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Colloidal Chemistry Debunks The Myth That Green Cleaners Do Not Perform
National Colloid, manufacturer of SuperC environmental cleaners, is raising the bar with the expansion of its industrial strength colloidal cleaning line. Environmentally responsible companies no longer need to choose toxic industrial cleaners.
By: National Colloid
SuperC Industrial cleaners are made from a proprietary colloidal solution comprised of plant-based, non-ionic surfactants that create, through a special blending process, nano-sized particles called "micelles", the workhouse behind this new technology. Micelles are extremely small electrically charged particles (.00000001 cm) that repel each other like opposing magnets when activated with water. Each end of a micelle has an opposite charge, one hydrophilic (affinity for water), while the other is hydrophobic (antagonistic to water). These micelles repel each other in a ceaseless random movement, while penetrating dirts, greases and oils they come in contact with. Once hydrocarbon molecules or other highly viscous and sticky materials become attached to the colloidal micelle, they are locked in colloidal suspension. The grease, oil and dirt are no longer able to attach to the surface, allowing them to be easily rinsed away. Dwell time, agitation and increased temperature all enhance the effectiveness of the product. Because of the unique way in which SuperC cleaners work, there are no adverse side effects to humans, animals or plants and no handling precautions are necessary.
About National Colloid:
National Colloid is the manufacturer of SuperC Colloidal Cleaners and Degreasers. For over 40 years, they have provided industry with an alternative to petroleum-based formulas with their aqueous, nontoxic cleaning products that provide high performance and safety for workers and the environment.
For information about National Colloid visit: www.nationalcolloid.com
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