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Emulsifier with excellent solubility in vegetable oils

Emulsogen ELO 200

Emulsogen ELO 200 is a fatty acid ethoxylate which is used as nonionic emulsifier in metal cutting & grinding fluids (emulsions, semi-synthetic) and rolling emulsions. 

It provides excellent emulsification properties in particular for vegetable oils, synthetic esters or combination of these. It dissolves easily in such ester oils to form clear and stable solutions. Emulsogen ELO 200 is highly compatible with other formulation components and can also be used for mineral oil based concentrates. Furthermore the product shows outstanding lime soap dispersing power, being able to disperse large quantities of calcium oleate or tallate. Emulsogen ELO 200 also acts as anti-wear additives and improves lubricity.
  • Excellent emulsification properties
  • Clearly oil soluble in vegetable oils (e.g. rapeseed), synthetic esters or combination of these
  • Outstanding lime soap dispersing properties
  • Good compatibility with other formulation components
  • High thermal stability
  • Contributes to anti-wear and lubrication
  • Free of hazardous label
Product details
Product Function
  • Nonionic emulsifier
Chemical Type
  • Castor oil ethoxylates
  • Rolling
  • Metal working fluids (semi-synthetic)
  • Metal working fluids (milky-type)
Technical data
Product groupFatty acid ethoxylate
Cloud point (BDG solution EN 190)32 °C 
pH (1% in water)
Acid value< 10
Pour point< -21 °C
Solubility in waterdispersible
Solubility in mineral oilnaphthenic: soluble
paraffinic: dispersible
hydrocrack: dispersible
Solubility in vegetable oilsoluble
TGA inflection point>389 °C
TGA deposits0.3%
  • Metalworking fluids (emulsions, semi-synthetic)
  • Rolling emulsions


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