Calfoam® ES-701 10 MAX and Calfoam® ES-702 10 MAX are a sodium salt of lauryl alcohol ethoxy sulfate with a 1,4-Dioxane specification below 10 ppm. It is a viscous, fluid liquid produced by the continuous sulfation of a natural fatty alcohol ethoxylate. High active ether sulfates offer economical storage of sodium laureth sulfate for dilution to the use level in finished products. Pilot Chemical uses a state-of-the-art continuous sulfation technology to produce Calfoam® ES-701 10 MAX and Calfoam® ES-702 10 MAX, yielding a very high purity, low 1,4-Dioxane, low salt, and low color. Calfoam® ES-701 10 MAX and Calfoam® ES-702 10 MAX have a 1,4-Dioxane specification below 10 ppm to enable formulations to meet the New York state end use product regulations. Our Calfoam® 10 MAX products offer excellent flash foaming, foam stability, air entrainment, detergency, and skin-friendly mildness.
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