Due to their non-polar structure, oils are generally not soluble in water with a polar structure. In fact, when oil is added to water, it forms a separate phase on top of the water, so they are called immiscible.
When the mixture of oil and water is shaken vigorously, the two liquids will disperse into one another, and an emulsion is formed. Such an emulsion, however, is unstable and changes into two phases in a short time.
Due to their application in industries, such as metalworking or textiles, some industrial oils need to be dissolved in water and used in the form of emulsion. Due to the high surface tension between oil and water, Stable emulsion of these two liquids is difficult to form.
With their proper structure, emulsifiers reduce the surface tension between oil and water and make the emulsion stable.
Khonak Kar Sepahan production unit has produced two types of emulsifier, which can be applied in metalworking fluids and textile oils:
Emulsifier for textile oil KH-EM2000
This product is an ionic emulsifier suitable for oils and paraffins and with its antistatic property can be used for soluble oils in the textile industry.
Emulsifier for metalworking fluid KH-EM1000
This product is an ionic emulsifier and is suitable for base oils with a flash point above 170 ° C. By creating a stable emulsion, this emulsifier is usable for a variety of soluble oils used in metalworking operations.
- Having lubricating properties
- Reluctance to create foam
- High thermal stability
- Resistant to water hardness
- Low pour point
- Having anti-corrosion properties
- Having antibacterial properties
- Ability to pump at low temperatures
PH (5% emulsion)
Percentage of active ingredients
Density (15 oC)
Viscosity (25 oC)