Dish wash Liquid SALAMA
EXTRA KIND IN THE HANDS
Multi-purpose liquid soap
EXTRA KIND IN THE HANDS
REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES -Specifications (STANDARDIZATION)
Chemical and physical demands
Salama Dishwashing liquid meets the requirements of Table 1:
|1||Insoluble matter in water, max,% (m / m) 0.5||0.5||Appendix A|
|2||pH of 6.0 to 9.0||6.0 to 9.0||Appendix B|
|3||Total surface active ingredient content,||12||ISO 2268
|4||Content of inorganic salts,% (m / m), max||5||Appendix E|
|5||Formaldehyde||Will be absent|
1 – Sampling and compliance with the standard (Appendix A)
Determination of insoluble materials (Normative)
A known mass of sample is diluted and filtered. Residues are then dried to constant mass.
Weigh, to the nearest (to ± 0.001 g) of about 5 g of the test sample in a 400 ml beaker and add 200 ml of distilled water. Heat on a steam bath, stirring frequently, until the sample is completely dispersed. A.2.2Filter the solution immediately under suction through a sintered glass crucible previously dried and weighed porosity 2. Make -you that is insoluble quantitatively transferred to the filter. A.2.3 Wash the beaker and the residue in the crucible five times with 40 ml of hot distilled water. A.2.4 Allow the washing solution to completely drain and dry the crucible to constant weight at 105 ± 2 ° C in an air oven.
CALCUL : S=(M4-M2)/M1 x 100
|M1||M1 is the mass, in grams, of the test sample|
|M2||M2 is the mass of the sintered glass crucible|
|M4||M4 is the mass, in grams, of the sintered glass crucible and residue after drying|
- Appendix B
* Measuring the pH value (Normative)
* Dissolve 1.0 ml of the test sample in 100 ml of carbon dioxide free deionized or distilled water and measure the pH, at room temperature, using a pH meter with a glass electrode capable of measuring pH with an accuracy of 0.1
- Appendix C
Determination of rinsing properties (Normative)
* Weigh (to ± 0.001 g) about 0.4 g of the test sample in a 500 ml conical flask thoroughly cleaned and add 200 ml of distilled water.
* Stopper the flask and shake vigorously for 1 minute
* Pour the solution and rinse the flask by adding 200 ml of distilled water, stirring vigorously for 1 minute and pour out of the water.
* Invert the bottle and let dry.
* Perform a blank repeating the procedure above but omitting the test portion.
* Compare the two bottles.
For the purposes of this standard, the following definitions apply.
2.1 Dishwashing Liquid
A liquid preparation consisting of surfactants as base and mainly used for cleaning household utensils.
A chemical compound that, when dissolved or dispersed in a liquid, is preferably adsorbed at the interface, giving rise to a number of physicochemical properties of practical interest. The compound comprises at least one group having an affinity for polar surfaces substantially in most cases ensure solubilization in water, and another group that has little or no affinity for water.
2.3 Product Unit
A unit of the final packaged product in a suitable container. (Salama 1LB or other appropriate)
3.1 General Requirements
Salama Dishwashing liquid (Salama Dish wash liquid) consists mainly of anionic, cationic, nonionic or surfactants or mixtures thereof. It may contain added materials such as buffers, preservatives, water softener, softeners, opacifiers, spot removers, perfumes, viscosity control, foam control agents or agents approved colors and they can not have no harsh or adverse effect on the skin and hands under normal conditions of use.
|FORMULATION STANDARD SALAMA WASHER FLUID|
|1||Water + EDTA||1000Lts||100%|
|2||TEMIXAN AES NC SLES 70% (active matter)||100Kgrs||10%|
|3||LABSA (active matter)||20Kgrs||2%|
|4||PRL EUPERLAN (active matter)||10Kgrs||1%|
|5||COCOAMIDE CDE-G (active matter)||20Kgrs||2%|
|6||FRESH JUICY LEMON FRAGRANCE||1,50Kgrs||0, 15%|
|8||KENALAKE COLOR (GREEN, YELLOW, ….)||25Grs||0,0025%|
|10||PH ADJUSTED TO A 7 – 8 LESING CITRIC ACID|
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