Method for production of fabric softening composition

FIELD: aqueous composition for fabric softening.

SUBSTANCE: claimed composition contains (mass %): (i) at least one cationic compound - fabric softening agent, having two or more alkenyl chains wherein each chain contains 8 or more carbon atoms; and (ii) at least one sugar oil derivative. Cationic compound (i) and/or sugar oil derivative (ii) are individually mixed with other active component of fabric softening composition, excluded anionic surfactants, water, paints, conserving agents or other optional components with small concentration, to provide intermediate mixture, followed by mixing of cationic compound (i) and sugar oil derivative (ii). Aqueous fabric softening composition produced by claimed method and method for fabric treatment using the same, also are disclosed.

EFFECT: homogeneous composition with improved cleavage resistance.

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The present invention relates to a process for the preparation of aqueous compositions for bating tissue, in particular to the preparation of compositions containing at least one cationic compound, the fabric softener and at least one oil-derived sugar. The invention also relates to compositions produced using the method, and to a method of processing tissue using these compositions.

Background of invention and prior art

Added during the rinse compositions of fabrics softeners are well known in this field. However, the inconvenience associated with conventional air-conditioners, that although they increase the softness of the fabric, often at the same time reduce its absorption capacity, so that the ability of a tissue to absorb water is reduced. This is especially inconvenient for towels when the buyer requires that the towel was soft and had a high absorption capacity.

To overcome this problem it is proposed to use the composition for bating tissue, which includes oil derived sugars as connection - fabric softener since discovered that this provides a good mitigation without lowering the absorbency of the treated tissue.

In international publication WO 98/16538 (Unilever) describes compositions for m is Genia fabric, includes liquid or plastic solid derivative of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide, which give good mitigating and retain the absorbent capacity of the cloth.

In international publication WO 00/70005 describes compositions for bating tissue, comprising a liquid or plastic solid derivative of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide, at least one anionic surfactant and at least one cationic polymer.

In international publication WO 00/70004 describes compositions for bating tissue, comprising a liquid or plastic solid derivative of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide, where derivatives have at least one unsaturated bond present in the alkyl or alkenyl chains, with compositions additionally contain a substance that facilitates the application and one or more antioxidants.

European patent EP 0380406 (Colgate-Palmolive) describes detergent compositions comprising an ester of a saccharide or restored saccharide containing at least one chain fatty acids.

In international publication WO 95/00614 (Kao Corporation) describes compositions for bating tissues, including esters of polyhydric alcohols and cationizing pulp.

The European is the second patent EP-A2-0280550 describes a liquid composition for bating fabric, includes water-based, not more than 8 wt.% water-insoluble cationic agent, fabric softener, at least 0.2 wt.% With8-24fatty acids and non-ionic surfactant. Usable nonionic surfactants include alkylpolyglycoside and complex sorbitol esters.

In international publication WO-A1-00/66685 describes the use of aqueous compositions containing one or more alkyl esters of sugars as agent for surface treatment. Substances to improve performance, such as cationic surfactants, may be present in these compositions.

International publication WO-A1-01/07546 describes concentrate for conditioning fabrics comprising non-ionic connection - air conditioning tissue, a substance that facilitates the application, emulsifiable agent and less than 30 wt.% water. Non-ionic connection - air conditioning fabrics can be mixed with the viscosity modifier before mixing with other ingredients.

U.S. patent 5447643 (Huls) describes water softeners fabric containing non-ionic surfactant and esters of mono-, di - or truefire fatty acids of certain polyols.

International publication WO 96/15213 (Henkel) describes the agents, textile softeners, containing the s alkyl, alkenylphenol and/or acyl group containing derivative of sugar, which becomes solid after esterification, in combination with non-ionic and cationic emulsification.

Sometimes it is desirable to use the above oil-derived sugars in a mixture with conventional cationic compounds fabric softeners, such as the connection fabric softeners based on Quaternary ammonium compounds, to provide several advantages, including increased stability of the concentrated compositions relative to the separation of emulsions and increase multiple wettability of fabrics.

However, found that the usual method of preparation of compositions for bating fabric, containing more than one connection - fabric softner, where the connection softeners fabric fused together (they can subsequently be used for the formation of a dispersion in water), has certain disadvantages in the preparation of compositions containing oil derived (oil derivatives) of sugar and the cationic compound, the fabric softener (cationic compounds - fabric softener).

For example, the compositions produced in this manner, often exhibit low stability during storage (i.e. they have a tendency to "cream education and stratification, which is referred to here as the stability or the stability of the relative stratification) and which are unacceptable to the consumer, because there are inhomogeneous, lumpy appearance. It was also discovered that these compositions suffer reduced performance bating, possibly due to the inhomogeneity of songs.

The present invention is directed to solving the above problems and, in particular, to a method of preparation of compositions for bating fabrics, containing at least one oil-derived sugar and at least one cationic compound, the fabric softner, where the produced compositions show improved stability relative to the bundle in comparison with compositions obtained by conventional methods, and/or have a fairly homogeneous type.

Found that by preparing compositions for bating fabric comprising at least one oil-derived sugar (ii) and at least one conventional cationic compound, the fabric softner (i), by pre-mixing the compounds of fabric softener (i) and/or oil-derived sugar (ii) with another active component of the composition before mixing connection - softener (i) with oil-derived sugar (ii), the above problems can be overcome and can be received certain benefits.

Principal advantages of the present invention include the fact that HDMI is tion are acceptable to the consumer appearance, and that they exhibit good stability relative separation during storage.

Brief description of the invention

Thus/ in accordance with one aspect of the present invention provides a method for the preparation of aqueous compositions for bating fabrics, containing:

(i) at least one cationic compound, the fabric softener having two or more alkyl or alkenyl circuits, each of which has an average chain length equal to or greater than C8and

(ii) at least one oil-derived sugar,

where the cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) and/or oil-derived sugar (ii) separately blended/mixed with other active component of the composition for bating tissue with formation of an intermediate mixture before mixing connection - softener tissue (i) with oil-derived sugar (ii).

Found that the above method provides an unexpected improvement in stability, homogeneity and appearance of the produced compositions.

According to another aspect of the present invention provides aqueous composition for bating fabric produced by the method of the present invention, and the method of processing the tissue by applying a specified composition.

Detailed description of the invention

The present invention provides with the royals prepare aqueous compositions for bating fabric, containing at least one cationic compound, the fabric softener having two or more alkyl or alkenyl circuits, each of which has an average chain length equal to or greater than8and at least one oil-derived sugar.

The method includes, as the main stage, stage, whereby either the cationic compound, the fabric softener or oil derived sugar separately mixed with other active component of the composition for bating tissue with formation of an intermediate mixture prior to mixing the connection softener with oil-derived sugars for the production of compositions for bating tissue. This stage is pre-mixed with other active component of the composition for formation of an intermediate mixture before the specified subsequent mixing can also be used as cationic compound - fabric softner and oil-derived sugar.

The term "active ingredient"as used here, means a component compositions, which plays a functional role in it, and which is introduced in the form of a separate product of the source material. The active component includes non-ionic and cationic surfactants and flavors, but with the proviso that it is not anionic surface the active substance. This term also does not include water, dyes, preservatives or any of the optional ingredients present in small quantities, are listed in the section directly under the heading "Ingredients present in small quantities".

However, this term does not include the situation where the source material component is introduced together with a small number of "active component"included as part of such source material obtained from the manufacturer. So, for example, the source material cationic compounds softener (available as containing a small amount of surface-active substances), mixed directly with the raw material oil derived sugar, in the absence of other source material "active component", as defined above, could be part of the present invention.

Separate pre-mixing of the cationic compounds of fabric softener and/or an oil derived sugar with another active component of the composition for bating tissue for the formation of this intermediate mixture may be carried out by any known method.

In all variants of the embodiment of the present invention or a cationic compound, the fabric softener or oil derived sugar should be pre-mixed with the active components is the fact. Preferably, as specified connection and specified derivative pre-mixed with the active ingredient. The following description of the invention should be read in this context. When one of these these ingredients the compound or derivative is mixed with the active ingredient, then the derivative or compound (more acceptable) can be pre-mixed with water and/or active ingredients of the composition, as described, or it can be added without pre-mixing.

Accordingly, the method according to the present invention does not cover the technology of pre-mixing the cationic compounds of the fabric softener with water and oil separately derived sugar with water in the absence of the active component and the subsequent mixing of these two mixtures. It also does not cover the technology co-melting the specified connection - softener and specified derivative together in the presence of the active component.

The method can include one or more of the following ways of forming an intermediate mixture of cationic compounds of the fabric softener or oil derived sugar.

According to one preferred method of oil-derived sugar (ii) pre-mixed, at least one cationic and/lineinym surface-active substance, having only8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, and optionally, water, to form an intermediate mixture, and subsequently the connection - softner (i)at least partially in a liquid or molten state is mixed with the specified intermediate mixture.

For this method, the intermediate mixture is generated from oil-derived sugar (ii), is preferably at a temperature of at least 30°C, preferably at least 40°S, most preferably at least 50°when the connection softner (i) is mixed with it. However, a mixture obtained by mixing the intermediate mixtures and compounds softener, and can subsequently be heated to a temperature of at least 30°C, preferably at least 40°S, most preferably at least 50°C.

In accordance with another preferred method of connection - softner (i) pre-mixed, at least one cationic and/or nonionic surface-active substance with a single8-C28or alkyl, or alkenylphenol chain, and optionally, water, to form an intermediate mixture, and subsequently oil derived sugar (ii) is mixed with the specified intermediate mixture.

For this method the person is but preferably, when the cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) pre-mixed, at least one nonionic surface-active agent (as defined above) and, optionally, water.

Without much theorizing, it is assumed that the present invention prevents the formation of droplet structures "complexation between cationic compound - fabric softener (cationic compounds fabric softeners), and oil derived sugar (oil derived sugars), which, in turn, leads to a decrease in the tendency to instability relative to stratification ("education of cream") and/or the formation of lumps.

It is assumed that the joint laying complex mono-, di - and Trifonov oil derived sugar (oil derived sugars) with a cationic softening agent is prevented using this method. The above complex of mono-, di - and treatery oil derived sugar (oil derived sugars), as expected, are less compatible with cationic softener than the higher esters.

This joint styling changes/lower hydrophilic-lipophilic balance (HLB) of the mixture of surface-active substances, making it more likely the formation of rather emulsion type water in oil than the emulsion of the type oil-in-water. As a result, are both emulsi is, and it is assumed that this contributes to the formation of droplet structures "complexation". By using the method according to the present invention are limited opportunities for joint styling and prevents the formation of these drops.

Ingredients

(i) a Cationic compound, the fabric softner

The compositions contain at least one cationic compound, the fabric softener having two or more alkyl or alkenyl chains, each of which has an average chain length equal to, or greater than8.

Connection - softeners tissues based on Quaternary ammonium compounds, generally used as cationic compounds fabric softener, preferably for reasons connected with the environment, if the material on the basis of Quaternary ammonium is biologically degradiruem.

Preferably the cationic compound, the fabric softener is a combination of Quaternary ammonium compounds having two or more, for example three, C12-28alkyl or alkenyl chain, most preferably United to the nitrogen atom of at least one ester link. The Quaternary ammonium compounds having two or three C12-28alkyl or alkenyl circuit connected to the nitrogen atom via at least one ester bonds are the OS is especially preferred.

Especially suitable for use compounds have two or more alkyl or alkenyl chains, each of which has an average chain length equal to or greater than C14more preferably, equal to or greater than C16. Most preferably, at least 50% of the total number of alkyl or alkenyl chain has a chain length equal to or greater than C18.

Preferably, if the alkyl or alkeneamine chain cationic compounds fabric softener are predominantly linear.

In particular, can be used to join the fabric softener based on Quaternary ammonium compounds containing a polar head group and two or three alkyl or alkeneamine chains, each of which has an average chain length equal to or greater than14.

Cationic compounds - the fabric softener used in the compositions, are molecules that provide good abating. Some types of compounds, especially compounds of type (II), preferably characterized by a melting temperature chain with transitions from Lβ Lαgreater than 25°S, preferably greater than 35°S, most preferably greater than 45°C. the transition from Lβ Lα can be measured using DSC, as defined in "Handbook of Lipid Bilayers", D Marsh, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 1990 (page is 137 and 337}.

A first preferred type of material based on Quaternary ammonium compounds with an ester linkage for use as cationic compounds fabric softener represented by formula (I):

where each R1is independently selected from C1-4alkyl or hydroxyalkyl, or C2-4alkenylphenol groups; and where each R2is independently selected from C8-28alkyl or alkenylphenol groups;

T is a

X-is any suitable anion, including ion halide, acetate or lower alkalidata, such as the chloride or methosulfate, and n is 0 or an integer from 1 to 5.

Di(fallavollita)dimethylammoniumchloride and methyl bis-[ethyl(Calloway)]-2-hydroxyethylaminomethyl are particularly preferred. Chain greasy acids in these compounds can be solidified and can even be completely unsaturated, that is, preferred compounds include di(cured fallavollita)dimethylammoniumchloride and methyl bis-[ethyl(cured Calloway)]-2-hydroxyethylaminomethyl.

Commercially available compounds include compounds of a number of Tetranyl (Kao) and the number of Stepantex (from Stepan).

The second preferred the type of material based on Quaternary ammonium compounds with ester linkages for use as cationic compounds the fabric softner is represented by formula (II):

where R1, R2, n, T and X-are as defined above, and m is from 1 to 5.

Preferred materials of this class, such as 1,2 bis[cured mallawarachchi]-3-trimethylammoniumchloride, and the method of their preparation are described, for example, in U.S. patent 4137180 (Lever Brothers). Preferably these materials contain small amounts of the corresponding complex monoether, as described in U.S. patent 4137180, for example 1-cured, mallawarachchi-2-hydroxy-3-trimethylammoniumchloride.

The third preferred type of material based on Quaternary ammonium compounds with an ester linkage for use as cationic compounds fabric softener represented by formula (III):

where X-is the same as defined above, a represents an (m+n) valent radical remaining after removal of (m+n) hydroxy groups from an aliphatic polyol having p hydroxyl groups, and the atomic ratio of carbon to oxygen is in the range from 1.0 to 3.0, and up to 2 groups for the hydroxy-group is chosen from ethylene oxide and propylene oxide, m is 0 or an integer from 1 to p-n, n is an integer from 1 to p-m and p is an integer equal to at least 2, Is Alki envoy or alkylidene group, containing from 1 to 4 carbon atoms, R3, R4, R5and R6are independently of each other C1-C48alkyl or alkenylamine groups with straight or branched chain, with optional substitution with one or more functional groups and/or with an insert of at most 10 ethyleneoxide and/or propyleneoxide groups or at most two functional groups selected from the

or R4and R5can form a ring system containing 5 or 6 atoms in the ring, with the proviso that the average connection or has at least one group R having 22-48 carbon atoms or at least two groups R having 16-20 carbon atoms, or, at least, three groups R having 10-14 carbon atoms. Preferred compounds of this type are described in European patent EP 638639 (Akzo).

A preferred class of cationic agent - fabric softener based on Quaternary ammonium compounds, which do not contain ester groups of communication is determined by the formula (IV):

where each R1is independently selected from C1-4alkyl, hydroxyalkyl or C2-4alkenylphenol group; R2the group is independently selected from C8-28alkyl or alkenylphenol gr is PPI, and X-is the same as defined above.

The preferred material of the formula (IV) is di-cured for metal-dimethylammoniumchloride supplied under the trademark ARQUAD 2HT Akzo Nobel.

The compositions preferably include from about 0.5 wt.% up to 30 wt.% connection - softener (i), preferably 1-25%, more preferably 1.5 to 23%, most preferably 2-21%, relative to the total weight of the composition.

(ii) Oil derived sugar

The composition comprises at least one oil-derived sugar.

Oil derived sugar used in the composition preferably is a liquid or plastic solid derivative of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide specified derivative contains from 35 to 100% of the hydroxyl groups in the specified polyol or in the specified saccharide, which esterificados or aeriferous. The derivative has two or more ester or ether groups independently attached to C8-C22alkyl or alkenylphenol chain.

Oil derived sugar is also referred to here as CF-derived and RS-derived depending on whether it is derived from the source material of a cyclic polyol or of a starting material recovered saccharide, respectively.

Preferably from 35 is about 85%, most preferably from 40 to 80%, even more preferably from 45 to 75%, for example from 45 to 70% of the hydroxyl groups in the cyclic polyol or in the specified restored the saccharide are esterified or etherified with getting CF-derived or RS-derivative, respectively.

Preferably CF-derived or RS-derived contains 35% three - or higher esters, for example, at least 40%.

Used CF-derived and RS-derived no are essentially crystalline nature at 20°C. Instead, they are preferably in liquid or in solid plastic condition, as defined here below, at 20°C.

The source material of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide esterificated or tarifitsiruetsya with C8-C22alkyl or alkenyl circuits to their respective degrees of esterification or etherification, so that the derivatives are in the desired liquid or plastic solid state. These circuits may contain unsaturated, branched or mixed lots of chains.

For CF-derived and RS-derived consoles Tetra-, Penta -, and the like indicate only the average degree of esterification or etherification. These compounds exist as a mixture of materials ranging from complex monoey is and to fully esterified complex ester. They represent the average degree of esterification, as determined by mass, which is here mentioned.

As a rule, CF-derived and RS-derivative having 3 or more, preferably 4 or more, for example from 3 to 8, for example from 3 to 5, ester or ether groups or mixtures thereof. Preferably, if two or more ester or ether groups CF-derived or RS-derived independently from each other are joined to C8-C22alkyl or alkenylphenol chain. Alkyl or alkeneamine groups can be branched or straight carbon chain.

CF-derivatives are preferred for use in compositions. Inositol is a preferred cyclic polyol, and derivatives of Inositol are particularly preferred.

In the context of the present invention, the terms CF-derived and RS-derived cover all of the ether or ester derivatives of all forms of sugars, which are especially preferred for use in compositions. Examples of preferred saccharides of which must be received CF-derivatives and RS-derivatives, are monosaccharides and disaccharides.

Examples of monosaccharides include xylose, arabinose, galactose, fructose, sorbose and glucose. Glucose is particularly preferred. The example in the plant saccharides is sorbitol. Examples of disaccharides include maltose, lactose, cellobiose and sucrose. Sucrose is particularly preferred.

If CF is derived is obtained on the basis of the disaccharide, preferably, the disaccharide had 3 or more ester or ether groups attached to it. Examples include complex tri-, Tetra - and pentapora sucrose.

Where the cyclic polyol is regenerating sugar, it is advantageous if each ring CF-derived has one ester group, preferably in C1position. Examples of these compounds include derivatives methylglucose.

Examples of appropriate CF-derivatives include esters of alkyl(poly)glucosides, in particular Alkylglucoside esters having a degree of polymerization from 1 to 2.

HLB CF-derived and RS-derived, as a rule, is in the range between 1 and 3.

CF-derivatives and RS-derivatives may have a branched alkyl or alkeneamine chain (with different degrees of branching), the parts of the mixed chain and/or unsaturated areas. Derivatives having unsaturated and/or mixed areas alkyl chain, are particularly preferred.

One or more of the alkyl or alkenyl circuits (independently attached to the ester or ether groups) may contain, at the very measures which, one unsaturated bond.

For example, predominantly chain unsaturated fatty acids can be attached to the ester/ether groups, such as those attached group can be obtained from rapeseed oil, cottonseed oil, soybean oil, oil, oil, palmitoleic, linoleic, erucic or other vegetable sources of unsaturated fatty acids.

Alkyl or alkeneamine circuit CF-derived and RS-derived predominantly unsaturated, for example teratanavat sucrose, tetraradiate sucrose, tetralet sucrose, sucrose complex terrafire soybean oil or cottonseed oil, tetralet cellobiose, Triolet sucrose, terapeut sucrose, pentalead sucrose, interpet sucrose, Exalead sucrose, exerpt sucrose complex truefire sucrose complex intefere and sexualiry soybean oil or cottonseed oil, triolein glucose, tetralet glucose, Triolet xylose, or a complex of Tetra-, tri-, Penta - or sexualiry sucrose with any mixture of predominantly unsaturated fatty acid chains.

However, some CF-derivatives and RS-derivative works based on, alkyl or alkenyl chains derived from polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as tetraenoic sucrose, can be used if a large part of polyunsaturated groups was-is and using partial hydrogenation.

The most preferred liquid CF-derived and RS-derivatives are derived from those discussed in the previous three paragraphs, but such polyunsaturated where the patches are removed by partial hydrogenation.

Especially good results are obtained when the alkyl and/or alkeneamine circuit CF-derivatives and RS-derivative gain through the use of a mixture of fatty acids (for interaction with the original cyclic polyol or the reduced saccharide), which contains a mixture of tallow fatty acids and railaway, fatty acids, when the mass ratio of from 10:90 to 90:10, more preferably from 25:75 to 75:25, most preferably from 30:70 to 70:30. The mixture of fatty acids containing a mixture of tallow fatty acids and railaway fatty acids, when the mass ratio of from 60:40 to 40:60 is the most preferred.

Especially preferred are mixtures of fatty acids containing a mass ratio of approximately 50 wt.% sebaceous chains and 50 wt.% alilovic circuits. Particularly preferably, the mixture of fatty acids consisted only of a mixture of tallow fatty acids and railaway fatty acids.

Preferably 40% or more of the circuits contains an unsaturated bond, more preferably 50% or more, most preferably 60% or more, for example from 65 to 95%.

Oil p is osvitnye sugars, suitable for use in the compositions include pentalateral sucrose, tetralet sucrose, interact sucrose, tetraaryl sucrose and pentalead sucrose.

Usable materials include some of the materials of a number of Ryoto, available from Mitsubishi Called Foods Corporation.

Liquid or solid plastic CF-derivatives and RS-derivatives are characterized as materials related solid product : the liquid is in the range between 50:50 and 0:100 at 20°S, as measured by the relaxation time T2in NMR, preferably in the range between 43:57 and 0:100, most preferably between 40:60 and 0:100, for example between 20:80 and 0:100. The relaxation time T2in NMR is commonly used for characterization of the relationship solid product : liquid in plastic solid foods such as fats and Margarines. For the purposes of this invention, any component of the NMR signal with T2less than 100 microseconds, is regarded as a solid component and any component with T2greater than 100 microseconds, is considered as a liquid component.

Liquid or solid plastic CF-derivatives and RS-derivatives can be prepared using a variety of methods, well known to specialists in this field. These methods include acylation of the source material cyclic polyol or restore the run of the saccharide with the acid chloride; TRANS-esterification starting material cyclic polyol or restored saccharide using esters of fatty acids using a variety of catalysts; acylation of the source material cyclic polyol or restored saccharide with an acid anhydride and the acylation of the source material cyclic polyol or restored saccharide with a fatty acid. Typical compositions of these materials are described in U.S. patent 4386213 and patent Australia 14416/88 (Procter and Gamble).

The composition preferably contains from 0.5 to 50 wt.% oil derived sugar (ii), more preferably 1-25 wt.%, most preferably 2-20 wt.%, for example 3-15 wt.% in relation to the total weight of the composition.

The mass ratio of the cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) : oil-derived sugar (ii) preferably is in the range from 99:1 to 1:10, preferably in the range from 10:1 to 1:5, more preferably from 5:1 to 1:1, for example from 4:1 to 1:1. Cationic compound fabric softener (i) is preferably present in the composition in the amount of 50-99 wt.%, preferably 55-85 wt.%, more preferably 60-80 wt.% in relation to the total weight of the connection-softener (i) and oil-derived sugar (ii).

If oil derived sugar or connection - softner-based Quaternary am one contains gidrolabilna circuit, formed from compounds of fatty acids or fatty atilov, which are unsaturated or at least partially unsaturated (for example, have an iodine number from 5 to 140, preferably from 5 to 100, more preferably from 5 to 60, most preferably from 5 to 40, for example from 5 to 25), then the mass ratio of CIS: TRANS isomer in connection fatty acids/fatty acyl is greater than 20/80, preferably greater than 30/70, more preferably greater than 40/60, most preferably greater than 50/50, for example 70/30 or more. It is assumed that the higher the mass relations of CIS: TRANS isomers give the compositions containing the compound with the best low-temperature stability and minimal formation of odors. Suitable for use fatty acids include Radiacid 406 from Fina.

Saturated and unsaturated compounds of fatty acids/atilov can be mixed together in different amounts to create a connection with the desired iodine number.

Compounds of fatty acids/atilov can also, at least partially, be gidrirovanny to achieve a lower iodine numbers.

Of course, the mass relations of CIS:TRANS isomers can be controlled by hydrogenation using methods known in this field, for example by means of an optimum mixing with the use of the-Finance-specific catalysts and high availability for H 2.

Water

The compositions are aqueous compositions preferably contain water in an amount of at least 50 wt.%, more preferably at least 60 wt.%, for example, at least 70 wt.% in relation to the total weight of the composition. All the water or that part of it, which should be included in the composition, may be used to form an intermediate mixture of cationic compounds of fabric softener (i) and/or to the intermediate mixture to oil-derived sugar (ii).

Active ingredients

The active component used for formation of the intermediate mixture with a cationic compound - fabric softener (i) and/or oil-derived sugar (ii) before mixing the specified softener and specified derivative, preferably selected from one or more non-ionic surfactants, cationic surfactants and/or flavorings.

Cationic surfactant

The cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) and/or oil-derived sugar (ii) may separately be mixed, at least one cationic surface-active agent and, optionally, with water, with only C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, to form an intermediate mixture, before another component (ii) or (i) respectively is added to this intermediate mixture.

Oil derived sugar (ii) preferably separately pre-mixed, at least one cationic surface-active substance with a single C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain and, optionally, water, to form an intermediate mixture, before the cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) is added to this intermediate mixture.

Preferably the cationic surfactant has a single C8-C20alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, most preferably only C10-C18alkyl or alkenylphenol chain.

Suitable for use cationic surfactants include water-soluble compounds with Quaternary ammonium with a single circuit, such as cetyltrimethylammoniumbromide, cetyltrimethylammonium bromide, or any links from those listed in the European patent No. 258923 (Akzo). For example, the cationic surfactant may be alkyltrimethylammonium or chloride or alkilalkoksimyetilfosfinov or chloride. Examples include cetyltrimethylammoniumbromide and coconut pentamethoxytriphenyl and derivatives, in which at least two of the methyl groups on the nitrogen atom substituted (poly)alkoxylate the different groups.

Preferably, the cation in the cation surface-active substance is selected from alkyltrimethylammonium and their derivatives, in which at least two of the methyl groups on the nitrogen atom substituted (poly)-alkoxycarbonyl groups.

Any suitable counterion can be used in cationic surface-active substance. Preferred counterions for cationic surfactants include halides (especially chlorides), methosulfate, ethosulfate, tosylate, phosphate and nitrate.

Suitable for use with commercially available cationic surfactants include the number of Ethoquad from Akzo, such as Ethoquad 0/12 and Ethoquad HT/25.

The cationic surfactant is preferably present in an amount of 0.01-5 wt.%, preferably 0.05 to 3 wt.%, more preferably 0.1 to 2 wt.%, in relation to the total weight of the composition.

Nonionic surfactant

The cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) and/or oil-derived sugar (ii) can individually be mixed with at least one non-ionic surface-active agent and, optionally, with water, preferably with a single C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, most preferably alkoxycarbonyl nonionic surfactants is m, having specified circuit to form an intermediate mixture, before another component (ii) or (i) respectively mixed with a specified intermediate mixture.

Usable nonionic surfactants include the condensation products of primary or secondary C8-C30alcohols with straight or branched chain, preferably C10-C22alcohols, alkoxycarbonyl with 10 or more moles of accelerated, preferably 10-25 mol accelerated, more preferably in the range between 10 and 20, more preferably 11 to 20 mol accelerated. Preferably accelerated represents ethylene oxide, although it may be/include propoxylate group. The alcohols may be saturated, unsaturated, or branched.

The corresponding ethoxylates of alcohols include alcohol condensation product of coconut fatty alcohol with about 15-20 mol of ethylene oxide, for example, coconut 20 ethoxylate, and condensation products of the sebaceous alcohol with 10-20 mol of ethylene oxide, such as sebaceous 15 ethoxylate.

Other usable examples include alkylpolyglucoside and other surfactants based on sugar, for example an ethoxylated sorbite.

The nonionic surfactants preferably have an HLB of from about 8 to 20, bol is e preferably from 10 to about 20, most preferably, for example, from 11 to 18, for example 13-17.

Particularly preferably, the oil derived sugar (ii) pre-mixed with water and/or at least one nonionic surface-active substance with a single C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, to form an intermediate mixture, and subsequently the connection - softner (i)at least partially in the liquid/molten state is mixed with the above intermediate mixture.

Particularly preferably, the cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) pre-mixed, at least one nonionic surface-active substance with a single C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, preferably with alkoxycarbonyl surface-active agent, and optionally water, to form an intermediate mixture, and subsequently oil derived sugar mixed with the above intermediate mixture.

Also may include conventional types of anionic surfactants.

Typically, the composition will include one or more flavoring agents commonly used in compositions containing a fabric softener. The flavoring may be the active ingredient according to the present invention in that time, as the components described in the next section, they are not.

The ingredients present in small quantities

The composition may also contain one or more optional ingredients, selected from dyes, preservatives, protivovspenivayushchie electrolytes, nonaqueous solvents, buffers for pH regulation, media fragrances, fluorescent agents, dyes, hydrotropic substances, protivovspenivayushchie agents, agents that prevent the formation of deposits, enzymes, optical agents for improving the brightness of the cloud emulsions, antishrink agents, agents against crushing, agents against stains, germicides, fungicides, anti-corrosion agents, agents that promote the formation, antistatic agents, agents for protection from sunlight, agents for the preservation of colors and substances that facilitate Ironing.

Particularly preferably, if present optional ingredients in small quantities, which are polyelectrolytes, such as dye and preservative are added after the oil derived sugar and cationic agent, a fabric softener already in contact. If these components are added before this time, the obtained composition can be unstable, and/or may occur complexation oil derived sugar to cut the traditional connection - the fabric softener.

The composition can contain one or more antioxidants to reduce the odor of the composition, which can be formed during storage, for example, in amounts of from 0.0001 to 1 wt.% (in General). Preferably, the antioxidant contains at least one antioxidant inhibitor of initiation or at least one inhibitor of the distribution. Mixtures of these two types of antioxidants, as found, are particularly advantageous, especially in restoring the environment, with long-term unpleasant odor.

The composition may also contain fatty acids, such as C8-C24alkalemia or alkenilovyh monocarboxylic acid, or polymeric carboxylic acids. Preferred are saturated fatty acids, in particular hardened sebaceous C16-C18fatty acid.

It may be advantageous to the agent for viscosity control was present in the liquid compositions. Any agent for viscosity control, usually used in conjunction with air - conditioners, is suitable for use. Synthetic polymers are suitable for use by agents to control viscosity, for example polyacrylic acid, polivinilpirolidon, polyethylene, carbomer, transverse cross-linked polyacrylamides, such as polyethylene and polyethylene glycols ACOSOL 80/882. Also suitable for use as viscosity modifiers are deflocculate polymers.

Agents for viscosity control, such as polymers, can be included to achieve the desired viscosity of the final composition, if the consumer wants. These agents can help to improve the stability of the relative stratification for songs.

Other polymers may also be included in the composition. Suitable polymers include cationic and nonionic polymers. Particularly preferably, the polymers, especially cationic polymers, were included if the total number of oil-derived sugar and cationic agent - softener fabric is approximately equal to or less than 10 wt.%. Particularly preferably, the polymers were added as part of the intermediate mixtures with oil-derived sugar and/or cationic agent, a fabric softener.

Suitable for use cationic polymers include cationic huacalera, such as the number of polymers JAGUAR® (from Rhodia), cationic derivatives of cellulose, such as celquats® (from National Starch), UCARE polymers® (Amerchol), cationic starches, such as potato starch, such as SOFTGELS®for example BDA CS, and polymers of a number of SOLVITOSE®* bond from Cerestar, and AMYLOFAX® (Avebe), and polymers POLYGEL K100 and C from Sigma, cationic polyacrylamides, such the AK PCG (from Allied Colloids), a number of polymers FLOCAID® (from National Starch) and cationic derivatives of chitosan.

Suitable for use nonionic polymers include PLURONICS® (from BASF), dialkylamide PEG, cellulose derivatives, as described in GB 213730 (Unilever), hydroxyethyl cellulose, starch and hydrophobically modified nonionic polyols, such as ACUSOL® 880/882 (from Rohm & Haas).

Can be used any mixture of the above polymers.

The polymer can be used in the compositions in amounts of from 0.01 to 5 wt.% in relation to the total weight of the composition, more preferably 0.02 to 2.5 wt.%, for example, 0.05 to 2 wt.%.

Product form

Compositions produced using the method according to the present invention are in the form of a gel or liquid. Liquids, especially those that have emulsion component, are preferred.

the pH of the composition

The compositions of the present invention preferably have a pH from 1.5 to 7, more preferably from 1.5 to 5.

The method of processing tissue

The present invention also provides a method of processing tissue by applying compositions produced using the method described above. The composition may be applied to the fabric using any suitable method. The preferred methods are the treatment of the fabric during the wash at home, such as the ri soaking or rinse cycle of a home washing machine.

EXAMPLES

The present invention is further illustrated by the following non-limiting examples. The following examples within the present invention will be obvious to a person skilled in this field.

All percentages in the examples are mass relative to the total weight of the composition and refer to the quantity added of the source material, unless otherwise stated. Examples according to the present invention is marked with the numbers. Comparative examples are indicated by letters.

All the following examples are prepared in 200 ml of loading using three-stage vane wheel with longitudinal blades in the tank with reflective walls. The mixing speed is 800 rpm

For all examples, where the measured particle size, it is calculated from the refractive index of the liquid (according to (M. S. Mohammadi, Advances in Colloid and Interface Science 62 (1995) 17-29), which provides the measurement of in-situ d3,4; the higher the index of refraction for a given drug, the smaller particles. The refractive indices of stable emulsions are higher than the refractive indices unstable (the base value of the refractive index for comparison is the value for pure water RI=1,33300).

The refractive index specifies the size of the droplets and is correlated with the number of Capel is, that is, gives a measure for the average particle size. This, in turn, provides a measure of stability that can be expected when stored.

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Table 1

Examples of the source of the physical properties of dilute and concentrated compositions
Raw materialsAndB12
Cationic softening agent (1)2,17%---2,17%
Cationic softner (2)-to 2.65%2,12%2,12%-
Oil derived sugar (3)3,34%2,92%3,34%3,34%3,34%
Flavor0,24%0,24%0,24%0,24%0,24%
Demineralized waterup to 100%up to 100%up to 100%up to 100%up to 100%
Composition details     
The level of active agent / Mas.% (1)+ (2)+(3)5%5%5%5%5%
The mass ratio of oil: cationic softner2,01,42,02,02,0
Process temperature/° (5)5661636256
Emulsification (4)NoNoNoYesYes
Instability; bundleImmediatelyImmediatelyImmediatelyStableStable
Refractive index1,335251,333621,335561,336151,33608
Formed if the complex between (1) or (2) and (3)?YesYesYesNoNo

(1) is a di-cured tallow-dimethylammoniumchloride, approximately 77% of the active ingredient, 23% IPA (from Akzo Nobel);

(2) represents a 1,2-bis-[cured mallawarachchi]-3-trimethylammoniumchloride, approximately 78.5% of the active ingredient (material based on Quaternary ammonium + fatty acid in the ratio 6:1), 10% glycerol, 12% IPA (from Clariant);

(3) represents polyroot sucrose (mainly Tetra-, Penta - and hexaenoic)available to the to Ryoto ER290 from Mitsubishi Ryoto Foods Corporation;

(4) indicates, was formed in the beginning emulsion, or if there are lumps (structure of complexes);

(5) the temperature of the processing explained in the methods of cooking.

The examples were prepared as follows

Examples a and b: Oil-derived sugar and cationic softening agent were heated together to form a liquid melt. Added flavouring, once derived and softner fully floated together. This melt was added to water (which has already been added to the tank) for 5 minutes with stirring at 800 rpm process Temperature equal to the temperature of the water. The joint temperature of the melt was approximately 60°C.

Example: Prepared using method similar to example A, but the water was divided into two parts. 50% of the total amount of water has already been added into the vessel and the joint melt derived and softener was added to this water. The remaining 50% of the total amount of water was added slowly into the tank (temperature processing).

Examples 1 and 2: Oil-derived sugar and flavor were mixed and loaded into the container at 62°C. 50% of the total amount of water (at room temperature) was added over 5 minutes with stirring at 800 rpm Then the container is added to the molten cationic softner (approximately 65°C), then we use the remaining 50% is water.

Under the bundle ("the education of cream"), as used in the table and in the remaining fragments of the description, refers to the separation of droplets of the emulsion of water and lifting them to the top of the sample.

When the sample is marked "No" for emulsification, he showed poor or non-existent emulsification and formed large droplets, which quickly separated. Where in the example marked "Yes" for emulsification, was good emulsification, giving small droplets with small lumps or without them. This lack of emulsification does not mean simply that the oil phase and the phase of surface-active substances are separated. Additional information about the stability and the properties shown in the row "complex formation". If marked "Yes", there was one phase, but the resulting droplets showed normal structure of the emulsion and formed complexes of large particles (denoted as cluster or aggregate)due to complexation. These complexes are not chemical complexes.

Comparative examples a, b and C show that using a conventional preparation method, including direct mixing/joint fusion of cationic compounds fabric softener (cationic compounds for fabric softener) with oil-derived sugar is weak emulsi acacia and there is a separation of phases. However, when you follow the method according to the present invention, is a good emulsification and to form a stable composition.

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Table 2

Examples of fully cooked diluted mixtures of cationic compounds for fabric softeners and oil derivatives sugar (original physical properties)
Raw materialsExample 3Example 4
Cationic softner (2)3,06%2,55%
Oil derived sugar (3)2,40%2,80%
Flavor0,32%0,32%
Preservative 20% solution0,08%0,08%
The non0,015%0,015
Dye (1% solution)0,10%0,10%
Demineralized waterup to 100%up to 100%
Composition details  
The level of active agent / Mas.% (2) + (3)4,8%4,8%
The mass ratio of oil: cationic softner1,01,40
Process temperature/° (5)62
Emulsification (4)YesYes
Instability; bundleStableStable
Refractive index1,337961,33900
Formed if the complex between (2) and (3)?NoNo

(2), (3), (4), (5) - see above

Examples 3 and 4: a Mixture of oil-derived sugar and flavoring added to the tank. Then added cationic softening agent in the molten state and then adding the remaining water. Finally, the added components contained in small quantities (dye, anti-foam agent and a preservative).

Examples 1 and 2 and examples 3 and 4 demonstrate that when the components are contained in small quantities, such as a preservative, are included in the composition, it is desirable that they were added later in order to obtain a good emulsion, and the result is a stable composition.

(1), (2), (3), (4), (5) - see above;

(6A) represents the coconut 15 ethoxylate (Genapol 150 from Clariant);

(6b) is a coconut 20 ethoxylate (Genapol 200 from Clariant).

Example D: an Oil derived sugar, cationic softening agent and nonionic surfactant were heated together to melting. Arene is citator added to the molten mixture and it was loaded into the vessel at a temperature of processing. Into the vessel was slowly added water (temperature processing).

Example E: a Joint melt oil derived sugar, cationic softener and a nonionic surfactant was added to the water at 62°C. the Temperature was lowered to about 35°and With added flavoring.

Examples 5 and 6: Oil-derived sugar and flavoring added to 50% of the total amount of water. Cationic softening agent was added thereto in the form of melt together with the nonionic surface-active agent. Finally, add the remaining water.

Example 7 was prepared as described above, but the ingredients contained in small quantities, was added when the mixture of the sample was cooled to about 40°C.

The method according to the present invention gives the best results in terms of droplet size and stability (indicated by the refractive index). Although the presence of non-ionic surfactants and reduces the formation of complexes, the method according to the present invention produces a product with the best characteristics of the emulsion.

(1), (2), (3), (4), (6A) - see above

(7) represents a cationic softner DEEDMAC (~83% of the active component, including any fatty acid) and ~17% IPA (Kao);

(8A) is a cation modified potato starch (SOFTGEL BDA from Avebe) intheir original form, the material contains 100% active ingredient and is in a powdered state, it is added to prepare a solution;

(8b) is a hydrophobically modified hydroxyethyl cellulose, called NATRASOL 331 (from National Starch);

(9) several temperatures indicate (i) the temperature of hydration of the polymer, if the polymer is added first (see below), (ii) the temperature of the loaded water in which emulsification is carried out, and (iii) the temperature of the load, when you add the flavoring.

The examples were prepared using the following methods

Example F: Powdery polymer was added to the water when loaded 57°C and stirred at 800 rpm for about 10 minutes until completely not gidratirovana (which was indicated the formation of a transparent gel). The temperature load is reduced to 50°using recirculatory cold water through the jacket of the vessel. After this was added to the melt oil derived sugar, flavoring and cationic softener.

Example G: Melt the oil derived sugar, cationic softener and a nonionic surfactant was added into the vessel at 55°C. 50% of the total amount of water was slowly added under stirring at 800 rpm and Then the composition was cooled to 47°and added flavouring (flavouring had on the th temperature). The temperature load was further reduced to 30°and capacity was added to the polymer solution (1% solution).

Example N: was Prepared as example G, but everywhere used at higher temperatures because of the higher melting point of cationic softener.

Example 8: an Oil derived sugar added to water (62° (C) and was stirred for approximately 10 minutes. Then the container was added joint melt cationic softener and nonionic surfactants. Then the load was cooled to about 30°for added flavoring, and then added to the polymer solution (1% solution in water).

The comparison between these examples demonstrate that the addition of polymer-thickener appearance can be improved by slowing down the speed of the bundle. However, this approach does not prevent completely the formation of clusters. This is achieved, only if you follow the method according to the present invention.

These results demonstrate that the inclusion of non-ionic surfactants allows you to create a structure more similar to the emulsion. However, by pre-dosing oil derived sugar or its mixture with flavoring in the water structure of the emulsion can be obtained without the use of surfactants.

table width="90%" border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" frams="all"> Table 5Raw materialsExample IExample 9Example 10Example 11Cationic softner (2)2,55%2,0%2,55%7,16%Nonionic surfactant (6b)0,1%0,1%0,1%0,3%Oil derived sugar (3)2,8%2,8%2,8%7,875%Cationic surfactant (10)--0,25%0,70%Flavor0,32%0,32%0,32%0,95%Polymer-thickener (8b)0,05%0,05%0,05%-Demineralized waterup to 100%up to 100%up to 100%up to 100%Composition details    The level of active agent / Mas.% (2)+ (3)4,8%4,8%4,8%13,5%The mass ratio of oil: cationic softner1,41,41,4Process temperature/° (5)62/3562/3525/62/3525/62/35Emulsification (4)PartialYesYesYesStability in relation to stratificationNo (slow)StableStableStableThe formation of complexesYes, partialNoNoNo

(2), (3), (4), (5), (6b), (8b) - see above;

(10) represents cetyltrimethylammoniumbromide from Aldrich.

Example I: Joint melt cationic softener, nonionic surfactants and oil-derived sugar added to water (at a temperature of 62° (C) and stirred. Then the container was cooled to ~35°C, after which the polymer and the flavoring was added in the same order. The resulting mixture was unstable, with clearly visible complexes of particles.

Example 9: an Oil derived sugar added to water (62° (C) and stirred. Joint melt cationic softener and nonionic surfactants were then added with stirring. Then the container was cooled to room temperature, then added flavoring, and C is the 1% polymer solution.

Example 10: Cationic surfactant added to water at room temperature. Then the container was added the oil derived sugar while stirring. Then the container was heated to 62°and the capacity of the added joint melt cationic softener and nonionic surfactants and mixed. Then the container was cooled to room temperature, then added a 1% solution of the polymer, and then add the flavoring.

Example 11: Prepared according to the method of example 10, but the polymer was not added.

The results demonstrate that even with a non-ionic surface-active agent of the usual cooking method still leads to the formation of complexes drops and, as a consequence of instability. However, the degree to which the formation of the droplets decreases. When using the method according to the present invention complexation is excluded.

Table 6

A separate container for mixing. In examples 12 and 13 dispersion of cationic softener were prepared in the same container, and the dispersion of oil-derived sugar was used in another capacity before the dispersion was mixed
Raw materialsExample 12Example 13
Capacity 1   
Cationic softner (2)5,09%5,09%
Nonionic surfactant (I)0,20%0,2%
Demineralized waterup to 100%up to 100%
Process temperature/° (5)7575
Capacity 2  
Oil derived sugar (3)5,6%20%
Cationic surfactant (10)0,5%2%
Demineralized waterup to 100%up to 100%
Process temperature/° (5)Room temperatureRoom temperature
Then add the  
Flavor0,32%0,32%
The polymer (8b)0,05%0,05%
Details of the final composition  
The level of active agent / Mas.% (2)+(3)4,8%4,8%
The mass ratio of oil: cationic softner1,41,4
Stability StableStable
The formation of complexesNoNo

(2), (3), (5), (6b), (8b), (10) - see above.

The examples were carried out as follows

Example 12: In the tank 1 joint melt cationic softener and a nonionic surfactant was added to water (balanced at 75°). Then the container was cooled to room temperature. In the vessel 2 cationic surfactant was added in water (at room temperature), after which the stirred oil-derived sugar. Then the contents of vessel 2 were added to the contents of the container 1. Finally, the mixed polymer (1% solution) and flavoring.

Example 13: In the tank 1 joint melt cationic softener and a nonionic surfactant was added to water (balanced at 75°). Then the container was cooled to room temperature. In the vessel 2 cationic surfactant was added in water (room temperature), after which the stirred oil-derived sugars to form a concentrated dispersion of oil-derived sugar. The required quantity of the concentrated dispersion of the vessel 2 was added into the container 1 thus, to obtain a final concentration of 2.0% cationic softener and 2.8% of oil production is wow sugar. Finally, the mixed polymer (1% solution) and flavoring.

The comparison of these examples and the example I shows again that the structure of the complexes is eliminated and the stability increases.

Table 7

Comparison results for softness obtained by use of the compositions produced according to the present invention, and compositions produced using conventional methods

Examples carried out in accordance with the present invention was tested in comparison with control, commercial composition comprising a cationic softening agent (2) above.

Different concentrations of anionic media (1% solution ABS) has been used in such a way as described below
ExampleNo transferred substance1, 5 ml of the transferred substance3 ml of the transferred substance
Example G4,504,165,0
Example 15,003,404,50
Example 24,743,504,40
Control4,002,503,40

Characteristics bating examples was evaluated by adding a certain number proto the IPA, to deliver the equivalent of 2 ml of a dispersion of 5 wt.% (that is, 0.1 g of the active component 40 g of tissue) in 1 liter of tap water at ambient temperature, in teratomata. 1 ml of 1 wt.% solution of Las in 1 liter of water in the tank teratomata was added to stimulate anionic surfactants, transferred from the main wash.

Three pieces of fabric for Terry towels (8×8 cm, 40 g total weight) were placed in a tank of teratomata. Tissue was processed for 5 minutes at 65 rpm, subjected to a centrifugal wringer to remove excess liquid and dried on the rope during the night and was kondicionirovanie at 21°C and 65% relative humidity for 24 hours.

The abating of the tissues was estimated by the expert group of 4 people, using the test Protocol of paired tests in a circular system. Each group member was assessed by four sets of the studied tissues. Each set of the investigated tissues contain one tissue from each of the investigated system, which was evaluated. Group members were asked to evaluate the softness of the 8 point scale. Points softness was calculated using the methodology of "Analysis of variance". Lower values indicated a better abating estimated group members.

Examples 14-16: Fully cooked composition. Fully cooked compositions produced according to the ACLs method of the present invention, in the following the following table 8.

Table 8

ComponentsExample 14Example 15Example 16
Cationic softner(2)3,375--
Cationic softner (11)-9,7512,50
Nonionic surfactant (6b)0,100,751,50
Oil derived sugar (3)1,1253,251,00
Polymer-thickener (8b)0,005--
Flavor0,320,960,96
The preservative solution 20%0,0160,008-
Anti-foam agent (12)0,030,015-
Waterup to 100%up to 100%up to 100%

1, 3, 6b, 8b - see above;

11 - N,N-di(cured fallavollita)-N-hydroxyethyl-N-methylammonium sulfate, available as tetranyl ANT (85% active ingredient, from Kao);

12 - silybin.

Examples 14-16 were prepared as follows

The water was heated to 75°and examples 14 and 15) to relax is whether the preservative and protivovspenivayushchie agent. Oil derived sugar and nonionic surfactant were mixed and heated to 40°and was added to the mixture. Then the cationic surfactant was slowly added over 3-5 minutes and thoroughly mixed. The mixture was cooled to 50°and added flavouring and (example 14) polymer-thickener. Then the mixture was allowed to cool.

Table 9

Comparison results for intensity of flavor and duration of its action, obtained using the compositions produced according to the present invention, and compositions produced using conventional methods
 Wet5 hours, dry24 hour dry48 hours dry
Example G3,392,271,681.19
Example 13,252,271,260,60
Example 2of 3.072,241,240,79
Control2,881,530,950,56

The control was a commercially available concentrated fabric softner (the content is ASCII of 13.5 wt.% 1,2-bis[cured mallawarachchi]-3-trimethylammoniumchloride).

Fabrics for towels after shrinkage was treated with standard dose (0.25 wt.% the active component on the fabric) drugs prototype in teratomata. This was done by pre-loading one liter of tap water in Wirral tank teratomata. To stimulate the effects of anionic surfactants, transferred from the main washing, 1 ml of 1% solution of the linear Las were also added into the water. Three pieces of fabric (20 by 20 cm) were first soaked in water for one minute before removing and squeezing all the excess water. Then the prototype of the air-conditioner was added into the water and was fully dispersible before placing pieces of fabric in the water. The cloth was rinsed in water for 5 minutes before removing, have pressed centrifugal wringer and left to dry on the rope.

Pieces of fabric (three for each treatment) were then evaluated for odor intensity of flavor with the help of a trained group of professionals at different stages of the drying cycle: 5, 24 and 48 hours after rinsing. The odor intensity of flavor in each stage is evaluated from 0 to 5, where 0 refers to the absence of odor, flavor, and 5 very strong odour.

1. Method of preparation of aqueous compositions for bating fabrics, containing (i) at least one is finnoe connection fabric softner, having two or more alkyl or alkenyl circuits, each of which has an average chain length equal to or greater than C8and (ii) at least one oil-derived sugar, which is a liquid or plastic solid derivative of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide specified derivative contains from 35 to 100% of the hydroxyl groups in the specified polyol or in the specified saccharide, which are esterified or etherified, the specified derived additionally has two or more ester or ether groups independently connected With8-C22alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, (iii) at least 50 wt.% water, in which the cationic compound, the fabric softner (i) and/or oil-derived sugar (ii) separately mixed with other active component of the composition for bating tissue, with the exception of anionic surfactants, water, dyes, preservatives or other optional ingredients present in small quantities, to form an intermediate mixture before mixing the compounds of fabric softener (i) with oil-derived sugar (ii).

2. The method according to claim 1, in which the active component is a nonionic surfactant, a cationic surfactant homestore flavoring.

3. The method according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the oil derived sugar (ii) pre-mixing at least one cationic surface-active substance with a single C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, and/or non-ionic surface-active agent and, optionally, with water for forming an intermediate mixture, and subsequently the connection - softner (i)at least partially in a liquid or molten state is mixed with a specified intermediate mixture.

4. The method according to claim 3, characterized in that the intermediate mixture formed from oil-derived sugar (ii)is at a temperature of at least 30°C, preferably at least 40°S, most preferably at least 50°when the connection-softner (i) is mixed with it, or it is heated to a specified temperature after that.

5. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that the connection-softner (i) pre-mixing at least one cationic and/or nonionic surface-active substance with a single C8-C28alkyl or alkenylphenol chain, preferably with alkoxycarbonyl non-ionic surface-active agent, and, optionally, with water for forming an intermediate mixture, and subsequently the oil is e derived sugar (ii) is mixed with a specified intermediate mixture.

6. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that the connection-softner (i) is a compound of Quaternary ammonium compounds having two or more C12-C28alkyl or alkenyl chains, preferably attached to the nitrogen atom, at least one ester bond, preferably through two ester linkages.

7. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that the composition contains from 0.5 to 30% connection-softener (i) in relation to the total weight of the composition.

8. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that the oil derived sugar is a liquid or plastic solid derivative of a cyclic polyol or restored saccharide, where 40-80%, preferably 45-75% of hydroxyl groups in the specified polyol or in the specified saccharide are esterified or etherified.

9. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that the composition contains from 0.5 to 50% oil derived sugar relative to the total weight of the composition.

10. The method according to any of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that the mass ratio of the connection-softner:oil derived sugar is in the range from 99:1 to 1:10, preferably from 10:1 to 1:5.

11. Aqueous composition for bating fabric, the floor is obtained by using the method according to any one of claims 1 to 10.

12. The method of processing the tissue by applying the composition according to item 11.



 

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