Neonols

Neonol - ethoxylated nonylphenol, technical isomer mixture of ethoxylated alkyl phenols derived from propylene trimer of the following composition: C9H19C6H4O(C2H4O)nH

Ethoxylated mono alkyl phenols derived from propylene trimer are highly non-ionic surfactants (SAS).

Used for waterflood oil recovery for intensification of oil production, drilling wells in the textile, pulp and paper industry, wood industry, consisting of lubricating, hydraulic and other process fluids in the steel industry in an active basis for detergents for industrial use, raw materials for the synthesis of certain types of textile-auxiliary products, component car shampoo and winter windshield fluid.

Design specification: TU 2483-077-05766801-98

Neonols successfully exported our company outside of Russia. Geography of deliveries of neonols is extensive.

Catalog neonols

  • Neonol AF 9-4

    Oxyethylated monoalkyl phenol (neonol AF 9-4) derived from propylene trimers is a high-effective non-ionogenic surfactant. It is used for watering of oil-bearing strata for stimulation of oil production, for well drilling, in textile, pulp and paper, woodworking industries, as a component of lubricating and cooling, hydraulic, and other process fluids, in ferrous metallurgy, as an active base for technical detergents, stock material for synthesis of some active bases for textile and auxiliary products, and in some other branches of industry.

  • Neonol AF 9-6

    Oxyethylated monoalkyl phenol (neonol AF 9-6) derived from propylene trimers is a highly effective nonionic surfactant. It is used for waterflooding of oil fields for augmentation of oil production, for drilling of wells, in textile, pulp and paper, woodworking industries, as a component in lubricating cooling, hydraulic and other process liquids, in ferrous metallurgy, as an active base for technical detergents, feedstock for synthesis of some types of active bases for textile- auxiliary products, and in some other branches of industry.

  • Neonol AF 9-8

    Oxyethylated monoalkyl phenol (neonol AF 9-8) derived from propylene trimers is a highly effective nonionic surfactant. It is used for waterflooding of oil fields for augmentation of oil production, for drilling of wells, in textile, pulp and paper, woodworking industries, as a component in lubricating cooling, hydraulic and other process liquids, in ferrous metallurgy, as an active base for technical detergents, feedstock for synthesis of some types of active bases for textile- auxiliary products, and in some other branches of industry.

  • Neonol AF 9-9

    Oxyethylated monoalkyl phenol (neonol AF 9-9) derived from propylene trimers is a high-effective non-ionogenic surfactant. It is used for watering of oil-bearing strata for stimulation of oil production, for well drilling, in textile, pulp and paper, woodworking industries, as a component of lubricating and cooling, hydraulic, and other process fluids, in ferrous metallurgy, as an active base for technical detergents, stock material for synthesis of some active bases for textile and auxiliary products, and in some other branches of industry.

  • Neonol AF 9-10

    Neonol AF 9-10, a nonylphenol ethoxylate derived from propylene trimer, is a highly effective nonionic surfactant (SAS). It is used for augmentation of oil production. It can also be used in textile, pulp and paper industry, agriculture, production of herbicides, plants protection and growth control agents, as a component in lubricating cooling, hydraulic and other process liquids, in ferrous metallurgy, as technical surfactants and feedstock for synthesis of textile-auxiliary products.

  • Neonol AF 9-12

    Neonol AF 9-12, a nonylphenol ethoxylate derived from propylene trimer, is a highly effective nonionic surfactant (SAS). It is used for augmentation of oil production. It can also be used in textile, pulp and paper industry, agriculture, production of herbicides, plants protection and growth control agents, as a component in lubricating cooling, hydraulic and other process liquids, in ferrous metallurgy, as technical surfactants and feedstock for synthesis of textile-auxiliary products.