Seatons
Seatons

Water soluble derivatives

Neutralisation with sodium or potassium hydroxide produces a salt (soap) with increased water dispersibility. These derivatives find use in:

  • Concrete water proofers
  • Water based printing inks
  • Oil based muds

Reaction with ammonia or morpholine produces a water soluble/dispersible product, which on drying leaves a water resistant film, excellent for:

  • Water-based rust preventives

Reaction of oxidised hydrocarbon waxes with alkanolamines produces soaps having excellent properties for the formulation of emulsifiable concentrates for:

  • Drawing compounds
  • Concrete mould release agents
  • Pressing lubricants

Oil soluble derivatives
Details of oil soluble derivatives that can be produced from oxidised hydrocarbon waxes

Esterified derivatives
Details of esterified derivatives that can be produced from oxidised hydrocarbon waxes

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