Features and Advantages:
- Soluble in water
- Alkalizing agent
- Ammonia-like smell
- Triethanolamine is primarily used as a surfactant which reduces the surface tension between two media.
- Triethanolamine is used to neutralize fatty acids, adjust pH and buffer the solutions in the formulation of liquid detergents, cosmetics, and etc.
- Triethanolamine is used as an intermediate agent in the production of surfactants, special textiles, waxes, polishes, herbicides, oil dischargers, toiletries, cement additives, and cutting oils.
- Used as a corrosion inhibitor in the production of lubricants.
- Used as an illustrious in 3D photos.
- Used in textile industry as a cleaner and bleacher for fibers and wool.
- Triethanolamine is used in the pharmacy in order to formulate salts for injectable solutions and in analgesic preparations.