The way to obtain detergent agglomerates component
(57) Abstract:The way to obtain detergent agglomerates component by mixing the crystalline aluminosilicate or layered silicate detergent component selected binders in high-power mixer for the formation of a free flowing agglomerates. Binder-anionic synthetic surfactant paste or water-soluble polymer containing at least 50 wt.% of ethylene oxide, and preferably may contain a small amount of ethoxylated non-ionic surfactants. The agglomerates also essentially free from amorphous alkali metal silicates, if free water is present. S.p. f-crystals, 3 tables. The invention relates to a method of agglomeration of crystalline aluminosilicate and/or layered silicate detergent components (additives) by mixing such materials with selected binders in high-performance mixer, such as mixer Erich.The method leads to the formation of free flowing agglomeration having good dispersibility in water. The agglomerates are used as detergent additives, especially in the granular compositions for washing used in laundries.The aluminosilicates also interact with carbonates and amorphous silicates, are typically present in the mixer for vertical mixing, which leads to the formation of granules with aggravated exchange capacity of calcium ion and solubility, respectively.The agglomerates or particles containing aluminosilicate additive, also described in this field. For example, U.S. patent 4528276, Cambell et al., publ. July 9, 1985, discloses the agglomerates formed by the mixing of hydrated silicates of the alkali metal zeolites during heating and humidification.U.S. patent 4096081, Phenicie et al., publ. June 20, 1978, discloses detergents containing solid particles of a mixture of aluminosilicate, salt and agglomerated agent, including polymers containing basic units of ethylene oxide. Particles are usually obtained by spray drying or cooling Publ. November 8, 1983, discloses agglomerates of zeolite (preferably amorphous), obtained using a water-soluble binder. Example 8 discloses the sinter obtained by mixing 50 PM amorphous zeolite and 50 sludge line Las (60% activity). It is noticed that when instead of amorphous zeolite used crystalline zeolite A, the resulting products pasty and will never be satisfactorily fluid."In  revealed granular detergents containing 17 - 35% of surface-active substances (surfactants), at least part of which is anionic, and 28 - 45% of zeolite (anhydrous basis). The composition is prepared by granulation and compaction in high-speed mixer-granulator in the presence of a binder, preferably water. In examples 11 and 12 powder prepared by dry mixing line Las, non-ionic surface-active zeolite and other ingredients, seal and granularit after adding 1% of water as a binder.In  in example 7 revealed "free-flowing granules obtained by granulating 12% non-ionic surfactant, 20% suspension (31% activity), surfactant-sulfonyloxy ester of fatty acid and 68% of zeolite.U.S. patent 4664839, Rieck, publ. may 12, 1987, discloses a crystalline layered silicate additives and compositions for washing containing them.Despite the disclosure in the field of alumina agglomerates, there is still a need to develop ways to obtain free-flowing agglomerates containing aluminosilicate and/or layered silicate additives, having a good dispersibility in water.The invention consists in the following.The invention relates to a method of producing agglomerates detergent component (additive), the above process comprises mixing: (a) 50 to 75 wt. crystal detergent additive selected from the group consisting of
(I) aluminosilicate ion exchange material of the formula Naz(AlO2)2(SiO2)y/xH2O, where z and y is at least 6, the molar ratio of z to y is in the range of 1.0oC 0.5, and x is in the range of 10oC 264, this material has a size of particle diameter of 0.1 - 10 μm, ion exchange capacity calcium at least 200 mg CaCO3mEq/g and the exchange rate of calcium ion at SUB>yH2O, where M represents sodium or hydrogen, x is a number from 1.9 to 4 and y is a number from 0 to 20, this material has a particle size of 0.1 - 10 microns; and
(III) mixtures thereof; and
(b) 20 to 35 wt.h. a binder consisting essentially of
(1) anionic synthetic surfactant paste having a viscosity of at least 1500 CPS, or mixtures of ethoxylated nonionic surfactants, the weight ratio of the specified anionic surfactant paste to ethoxylated nonionic surfactant of at least 3:1; or
(2) a water-soluble polymer containing at least 50% by weight of ethylene oxide, and having a viscosity of 325 - 20,000 CPS, or mixture of ethoxylated non-ionic surface-active agent at a weight ratio of the specified polymer ethoxylated substance at least 1:1, where the weight ratio of the crystalline detergent additive to binder is from about 1.75 : 1 to 3 : 51, and the said mixture is essentially free from amorphous alkali metal silicates, when they contain free water;
in a powerful intensive mixer, reporters from 1 to 1011up to 2 1012erg/kg energy of this mixture at a speed of from 1 to 109up to 3 of 109Crystal detergent component (additive).The agglomerates of the invention is produced by mixing 50 to 75 wt.h., preferably 60 to 75 wt.h., more preferably 65 to 75 wt.h. material crystal detergent additive selected from the group consisting of aluminosilicate ion exchange material, a layered silicate material, and mixtures thereof, with a suitable binder.The crystalline aluminosilicate ion exchange material used here, the formula
z and y are at least 6, the molar ratio of z to y is from 1.0 to 0.5, and x 10 - 264.Aluminosilicate ion exchange supplements here are in hydrated form and contain 10 to 28 wt.% water. Vysokopoligonalnye crystalline aluminosilicate ion exchange materials contain 18 to 22 wt.% water in their crystalline matrix.The crystalline aluminosilicate ion exchange materials are further characterized by a particle size diameter of 0.1 - 10 μm. Predostavljaet here, the average particle diameter of this ion exchange material, as determined by standard analytical techniques, such as, for example, microscopic analysis using rastvorov electron microscope. The crystalline aluminosilicate ion exchange materials are usually further characterized by the exchange capacity of calcium ion, which is at least 200 mEq of water hardness on CaCO3/g of aluminosilicate, calculated on the anhydrous basis, and which generally is in the range from 300 to 352 mg-equiv/g of Aluminosilicate ion exchange materials are further characterized by the exchange rate of calcium ion, which is at least 2 ghrana Ca+/gallon/minute/gram/gallon of aluminosilicate (anhydrous basis), and generally lies within region 2 of Ghana /gallon/minute/gram/gallon to 6 Grand/gallon/minute/gram/gallon, if we take as the basis of rigidity to the calcium ion. Optimal silicate when used as an additive shows the exchange rate of calcium ion at least 4 grain/gallon/minute/gram/gallon.Aluminosilicate ion exchange materials used in the practice of the invention, commercially available. The aluminosilicates can be of natural origin or synthetic derivatives. Method of manufacturing silica-alumina, inoome the LCA.Preferred synthetic crystalline aluminosilicate ion exchange materials used here are available under the designations zeolite A, zeolite B, and zeolite X. In an especially preferred embodiment, the crystalline aluminosilicate ionoobmennye material has the formula
x up to 20 to 30, especially 27.Crystalline layered sodium silicates have the composition NaMSixO2x+1yH2O, in which M denotes Na or hydrogen, x 1.9 to 4 and y is 0 to 20. These materials are described in U.S. patent 4664830, Rieck, publ. may 12, 1987, to which reference is made. In the above formula, M is preferably sodium. The preferred value of X is 2, 3 or 4. Compounds having the structure of NaMSi2O5yH2O, is particularly preferred.Crystalline layered silicates, preferably have an average particle size of 0.1 to 10 MK. Examples of preferred silicates include Na - SKS - 6 and Na - SKS - 7, both commercially available from Hoechst.The agglomerates of the invention are prepared by mixing the above-mentioned crystalline additive selected binder in the amount of 25 to 35 wt., preferably 25 to 32 wt.h. For the formation of agglomera the m state, it must be heated to the molten state, to cause agglomeration.Suitable binders include any anionic synthetic surfactant paste having a viscosity of at least 15001 JV, and preferably 1500 - 17000 SP. The viscosity here is measured using a viscometer of Brookfield, while the measurements are performed under the following conditions: temperature 70oF (21,0oC) for materials in unsteady or Hegelianism state at room temperature; 140 - 160oF (60 - 71,7oC) for materials in solid or gel-like state at room temperature.Room roll
Roll No. 1 to the viscosity of < 100 SP
Roll N 2 for viscosity 100 - 700 SP
Roll N 3 for the viscosity of 800 to 3000 SP
Roll N 4 for the viscosity of 3000 - 7000 SP
Roll N 5 for viscosity > 10000 SP
The speed of roll: 20 revolutions per minute.Anionic surfactants are used here in the form of paste or concentrated mixtures with water. These anionic pastes contain 0 to 90% water, preferably from 2 to 75% water, and most preferably 4 to 60 wt.% water.Such high viscosity binders are distributed more evenly on the surface of the crystalline additives Trast wax-like binder, which easily forms larger particles of the desired size in the mixer. The waxy binder system is not strong enough to keep the size of the particles larger than described here. This prevents the super-agglomeration and leads to the formation of uniform particles having a narrow size distribution.Used anionic surfactants include water-soluble salts, preferably the alkali metal, ammonium and alkylammonium salts, products of organic sulfuric acid reaction, having in its molecular structure an alkyl group containing 10 to 20 carbon atoms and the ether group, a sulfuric acid or sulfonic acids. (The term "alkyl" means alkyl portion of the acyl groups). Examples of this group of synthetic surfactants are the alkyl sulphates of sodium and potassium, especially those that are produced by sulfation of higher alcohols (the contents of C8- C18carbon atoms), such as those that receive recovery of solid glycerides of tallow or coconut oil; and sodium-, potassium-alkylbenzenesulfonate, in which the alkyl group contains 9 to 15 carbon atoms in straight or branched chain, for example, of this type, as described in perednia the number of carbon atoms in the alkyl group is 11 - 13, abbreviated as C11- C13AS .Other anionic surfactants are sulfonates nutriarchives ether of glycerol, especially those ethers of higher alcohols produced from solid fat and coconut oil; sulfates and sulfonates of monoglyceride sodium salts of fatty acids and coconut oil; sodium or potassium sulfate esters of alkylphenol and ethylene oxide containing 1 to 10 units of ethylene oxide per molecule and where the alkyl groups contain 8 to 12 carbon atoms; sodium and potassium sulfates alilovic esters of ethylene oxide containing 1 to 10 units of ethylene oxide per molecule, and where the alkyl group contains 10 to 20 carbon atoms.Others used here anionic surfactants include water-soluble salts of esters of a-sulfonated fatty acids containing 6 to 20 carbon atoms in the fatty acid group and 1 to 10 carbon atoms in the ester group; water-soluble salts of 2 - aryloxyalkyl-1-sulfonic acids containing 2 to 9 carbon atoms in the acyl group and 9 to 23 carbon atoms in the acyl group and 9 to 23 carbon atoms in the aliphatic hydrocarbon water-soluble salts of olefin and parafusulina containing about 12 to 20 carbon atoms; and beta-alkiloksikarbonilalkilamidov.Other anionic surfactants used in the invention include alkylalkoxysilane surfactants of the formula
RO(CH2CH2O)xCH2COO-M+< / BR>where
R represents a C8- C18is an alkyl group, x is usually 1 to 15, and M is the cation of an alkaline or alkaline earth metal. Alkyl chain having 8 0 18 carbon atoms, may be derived from fatty alcohols, olefins, etc. Alkyl chain, preferably saturated straight, but it can also be branched and/or unsaturated alkyl chain.Preferred anionic surfactants are selected from the group consisting of C11- C18linear alkylbenzenesulfonates, C10- C18of alkyl sulphates and C10- C18of alkyl sulphates, ethoxylated on average, 1 to 6 mol of ethylene oxide on 1 mol of alkylsulfate and mixtures thereof.Anionic surfactant paste can also contain minor amounts of ethoxylated nonionic surfactants. In such cases, the weight ratio of anionic surfactant to ethoxylated nonionic surfactant should be at least 3:1, preferably at least 4:1, more preferably at least 5:1.Such nonionic what Kim hydrophobic compound, which can be, by their nature, aliphatic or alkylaromatic. Length polyoxyethylene group which condenses with a particular hydrophobic group can be readily adjusted to obtain a water soluble compound having the desired degree of balance between hydrophilic and hydrophobic elements.Suitable nonionic surfactants include polietilenoksidnoy condensates of alkyl phenols, for example, condensation products alkylphenol having alkyl group containing 6 to 15, preferably 8 to 13 atoms of carbon, or straight or branched chains with ethylene oxide in an amount of 3 to 20, preferably 4 to 14, more preferably 4 to 8 mol per 1 mol of alkylphenol.Preferred nonionic surfactants are water - soluble and water-dispersible condensation products of aliphatic alcohols or carboxylic acids having 8 to 22 carbon atoms, straight or branched chain, with ethylene oxide in an amount of 3 to 20, preferably 3 to 60 mol per 1 mol of the alcohol or acid. Particularly preferred are the condensation products of alcohols having an alkyl group containing 9 to 16 carbon atoms, with ethylene oxide in amounts of 4 to 14, preferably 4 - terrasim at least 50 wt.% of ethylene oxide, and having a viscosity of 325 - 20,000 CPS, preferably 375 - 17000 SP.Such polymers (or their mixtures) typically have a melting point not less than 35oC. Preferably, the polymeric material will have a melting point of at least 45oC, more preferably not less than 50oC and most preferably at least 55oC. Since the polymer materials used in the practice of the invention, usually a mixture of representing the area of molecular weights, materials tend to soften and become liquid in the temperature range 3 - 7oC above their melting points.A mixture of two or more polymeric materials can have an even wider temperature range. Preferred polymers contain at least 70 wt.% of ethylene oxide, and more preferred polymers contain at least 80 wt.% of ethylene oxide. Preferred polymeric materials have values of HB at least 15 and more preferably at least 17. Particularly preferred is polyethylene glycol, which contains essentially 100% ethylene oxide.Preferred polyethylene glycols have an average of at least 1000 mol. m and more preferably 2500 to 20,000 and most prepost UKTI C10-C20alcohols or C8-C18ALKYLPHENOLS with sufficient ethylene oxide, not less than 50 wt.% from the weight of the polymer, thus resulting product has a melting point not lower than the 35oC.Block and hetero-polymers, based on the addition of ethylene oxide and propylene oxide to a low molecular weight organic compound containing one or more active hydrogen atoms, are suitable in the practice of the invention. Polymers based on the addition of ethylene oxide and of propylene oxide to propylene glycol, Ethylenediamine and trimethylpropane, commercially available under the names Pluronics Pluronics, Pluronics PluronicsF, Ttronies Jetronicsand Pluradots PluradotsWyandotte, Mururah.The polymeric binder may also contain ethoxylated nonionic surfactants described above, providing the weight ratio of polymer to ethoxylated nonionic surfactant of at least 1:1. Preferably this ratio is at least 2:1, more preferably at least 3:1. Such a mixture of a polymeric binder and a nonionic surfactant may also contain water without adverse effect on the agglomerates. However, a polymeric binder without ethoxylated pianosolo preferred binder system contains a mixture of polyethylene glycol, with an average mol. m 3000 - 10000 with ethoxylated nonionic surfactant which is the condensation product of C9-C16alcohols with ethylene oxide in amounts of 4 to 8 mol per 1 mol of alcohol. Such mixtures result in improved cleaning ability compared to other used binder systems. System linking polyethylene glycol/nonionic surfactant lose crystalline additive faster than other binders. This allows incremental material to start faster to carry out its functions in to the washing solution, to quickly and effectively reduce the hardness of water, one hundred and leads to improved cleaning ability.In addition to the above, the amount of crystalline detergent additives to the binder should be selected so that the weight ratio of such additives to the binder is made from 1075:1 to 3.5:1, preferably from 1.9:1 to 3:1.Moreover, to reduce the interaction between crystalline additive and amorphous alkali metal silicates, which may endanger the solubility product, the agglomerates of the invention are essentially free from amorphous alkali metal silicates commonly used in granular detergent substances remaining water. Preferably the agglomerates contain less than 1% by weight of such silicates, and more preferably they are completely free from such silicates, when they contain free water.The agglomerates of the invention may also contain minor amounts (e.g. up to 30 wt.%) other ingredients which do not reduce significantly the characteristics and physical properties. For example, the agglomerates may contain inorganic salts such as disclosed in the aforementioned U.S. patent 4096081, Phenicil eb cll, particularly from column 14,line 53 to column 15, line 8, to which reference is made. Such salts reduce the amount of binder required to obtain qualitative agglomerates according to the invention. Hydrotropes, such as toluene, xylene and kumulantami, can also be used to provide similar effects.The agglomerates may also contain other surfactants or ingredients, including ingredients that are sensitive to heat or decomposed materials in a vertical mixer for mixing the slurry, which is subjected to spray drying to obtain equilibrium in the final detergent substance. For example, the superheater, 1985, to which reference is made.The agglomerates may also contain surfactants polyxene fatty acid structural formula (1)
< / BR>where
R' represents hydrogen, C1-C4hydrocarbon, 2 - oxyethyl, 2 - oksipropil or their mixture, preferably C1-C4alkyl, more preferably C1or C2- alkyl, most preferably C1alkyl, (i.e., methyl);
and R2represents C5-C31, hydrocarbon, preferably Premiery C9-C17alkyl or alkenyl, most preferably Premiery C11-C17alkyl or alkenyl, or their mixture; Z - polyoxygenated with linear hydrocarbonous chain with at least three hydroxyl, directly attached to the chain, or alkoxycarbonyl derivative; Z is preferably derived from a reducing sugar in a reductive amination reaction; more preferably Z - glycidyl. Suitable reducing sugars include glucose, fructose, maltose, lactose, galactose, mannose and xylose. As raw materials can be used vysokopetrovsky corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, and vysokomolochnye corn syrup, as well as individual seem case, there is no intention to exclude other suitable raw materials. Z is preferably selected from the group consisting of - CH2-(CHOH)n- CH2OH, - CH(CH2OH) - (CHOH)n-1-CH2OH, - CH2- (CHOH)2(CHOR1) (CHOH)-CH2OH and alkoxysilane derivatives, where n is an integer of 3 to 5 inclusive, and R1is hydrogen or a cyclic or aliphatic monosaccharide. Most preferred are licitly, where n = 4, in particular - CH2- (CHOH)4- CH2OH.In the formula (I) R1may be, for example, N-methyl, N-ethyl, N-propyl, N-isopropyl, N-butyl, N-2-oxyethyl, or N-2 - oksipropil.R2-CO-N< can be, for example, cocamide, stearamide, oleamide, lauramide, myristamide, caprioled, palmitate, tallowed etc. Z can be 1 - deoxyglucose 2 - doxirubicin, 1 - deoxidation, 1 - deoxyactein, N-1 - deoxygenation, N-1 - deoxygenated, 1-deoxynucleotidyl etc.Ways of getting polyxenida fatty acids known in the field. They can be obtained by interaction of the alkylamine with a reducing sugar in a reductive amination reaction, which leads to the corresponding N - alkyl - poloxamine and then by the interaction of the N - alkylpolyoxyethylene with a fatty aliphatic ether or three who obtain compositions, containing poloxamine fatty acids, are disclosed, for example, in the description of the patent in the UK, publ. February 18, 1959 , Thomas Hedley & Co., Ltd., U.S. patent 2965576, publ. December 20, 1960 , E, R. Wilson, and U.S. patent 2703798, dntony M. Schwartz publ. March 8, 1955, and U.S. patent 1985424, publ. 25 December 1934, Piggott, each of which reference is made.In a preferred method of producing N - alkyl or N-oxyalkyl, N - deoxypyridinoline fatty acids, where picitinny component is derived from glucose, and N-alkyl or N-oxyalkyl functional group is N - methyl, N - ethyl, N - propyl, N - butyl, N - oxyethyl, or N - oksipropil, the product is obtained by reacting N - alkyl - or N - oxyalkyl-glucamine with fatty ester selected from fatty methylation, fatty telefonov and fatty triglycerides in the presence of a catalyst, selected from the group consisting of Trinity phosphate, trinacria phosphate, tripotassium phosphate, tetranitro pyrophosphate, pentaerythritoltetranitrate, lithium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, calcium hydroxide, lithium carbonate, sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate, disodium tartrate, decaliter, sodium-potassium tartrate, trinacria citrate, tripotassium citrate, the main sodium silicates, basic silicates of potassium, the em preferably 0.5 to 50 mol.%, more preferably 2 to 10 mol.% N - alkyl or N - oxyalkyl-glutaminol molar basis. The reaction is preferably carried out at 138 - 170oC for 20 to 90 minutes When the glycerides used in the reaction mixture as a source of fatty ester, the reaction is preferably performed using 1 to 10 wt.% agent phase transfer, calculated on a weight percent basis of the entire reaction mixture, selected from polyethoxylated saturated fatty alcohol, alkylpolyglycoside, linear pikeminnow surfactants and mixtures thereof.Preferably the process is carried out as follows:
(a) preheating the fatty ester to 138-170oC;
(b) adding N - alkyl or N - oxyalkylation to the heated air of the fatty acid and dilution to the extent necessary for the formation of two-phase mixture of liquid - liquid;
(c) a blend of catalyst in the reaction mixture;
(d) stirring for a certain period of reaction time.Also preferably added to the reaction mixture 2 to 20 wt.% pre-obtained product of linear N - alkyl / N - oxyalkyl, N - linear glycosylamide fatty acids as agent for the phase pereida its speed. Detailed description of the experiments is given below in example 1.Used here is materials polyxene "fatty acids" also give the advantage to the manufacturer of the detergent so that they can be made fully or partially from natural, renewable, neftehimicheskogo raw materials that are being processed, and degradable. They also exhibit low toxicity in the aquatic environment.Found that in addition to polyxenida fatty acids of the formula (I) in the methods used for their production, are also usually get a non-volatile by-products, such as piramidy and cyclic polyxenida fatty acids. A number of these products will depend on the particular reactants and process conditions. Preferably polyxene fatty acids included in compositions for washing, will be provided in such form, the composition containing polyxene fatty acids, added to detergents, contains less than 10%, preferably less than 4% of cyclic polyacryamide fatty acids.The preferred processes described above have the advantages that they can give a fairly low amount of by-products, clunies certain quantities of the above crystalline additives and binders in high-performance mixer, reporting from 11011up to 21012erg/kg energy of this mixture, at speeds from 1109to 3109erg/kg for the formation of a free flowing agglomerates having an average particle size of 200 to 800 microns, preferably 300 to 600 MK. The actual size of the agglomerates is preferably chosen based on the size of the particles of the detergent mixed with agglomerates to reduce segregation of the product. The number of incoming energy and its velocity can be determined by calculating power values of the mixer with the product and without the exposure time of the product in the mixer and the mass of the product in the mixer.The total energy reported crystalline mixture of the additive and the binder is preferably from 21011to 1,51012erg/kg, more preferably from 2,51011to 1,31012erg/kgThe speed of the input energy to the mixture is preferably from 1,2109to 2,5109erg/kg, more preferably from 1,4109to 2,2109erg/kg. Higher energy levels and/or speed of the input energy than described above, lead to sverhzapominaniya mixture and the formation of a pasty mass. Lower energy levels and/or rate of energy input lead to the formation of small is a wide distribution of particles by size.Preferred high-power mixer, used here, is a powerful mixer Erich type R, although other mixers known in this field, such as Liotleford u Lodige KM, can also be used. However, Schugi mixers, and O' Brien and glenmalure faucets that do not provide sufficient input of energy and/or speed, are unsuitable for use in this invention.The agglomerates of the invention can be used as detergent additive or additive composition. Preferably the agglomerates include fully-formulated granular compositions for washing. This structure of the agglomerates are 5 to 75 wt.% preferably 10 to 60 wt.%, more preferably 15 to 50 wt.% composition. For the balance of the composition can include other surfactants, additives and ingredients typically used in such compositions. The agglomerates are usually mixed with other detergent ingredients, some of which can be entered by spray drying, as disclosed and U.S. patent N 4963226, Chamberlain, publ. October 16, 1990, to which reference is made. Materials that are sensitive to heat or dissolve other materials in the mixer for VERTIC is nonnie, non-ionic, vitarine, ampholytic and cationic surfactants used in fully prepared compositions for washing, are disclosed in U.S. patent 3919678, Laughlin et.al., publ. December 30, 1975, to which reference is made. Preferred surfactants include anionic and ethoxylated nonionic surfactants described above as part of the agglomerate. Anionic surfactants particularly preferred.Granular formulations for washing typically include 5 to 80 wt.%, preferably 10 to 60 wt.%, more preferably 15 to 50 wt.% detergent surfactants.Non-limiting examples of suitable water-soluble, inorganic detergent additives include alkali metal carbonates, borates, phosphates, bicarbonates and silicates. Specific examples of such salts include tetraborate sodium and potassium bicarbonates, carbonates, orthophosphate, pyrophosphates, tripolyphosphate and metaphosphate.Examples of suitable organic alkaline detergent additives are (1) water-soluble aminocarboxylate and aminopolyamide, such as nitrilotriacetate, glycine chelates, ethylenediaminetetraacetate, N- (2-oxyethyl) nitrilotriacetate and diethylenetriaminepentaacetate; (2) water-soluble salts of phytic Kisan-1-hydroxy-1, 1-diphosphonic acid; sodium, potassium and lithium salts ethylenediphosphonic acid, etc., (4) water-soluble polycarboxylate, such as the salts of lactic acid, succinato acid, malonic acid, maleic acid, citric acid, oxidizing acid carboxymethyloxysuccinic acid, 2-oxa-1, 1,3 propanetricarboxylic acid, Melitopol acid and pyromellitic acid; (5) water-soluble polyacetate, as disclosed in U.S. patents NN 4144266 and 4246495, to which reference is made; and (6) water-soluble tetrachlorogallate and disuccinate, and mixtures thereof, disclosed in U.S. patent 4663071, Bush et.al, published may 5, 1987, to which reference is made.Another type of detergent additives used in the final granular detergent product comprises a water-soluble material capable of forming vodorastvorimyi the reaction product with cations, which add rigidity to the water, especially in combination with a crystallization seed which is capable to increase places for the specified reaction product. Such compositions containing the "seed supplements" fully disclosed in UK patent N 1424406.Aluminosilicate detergent additives such as crystalline or amorphous, that the detergent compositions of this invention.Washing additive mainly is 10 to 90 wt.%, preferably 15 to 75 wt.%, more preferably 20 to 60 wt.% composition for washing, obtained by spray drying. The optimal components that can be included in the granular compositions for washing, are materials such as melt agents, enzymes (e.g. proteases, and amylases), bleaches and bleach activators, other stain remover detergents agents, patasociologie agents, fabric bleach, enzyme stabilizers, reagents, eliminating colored spots, prosopographie additives or progestelle, anti-corrosion agents, dyes, fillers, germicide, reagents, establishing PH, sources of alkalinity, etc.All percentages, parts, ratios are by weight, unless specified otherwise.The following examples illustrate the compositions and processes (methods) of the invention.In the examples, the zeolite refers to gidratirovannom crystalline zeolite A containing 20% of water and having an average particle size of 1 µm and 10 µm, AS relates to sodium - C12.3line Las; AS relates to sodium - C14- C15- alkyl-sulfate, AE3S refers to nutricology al the and 1 mol of alcohol and deprived methoxyethanol and monoethoxylate alcohol.Agglomerates having a composition, as in example 1, obtained by mixing zeolite A c anionic surfactant paste containing 48% surfactant AS 2% of sodium sulfate and 50% water and having a viscosity 5070 JV, high-power mixer Erich R 08 continuous type. First make the heel in the mixer Erich by weighing 34.1 kg of powder of Zeolite A on the bowl of the mixer, allowed to move the mixer and then pumped into him about 13.2 kg surfactant paste. Approximately 30 is the time for sintering. After receiving the heel to start the supply of the zeolite, followed by the submission of the surfactant paste. Feed speed and the speed of unloading set so as to provide a dwell time in the mixer 4 minutes discharged from the mixer product then subjected to drying in a liquid layer at 240-270oF (116-132oC). Stage drying removes the maximum amount of free water and changes the composition as described above. The full amount of the input power is transmitted by the mixer product on a continuous basis, is approximately 1,31 1012erg/kg at a speed of approximately 2,18109erg/kg.Agglomerates having a composition, as in example 2, prepared by mixing zeolite is m loaded during the process using a high-power mixer Erich RV 02. Download produce weighing approximately 2,27 kg of powder of zeolite A on the bowl of the mixer. Approximately 1.0 kg pre-mixed binder system containing anionic surfactant paste and the nonionic surfactant, is injected into the mixer through the funnel and directed to the surface of the rotor within one minute. Full dosing time is typically 3 min, but the time to produce acceptable agglomerates 10 minutes of the Rotary blade rotates counterclockwise at 3200 revolutions per minute, while the bowl rotates clockwise at 58 revolutions per minute (as measured by the tachometer). The full amount of the input power is transmitted by the mixer product is 3,91011erg/kg at a speed of approximately 2,18109erg/kg. Examples I and II give a free flowing agglomerates having an average particle size of 450-500 microns.Examples 3-6. (see tab. 2) In the following examples, the granules are obtained by spray drying the aqueous mixture of the above ingredients in a mixer for vertical mixing. The agglomerates obtained by mixing the listed ingredients in the high-power mixer until then, until you get a homogeneous agglomerates under the mcm, then mixed with the basic granules in a mixing drum with ingredients listed in section "Mix".Examples 7-10. Primary granules are obtained by spray drying the aqueous mixture of the above ingredients in a mixer for vertical mixing. The agglomerates obtained by mixing the listed ingredients in the high-power mixer until then, until you get a homogeneous agglomerates in accordance with the method of example 1 except that the viscosity of the binder in example 8 400 SP, and the viscosity of the binder in example 9 is slightly higher. The resulting free flowing agglomerates, which have an average particle size of 450-500 microns, and then mixed with the basic granules in a mixing drum with ingredients listed in section "Mix". 1. The way to obtain detergent agglomerates component comprising a mixture of finely dispersed solids, non-ionic and anionic surfactants, characterized in that mix (a) 50 to 75 wt.h. crystal detergent component selected from the group consisting of (i) a silicate of the formula
where z and y 6, m is Menno capacity of calcium ion is not less than 200 mg CaCO3mEq/g and the exchange rate of calcium ion is not less than 2 granov Ca2+/gallon/minute/gram/gallon;
(ii) a layered silicate of the formula
where M is Na or H;
x = 1,9 - 4,0;
y = 0 - 20,
which has a particle size of 0.1 to 10.0 μm/and (iii) a mixture thereof,
and (b) 20 to 35 wt.h. a binder consisting of 1) anionic surfactant paste having a viscosity of not less than 1500 CPS, or its mixture of ethoxylated non-ionic surface-active agent at a mass ratio of the specified paste and ethoxylated nonionic surfactant of at least 3 : 1 or 2) water-soluble polymer containing at least 50 wt. %. of ethylene oxide and having a viscosity of 325 - 20,000 CPS, or mixture of ethoxylated non-ionic surface-active agent at a mass ratio of the specified polymer and ethoxylated nonionic surfactant is not less than 1 : 1, in weight ratio of crystalline detergent component and a binder of 1.75 to 3.5 : 1 and the mixture is essentially free from amorphous alkali metal silicates containing free water, and mixing is carried out in a high-power mixer reporting 1 1011- 2 101
where x = 20 - 30.3. The method according to p. 1, characterized in that the crystalline quality of the cleansing component is used layered silicate of the formula
NaMSi2O5yH2O.4. The method according to PP.1 to 3, characterized in that the anionic surfactant paste used linear (C11- C13)-Las, (C10- C18-alkylsulfate and (C10- C18-alkylsulfate, ethoxylated 1 to 6 mol of ethylene oxide on 1 mol of alkylsulfate, or their mixture.5. The method according to PP.1 to 3, characterized in that the binder used polyethylene glycol with an average mol.m. 3000 - 10000.6. The method according to PP.1 to 5, characterized in that the binder used binder, optionally containing condensation products of alcohols having an alkyl group WITH9- C16from 4 to 8 mol of ethylene oxide on 1 mol of the alcohol.7. SPO is mponent 25 35 wt. H. binder.8. The method according to PP.1 to 7, characterized in that as a high-power mixer using the mixer, telling 2,5 1011- 1,3 1012erg/kg energy at the speed of (1,4 - 2,2) 109erg/(kg).
FIELD: cleaning solid surfaces from dirt.
SUBSTANCE: removal of fatty dirt from surface includes the following stages: (a) treatment of surface with composition containing detergent-surfactant and anti-oxidant; (b) setting of dirt; (c) cleaning the surface for removal of dirt. Anti-oxidant is used for preparation of liquid product and removal of fatty dirt settled on surface; anti-oxidant is selected from tannic acid, tannates and tannic acid salts; liquid has pH7 of below. It is good practice to use natural anti-oxidants. Liquid composition contains 0.05-45% of detergent-surfactant and 0.1-10% of natural anti-oxidant having 1,2- or 1,4-dihydroxybenzene substructure. Liquid composition has pH below 12 and viscosity lesser than 100 Mpa.s at shift rate of 21 s-1.
EFFECT: enhanced efficiency of cleaning.
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FIELD: cleaning means.
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to liquid compositions for cleaning solid surfaces and is proved in the form of clear liquid gel with abrasive component and includes one or several cleaning surfactants, abrasive particles, thickening agent and, if necessary, optional components. Abrasive particles dispersed in liquid gel are macroscopic with average particle size between 0.5 and 2.5 mm, all particles having particle size deviation limits ±70% from average particle size.
EFFECT: improved appearance and cleaning characteristics of composition.
14 cl, 3 ex
FIELD: soap industry.
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to preparing detergent granules by spray drying process, wherein detergent granules are obtained by bringing in contact, in fluidized bed granulator, acidic precursor of anionic surfactant, sulfuric acid, and a solid carbonized neutralizing agent having average particle size d3.2 between 10 and 50 μm. Amount of sulfuric acid constitutes at least 50% of the total weight of anionic acidic precursor and sulfuric acid.
EFFECT: reduced volume density and improved tackiness and volume compaction percentage.
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FIELD: production of detergent compositions by granulation process.
SUBSTANCE: proposed method includes first stage (i) of mixing solid component and first liquid binder in mechanical granulator; liquid binder contains anion-active surfactant and nonionogenous surfactant and/or soap and/or fatty acid, thus obtaining powder; proposed method includes stage (ii) of mixing the powder obtained at stage (i) and second liquid binder in granulator at low rate of powder shift; second liquid binder contains liquid nonionogenous surfactant, soap and/or fatty acid and non-soap anion-active surfactant if necessary, thus obtaining detergent granules. Composition of second liquid binder differs from that of first liquid binder and mass ratio of first liquid binder to the second one ranges from 15:1 to 1:1.
EFFECT: improved quality of powder due to balance between quick dissolvability and quick dispersibility.
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FIELD: soap boiling industry.
SUBSTANCE: invention proposes a method involving two steps. In the first step alumosilicate and a first liquid binding agent are mixed in mechanical granulator device wherein liquid binding agent comprises at least one surface-active substance and 9 wt.-% of water-soluble salt, not above, taken as measured for detergent granules mass used in preparing a powder. In the second step powder and remain water-soluble salts, a second liquid binding agent and 2 wt.-% alumosilicate, not above, of its all mass in granulator device with low shift strength resulting to preparing detergent granules. Invention provides preparing powder showing improved emptying properties.
EFFECT: improved preparing method.
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SUBSTANCE: invention relates to method of obtaining highly soluble alkyl-aromatic sulphonate with regulated content of 2-phenyl isomer from 18% wt to 70% wt, by means of catalytic alkylation of aromatic compound by purified alkylating agent, which includes the following stages: 1) catalytic dehydration of linear paraffin raw material; 2) selective hydration of diolefins, obtained as by-product at stage (1), to monoolefins; 3) purification of raw material alkylating agent, obtained at stage (2), separation of non-linear products, contained in output flow of stage (2); processing of non-linear products, extracted at stage (3) for formation of hydrotropic precursor; 5) alkylation of aromatic hydrocarbon with monoolefins present in purified alkylating agent, by combination of the following alkylation methods: a) method of alkylation with catalyst, forming raw material liner alkyl aromatic compound with maximal content of 2-phenyl isomer, constituting 20% wt; b) method of alkylation with catalyst, forming raw material linear alkyl aromatic compound with minimal 2-phenyl isomer, constituting 20% wt; 6) separation into fractions of stage (5) output flow in order to separate unreacted aromatic compounds, paraffins and the heaviest by-products of linear alkyl aromatic compounds; 7) purification of fraction of linear alkyl aromatic compounds supplied from stage (6); 8) sulfonation of purified linear alkyl aromatic compounds obtained at stage (7); 9) neutralisation of linear alkyl sulphonic acid, obtained at stage (8), different in that catalyst, which forms maximally 20 % wt of 2-phenyl isomer, includes zeolite of FAU type, from 0.01% wt to 0.15% wt of at least one metal, selected from group, consisting of Li, Na, K, Mg or Ca, and from 0.1% wt, to 8% wt of at least one rare earth metal, selecxted from group, consisting of La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Pm, Sm or Eu; and catalyst, forming minimally 20% wt of 2-phenyl isomer, includes zeolite of MOR type, from 0.01% wt to 0.2% wt of at least one metal, selected from group, consisting of Li, Na, K, Mg or Ca, with maximal content of Na equal 0.01%, and from 0 to 0.5% wt of at least one metal, selected from group, consisting of Ti, Zr, Hf.
EFFECT: obtaining alkyl aromatic sulphonate with extremely low coloration after sulfonation with maximised detergent properties.
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SUBSTANCE: invention relates to oil-containing starch granules for delivering perfume oil as beneficial effect endowing additives to a substrate, containing: (a) starch in amount which forms an effective matrix for said granules; (b) perfume oil containing ingredients with Clog P equal to at least 3; and (c) an effective amount of an amidoamine compound for inhibiting migration of said oil to the surface of the said starch granules, said compound has the following structure: (I) or (II), where radicals are described in the claim separately for each structure. The invention also relates to a method of producing oil-containing starch granules, comprising the following steps: (a) preparing a dispersion of starch in water to form a starch suspension; (b) melting an effective amount of the amidoamine compound of structure (I) or (II) to obtain a molten amidoamine compound; (c) adding perfume oil to the molten amidoamine compound from step (b) to obtain a solution of the amidoamine compound in perfume oil; (d) adding the solution from step (c) to the starch suspension from step (a); (e) homogenisation of the obtained suspension by mixing to obtain a homogeneous mixture; and (f) spray drying the said homogeneous mixture to obtain oil-containing starch granules. The invention also relates to a method of washing fabric, comprising the following steps: (a) preparation of an aqueous solution containing an effective amount of the oil-containing starch granules in claim 1 or 2, and (b) bringing the fabric to be washed into contact with the aqueous solution from step (a). The invention also pertains to a laundry detergent composition containing: (a) at least one surfactant; and (b) an effective amount of oil-containing starch granules.
EFFECT: prolonged existence of the aromatising agent in the substrate owing to inhibition of migration of perfume oil to the surface during laundry.
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