Lubricant additives

  • Tall oil asphalt

    Tall oil asphalt

    Tall oil asphalt (environmentally friendly tall oil) is made of crude tall oil as the main raw material, which is prepared by dewatering, distillation and deodorization. It has a dark brown appearance, a viscous appearance, and no stinging smell when heated to 80°C. As a recycled rubber compounding agent, its advantage is that the pollution is very small, and the recycled rubber made is smooth, soft and odorless. This product is one of the raw materials for the production of environmentally friendly reclaimed rubber.

  • Tall Oil Fatty Acid (TOFA)

    Tall Oil Fatty Acid (TOFA)

    The main components of tall oil fatty acids are fatty acids, linoleic acid, and resinic acid.

    Main ingredients: Oleic acid, linoleic acid
    Content: ≥90%

    CAS No.: 61790-12-3

    Molecular formula: C18H34O2
    Relative molecular weight: 282.52

    It is mainly used for diesel anti-wear agent, alkyd resin, phenolic resin, epoxy resin polyamide curing agent, synthetic lipid emulsifier, lubricating oil, metalworking fluid, dimer acid, soap, paint and coating, ink, mineral processing flotation agent, etc.

  • Oil soluble corrosion inhibitor N-OLEOYLSARCOSINE CAS 110-25-8

    Oil soluble corrosion inhibitor N-OLEOYLSARCOSINE CAS 110-25-8

    Product name: N-OLEOYLSARCOSINE
    CAS No.: 110-25-8
    Type: D / L
    Other Names: N-acyl sarcosine; N-Methyloleamidoacetic acid
    MF: C21H39NO3
    EINECS No.: 203-749-3
    Application: Lubricant additive
    Appearance: Reddish brown or yellow oily liquid
    Package: 200KG/DRUM or 1000KG/IBC
    Shelf life: 12 months
    N-OLEOYLSARCOSINE, N-acylsarcosine, used as a corrosion inhibitor for lubricanting oils, greases and fuels.
    It is a transparent, yellow to brown liquid.
    Alternative of Sarkosyl O (BASF) and Perlastan OCV (SCHILL SEILACHER).

  • Distilled Tall Oil (DTO)

    Distilled Tall Oil (DTO)

    Distilled tall oil (DTO), with a 24-55% rosin acid content, and 40-71% oleic acid, combines the advantages of fatty acids and rosin acids.

    CAS no. 8002-26-4.