Calblend SF

BelassiBelassi Member, PCF student
Has anyone tried Calblend SF from Pilot Chemical? It is a sulphate-free blend based on sodium olefin sulfonate. Thickens with electrolytes.
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  • johnbjohnb Member, Professional Chemist
    May be sulfate free but it is not sulfonate free. Is there a arguably important difference between the two, other than marketing departments?

  • MicroformulationMicroformulation Member, Professional Chemist
    I have tried the Calblend SF as well as their Calblend ECO. It worked fine. I think it wasn't used that often again since if I recall it took so much trouble and so much time to get the sample in the first place. They also make several other similar surfactants such as their AOS 40.

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  • BelassiBelassi Member, PCF student
    I recall it took so much trouble and so much time to get the sample in the first place
    Uh huh. Thanks for that. I'll see what happens when I try to get some.
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