09 October 2014
KOLB to present rinse aids and formulation guidelines for label-free products
KOLB is celebrating its 50th anniversary with new label-free products
To underline the company’s commitment to sustainability and consumer-friendly products, KOLB is launching three new label-free rinse aids with excellent performance. Moreover, KOLB is presenting formulation guidelines for its portfolio of label-free products. Finally, KOLB is revealing Imbentin™-CleanRinz, a new high-performance surfactant for hard to clean surfaces, such as metals or plastics.
KOLB’s label-free rinse aids – The finishing touch for a spotless shine
KOLB’s low foaming, label-free, non-ionic surfactant portfolio for rinse aids shows outstanding rinsing performance. From now on, no dish will be left without a clean, dry, and spotless shine! The new, recommended pro-ducts are:
Visit the seminar on Thursday, October 16, in hall 2 at 10:15 a.m. by KOLB’s specialist, Dr. Kaoru Tachikawa, Group Leader Application.
How to formulate label-free surfactants while keeping the performance
After June 2015, the full implementation of regulation 1272/2008 on classification, labelling, and packaging (CLP) will have a considerable impact on how the standard home care products are labelled. Instead of being classified as an irritant or a harmful product, a large portion of cleaning goods will be classified as corrosive.
This change will negatively influence end-customer buying decisions in home care. Therefore, a key-topic in the industry is to reformulate established products by replacing old workhorses with new label-free surfactants.
We focus our work on how to employ our label-free surfactants to achieve top performance.
Visit the seminar on Friday, October 17, in hall 2 at 11:45 a.m. by KOLB’s expert, Ms. Nina Kalsberger, Application Chemist.
We look forward to your visit at booth 452 at the 61st SEPAWA congress in Fulda, Germany, from October 15 to 17, 2014.
KOLB is a midsize company with a lean and flexible organisation with 50 years’ experience in producing nonionic surfactants. Since 2007, KOLB has been part of the Malaysian multinational KLK (Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad). This merger strengthened the company considerably and opened up many new possibilities.
For more information on KOLB products, please visit www.kolb.ch.