Surfactants

STEPAN® 108

 

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Overview

STEPAN 108 is a triglyceride-based ester which is thermally stable and functions as a lubricant for fiber production/processing, as an alternative solvent and a mold release agent.

Application

Adjuvants, Concentrated Emulsions (EW), Emulsifiable Concentrates (EC), Fumigants, Microemulsions (ME), Oil Dispersants (OD), Ready-To-Use (RTU), Solvents, Suspoemulsions (SE)

Chemical Description

CAPRIC/CAPRYLIC TRIGLYCERIDE

Chemical Groups

Esters, Glycerol Esters

Markets

Agricultural Products

Properties

% Active:100
Boiling Point, ºC:375
Cloud Point, °C:12
Density, g/ml:0.95
Flash Point, PMCC, °C:>260
Form @ 25°C:Liquid
Freeze Point, °C:-5
Hydroxyl Value:15
Interfacial Tension:28.07
Pour Point, °C:-21
Specific Gravity @ 25°C:0.95
Surface Tension, mN/m:0.9
Thermal Stability, °C:30
Viscosity, cps @ 25°C:23
RVOC, U.S. EPA %:0

Regions of Availability

North America: Canada, USA
Latin America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Caribbean, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
EMEA: Africa, Europe, Middle East