Tejaras Co. is a major manufacturer, exporter, and supplier of detergent chemicals located in the Middle East. State-of-the-art manufacturing facilities of detergent chemicals and raw materials in top governmental plants, has made us able to supply highest quality detergent chemicals and raw materials at most competitive prices.
Caustic soda in 2 types are used in detergent industry; caustic soda liquid 48-50% and caustic soda flakes 98-99%. Caustic soda ( sodium hydroxide ) is one of the most important raw materials in manufacture of detergent chemicals. It is used in saponification, the process that converts vegetable oils into soap. Caustic soda is also used to produce anionic surfactants which are largely used in detergent chemicals and cleaning products.
Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulfonic Acid ( LABSA 96-97% )
LABSA, sulfonic acid also known as acid slurry is one of other major detergent chemicals we export. LABSA is the most common anionic surfactant for synthetic detergent powder. There are some important factors that detergent manufacturers prefer sulfonic acid to other anionic surfactants. We can point out good solubility in water, high detergency and foaming, and economical prices among those important factors.
Soda ash light ( sodium carbonate )
soda ash also known as washing soda is also among major detergent chemicals. Soda ash is used as the builder ( washing auxiliary ) in detergent industry. Its main application is to be used as a solvent which can remove a wide range of stains. Also, soda ash can be dissolved in water in order to create a pre-soaking solution for tough stains like coffee, tea, blood, grease, and oil.
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate ( SLES 70% )
SLES, sodium lauryl ether sulfate, also known as Texapon is one of other major detergent chemicals we supply and export. SLES is widely used in liquid detergent such as shampoo, hand washing liquid, dishwashing detergent, and bubble bath liquid.
Sodium hypochlorite is the most powerful home bleach. Using sodium hypochlorite aids detergent products in the removal of stains and soil. Once sodium hypochlorite is used in the wash, it acts as a disinfectant on bacteria and viruses and generally whitens most natural-fiber fabrics like cotton.