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effect of selected commercial detergents used at various temperatures on wool soil removal as evaluated by radioactive tracer methods and dimensional changes by Barbara Lenore Hodam

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cleaning compounds.,
  • Woolen and worsted manufacture.

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Statementby Barbara Lenore Hodam.
The Physical Object
Pagination151 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages151
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14338124M

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Cleaning detergent is a mixture of various synthetic materials, which are used to help clean and made of materials of petroleum derivatives. Ie chemical compounds called alkyl benzene sulfonate (ABS) which is reacted with sodium hydroxide (NaOH). Compared with soaps, detergents have the advantage, among others, have a better cleaning power and is not affected by water hardness. However, the. Abstract Lowering the washing temperature of laundry has environmental benefits, but consumers are reluctant to decrease the temperature in fear of not getting clean textiles. The objective of this study was to test eight leading laundry detergents for low temperature washing at 30°C and at 40°C. The cleaning effect was tested by measuring the reflection values of pre-soiled swatches after Cited by:   The effects of inorganic contaminants on the sterilization process were studied during the s and s , These and other studies show the protection by inorganic contaminants of microorganisms to all sterilization processes results from occlusion in salt crystals ,   However when I injected my sample (laundry detergent containing around 2% SLS, linear alkylbenzene sulfonate, and typical detergent material like sodium carbonate, etc), the .

Part A of this handbook describes the raw materials and potential interactions of detergent products before, during and after use, focusing on the development and mechanisms of action of cleaning components. The text presents the basic physiochemical concepts necessary to formulate new, safer and more effective detergent products/5(4). The global soap and detergent market is expected to reach USD billion by The industrial soaps & detergents are extensively used by the commercial laundries, hotels, restaurants, and healthcare providers. Increasing demand from healthcare and food industries will continue to drive the market. Aerosol and liquid. The book contains the formulae of different types of soaps, detergents (cake,powder and liquid) toiletries, analytical testing method, quality control of finished products, packing criteria of cosmetics and toiletries alongwith project profiles and addresses of raw material, plant and machinery suppliers/5(3). Light duty liquid detergents are used for washing delicate fabrics. Like wool, silk, and synthetics. Light duty liquid detergents evolved from washing up liquid detergent formulations that are made by use of more expensive raw materials. Light duty liquid detergents have a very similar formula as washing up liquid detergent when intended for a.

  The current study investigated the effect of tested commercial detergent on alkaline protease activity of selected fungi species, and results are presented in Table 3. In C medium, the maximum enzyme activity was produced by P. cyclopium ( IU/mL) followed by P. chrysogenum ( IU/mL), T. harzianum ( IU/mL), A. niger ( IU/mL), and.   One of these detergents is that Wool Detergent Many use it only for high-temperature laundry. Wool detergent can do a lot It can do that Wool Detergent be taken from 30 to 95 degrees, but not for wool and silk. Thus, coloreds can be washed with it, but by the composition here, the color can be washed out quickly. In spite of asclepain retaining high activity after 1 hr in buffer (pH ) at 37ºC, its residual proteolytic activity was poor when incubated with different commercial detergent solutions at that temperature. Only two commercial detergents (Woolite and Ariel) allowed expressing between 20 and 40% of its proteolytic activity in buffer solution. L. Rhein, in Handbook for Cleaning/Decontamination of Surfaces, Cationics. Cationic surfactants are positively charged, and therefore are not effective as detergents in cleansing systems. Reich [6] describes that the reason for this is that the skin and hair surface is negatively charged at “use” a result, the cationics bind too strongly especially to the hair fiber and.