent industry

- Textile and dyeing industry

 

Function in detergent industry:

Bleaching agent is an important ingredient in detergent system with its properties of whitening, brightening, cleaning and sterilizing effect. In various detergent products, there are mainly 2 types of bleaching agent:

1), Oxygen series;

2), Chloride series.

Comparing chloride series bleach agent, oxygen series’ advantages are:

- Non toxic;

- No chloride odor;

- Suitable to all the fiber and colorful fiber;

- Better compatibility with various surfactants and enzymes.

So oxygen series bleaching agent is more popular in fast-consuming detergents. But there is also one disadvantage for oxygen series bleaching agent.

The 2 main oxygen series bleaching agent are:

- Sodium Percarbonate (SPC);

- Sodium Perborate (SPB).

When sodium perborate is used in detergent system, it’s bleaching effect can only be mostly released when the water temperature reaches 60℃, while this high temperature is not only energy consuming but also can harm some fabrics. To solve this problem, there are 2 solutions:

1), Using Sodium percarbonate (SPC) to replace sodium perborate (SPB),

2), Adding T.A.E.D, to activate Sodium perborate under the water temperature 30~60 ℃.

 

Important notice:

1), Sodium Percarbonate (SPC) is also LUKEM’s regular and strong item;

 

2), We normally list 1 year as the shelf life in our COA, the real shelf life can be a little bit longer than 1 years if it’s stocked in good condition (bags are sealed enough, away from direct sun-light, moisture and other incompatible chemical materials). But it’s still suggested to avoid long-time storage.

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