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  • HEC For Textile

    HEC hydroxyethyl cellulose has many advantages in textile,dyeing and printing applications.Fabric sizingHEC has long been used for sizing and dyeing yarns and fabrics. This slurry can be washed away from the fibers by water. In combination with other resins, HEC can be more widely used in fabric tre

  • HEC For Cosmetics And Personal Care

    Hydroxyethyl cellulose HEC is an important component in cosmetics and personal care. The solubility and viscosity properties of hydroxyethyl cellulose HEC play a full role in keeping the balance, so that the original shape of cosmetics can be maintained even in hot and cold seasons. In addition, it

  • HEC For Detergent

    HEC Hydroxyethyl cellulose is a white to pale yellow fibrous or powdery solid. Non-toxic, tasteless. It is a nonionic cellulose ether, soluble in cold and hot water due to the hydrophilic hydroxyethyl in the molecule. Its aqueous solution has a pH value of 6.5 ~ 8.5 and is stable to heat. HEC has di

  • HEC For Hair Care

    HEC hydroxyethyl cellulose is an effective film forming agent, binder, thickener, stabilizer and dispersant in hair sprays, hair neutralizers, hair care agents and shampoos,cosmetics. Its thickening and protective colloid properties can be used in liquid and solid detergent industry. HEC dissolves q

  • HEC For Oil Drilling

    Hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is widely used in many industrial sectors for its excellent properties of thickening, suspension, dispersion and water retention. Especially in the oil field, HEC has been used in drilling, completion, workover and fracturing processes, mainly as a thickener in brine, an

  • HEC For Paint

    SummaryHEC is short for hydroxyethyl Cellulose. Hydroxyethyl cellulose HEC is a white or pale yellow, tasteless, non-toxic, fibrous or powdery solid prepared by the etherification of alkaline cellulose and ethylene oxide (or chloroethanol). It is a non-ionic soluble cellulose ether. As a non-ionic s