Colloid Micelle Cleaners



The heart of this new chemistry is the technology used to create a colloidal micelle. This technology presents a highly concentrated bio-based cleaning product which utilizes the unique properties of colloidal micelles in order to tackle almost any kind of cleaning situation. The micelle molecules are able to break down organic molecules such as hydrocarbons and can be formulated into effective cleaning, degreasing, emulsifying and encapsulating agents. Each micelle measures one nanometer across which is equivalent to the size of ten hydrogen atoms. The encapsulation action of these nano-scale molecules enable then to penetratr through and emulsify hydrocarbons such as wax, grease or oil and remove stains. These micelles offer inherent advantages over traditional chemicals in reduced application rate, more rapid and reliable activation and extended long-term effect.


Technology Benefits

Colloidal holding properties to prevent re-deposition of dirt & greaseDiverse applications in various industries Time, labour & cost savingsPrevents multiple chemical sensitivity High dermatological safety, no hand gloves or protective clothing required100% bio-based, non-toxic & biodegradablenon-fuming, non-flammable & environmentally friendly


Technology  Application

This remarkable technology provides a platform for various cleaning formulations with a broad spectrum of applications ranging from food processing to industrial and commercial cleaning. It is also highly effective for a myriad cleaning applications in industries such as automotive, marine & offshore, janitorial maintenance, manufacturing, hospitality, medical care, schools and food & beverage processing. It can be formulated to work with a variety of surfaces, including metal, plastic, fabric, vinyl, rubber, painted surface, and even leather. 


Detailed Technology Description

Micelles are extremely sub-microscopic and electrically charged particles that repel each other like opposing magnets in a ceaseless random movement, when activated in water. Each micelle has an opposite charge, one hydrophilic  a hydrophilic (water-seeking) head and a hydrophobic (water-repelling) tail. The hydrophobic tails attract each other, thus forming the centre of the micelle while the hydrophilic heads aggregate to form the outer, charged surface.These micelles repel each other while penetrating dirt, greases and oils that they come contact with. When a micelle comes into contact with hydrocarbons or other highly viscous and sticky materials, the center of the micelle bonds to the substances. This encapsulation action enable them to penetrate through and locks the substances in colloidal suspension, lifting them from the surface to which they were adhered. Thus this, technology can be formulated into effective and versatile cleaners that act by disrupting the attraction between viscous, sticky, hydrocarbon based spills and the surface.  


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