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ITEMS MANUFACTURED

Main Products
Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid (LABSA), also known as Soft Acid Slurry.

Specifications (As per IS:8401-1977)LABSA manufacturing Plant

Active Matter
Free Acids
Free Oil
Moisture
: 89 + 1%
: 5 - 6 %
: 1 - 2 %
: 3 - 4 %

By Product
Spent Acid, grade 70-72%

Raw Material
Linear Alkyl Benzene
Concentrated Sulphuric Acid 98%
Oleum 23-24 %

Applications
Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid (LABSA) - Soft Acid Slurry is main Raw Material for Synthetic Detergent industries in the formulation of Washing Powder, Detergent Powder, Detergent Cake, Liquid Soap, Cleaning Powder, Scouring Bar, Oil Soaps etc.

It is used in Anionic specialty formulations.

In other Industries like textile industries it is used as mercerising or washing agent.

It is used for increasing the surface area of distempers.

Spent Acid is used by manufactures of Alum, Ferrous Sulphates, Super Phosphates etc.

 
 

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