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  • Detergent is a compound, or a mixture of compounds, intended to assist cleaning. The term is often used to differentiate between soap and other chemical surfactants used for cleaning purposes.
  • Biodetergents help keep cooling systems clean or help clean up fouled systems by dispersing the extracellular material created by bacteria, algae, and fungus.
  • Agglomeration processes provide an efficient and economical means for producing granular detergents that have uniform particle size and composition. This uniformity insures that the same chemical composition is present in every use of the detergent product.
  • PQ liquid sodium silicates are convenient, economical binders for agglomerating the dry ingredients of a detergent, plus they contribute to the cleaning activity. In the agglomeration process the liquid silicate is introduced as fine, uniformly dispersed droplets so that they come into contact with the continuously moving dry ingredients.
  • The manufacture of spray-dried detergent has 3 main processing steps: (1) slurry preparation, (2)spray drying, and (3) granule handling. The 3 major components of detergent are surfactants (to remove dirt and other unwanted materials), builders, and additives to improve cleaning performance. Additives may include bleaches, bleach activators, antistatic agents, fabric softeners, optical brighteners, antiredeposition agents, and fillers...
  • The detergent powders can be used even in salty and dirty waters. Our detergent powder has fast cleaning action. They are used for washing clothes and remove the difficult stains.
  • Synthetic detergent powder manufacturing requires to ensure a uniform beady non-dusting free flowing & non caking products with good foaming and spread. It also needs to be of an attractive colour, usually blue and white.
  • Enzymes have long been used in liquid and powder detergents as well as stain removers, pre-spotters, automatic dishwashing detergents and industrial and institutional (I & I) cleaning products.
  • Sodium and potassium hydroxide are used in detergents even as they are used in soapmaking. They provide positively charged ions to promote chemical reactions.
  • Detergents and soaps are used for cleaning because pure water can't remove oily, organic soiling. Soap cleans by acting as an emulsifier. Detergents are primarily surfactants, which could be produced easily from petrochemicals.
  • The liquid detergent products in India are mostly of the dish washing type. Basically,
    they consist of a solution of sodium alkyl benzene sulphonate in water, using urea assolubilising agent.
  • In terms of value, the Rs.4,000 crore detergents market is among the largest FMCG categories in India, next only to edible oils and biscuits.
  • The Indian market for detergents is among the largest in the world.
  • Per capita consumption of detergent on all India basis is around 2.5 to 3 Kg, which could vary between different regions depending upon the prevailing economic and social
  • The recent trend in India is to use a mixed active system in detergent powders for better
    performance at a lower cost.
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Detergent Ingredients
  • Dishwashing Facts


  • Binding Properties of Detergent
  • Detergent Properties of
    Ether Sulfonates
  • Detergent Properties of  Choline Phosphatides
  • Properties of Detergents
  • Purification and Properties of
  • Actions of  Detergent

Manufacturing Process

  • Detergent Agglomeration
  • Densification of Detergents
  • Detergent Manufacture
  • Dry Neutralization of Detergents
  • How Detergents Made
  • Detergent Manufacturing Process
  • Niro's Conventional Detergent Powder Process
  • Powder Detergents Process
  • Production of Detergents


  • Detergent Process Technology
  • Improved Technology for Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • LC-MS Technique for   Oligomeric Biodetergent
  • Cleaning with Supercritical
    Carbon Dioxide
  • Detergent Proteases
  • Biotechnology
  • White Biotechnology-Detergent Enzymes
  • Laundry Detergent Technology
  • Bioscience Technology
  • Tri-Vortex Charger Technology

United States Patent

  • Detergent Components
  • Powder Detergent Process
  • Alkaline Protease From Shipworm Bacterium
  • Low Anionic Surfactant Detergent Compositions
  • Methods for Control of Plant Pathogens
  • Method for Refolding Misfolded Enzymes with Detergent


  • JurbySoft 95
  • Tergajet
  • Dry Clean Detergents
  • SDR HyperD
  • HFX
  • Detergent 8
  • Bio-Sok
  • Medidet
  • CX3 Bio-Assist
  • Detergent Products
  • Ultra Citra-Dish
  • Bioproducts


  • Technical Benefits of  Granulation
    for Powdered Detergents
  • Using and Washing Cloth Diapers
  • Biodetergents for Cooling
  • Applications of Cleaning/ Detergents

Project and Plant

  • Gel Granulation Technique Improves Production Process of Detergents
  • Bio-Based Products
  • Development of Biological Preparation with Surfactant Activity
  • Limiting the Use of Detergent
  • Procter & Gamble Detergent Plant Project
  • Detergent Removes Organic Stain
  • Detergent Plant Expansion in Singapore
  • Detergent Factory
  • Liquid Detergent Plant
  • Shell Chemicals


  • Gerard P. Andrews
  • Expert Consulting Services
  • Jacqueline Greff
  • Jim Mclver
  • Meyer R. Rosen
  • Veronique Blick


Equipment Suppliers
  • Powder Detergent Production Equipment
  • Cleaning Equipment
  • Sigma Mixers
  • Superpack
  • Spray Dryer Supplier
  • Detergent Making Machinery Suppliers
  • Roller Mills Suppliers
  • Equipment Supplier for Soap and Detergent
  • Triple Roll Mills Suppliers in India

Safety and Guidelines

  • Guide to Properties
    and Uses of Detergents
    in Biological Systems
  • Laundry Detergent
  • L-f-D Powder Detergent
  • Granular Laundry Detergent
  • Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Raw Material Selection in Detergent Manufacture

Standard, Policy and Regulation

  • PC-Based Detergent Production Control
  • Detergent Regulation-FAQ
  • New European
    Detergent Regulation
  • Detergent Ecotaxes
  • Detergent Phosphates
  • Factors in Dispersant Use Decision-Making Process
  • AATCC Standard Reference Detergent
    and Laundry Detergents


  • High Efficiency Washers and Detergents
  • Bio-Liquid Mixtures for Detergent Applications
  • Contamination of Hand Wash Detergent
  • Dishwasher Detergent
  • Japanese Market Report
  • Low Density Detergent
  • Report for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products


  • Biodegradability of Detergent Powder Surfactants in
    River Water Die
  • Development of Detergent Industry
  • Creating Value For and From Environment
  • Procter & Gamble Expands its Laundry Detergents Portfolio
  • Buyers at Detergent Makers Leverage Natural Ingredients to Reduce Costs
  • Global Surfactant Market
  • Detergent Market Trend
  • Detergent Powder and Cake Demand in India

Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers

  • Bio-Detergent Sellers
  • Cosmetics and Detergents Manufacturers
  • Detergent Exporters
  • Detergent Manufacturers in India
  • Detergent Powder Exporters and Manufacturers in India
  • Detergent Chemicals Suppliers
  • Detergent Powder Plant Manufacturers & Suppliers in India
  • Detergent Sellers


  • Detergents Buyers in India
  • Foreign Importers of Detergent
  • Bio-Detergent Buyers
  • Bio-Detergent Importers
  • Buying Leads of Detergents
  • Washing Powder Buyers

Company Profiles

  • Eicam Industries
  • Advance Mfg. Co., Ltd
  • Henkel
  • The National Detergent Company SAOG
  • Teepol
  • GCC
  • Pure Plus Cosmetics
  • Stepan Company

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