Polymeric Foaming Agents for Alcohol Hand Sanitizers
DEA-free foaming agents optimized for foaming aqueous alcohol solutions produce a thick lather of fast-drying foam.
Glycerin-containing Surfactant for Personal Care and Cleaning Products
Glycerin-containing, bio-based anionic surfactant for use in personal care and cleaning formulations.
Hard Surface Cleaning and Treatment
Products which can improve hard surface cleaners and protectors
Powerful After-Market Products for Carpet and Upholstery
Products which provide excellent cleaning properties, soil and stain resistance, oil and water repellency, and anti-redeposition for carpet and upholstery
Amphoteric dipropionates, nonionic amine oxides, and sulfur-containing anionic surfactants for your formulations.
Fluorosurfactants for HI&I Applications
Fluorosurfactants which provide excellent surface tension reduction and surface wetting for Household, Industrial, & Institutional applications.
Odor Absorber Flexisorb OD-120ZnR
Bio-based Odor Neutralizing Ingredient
Fluorosurfactant Thetawet FS-8250
Very low foaming, VOC-free anionic Fluorosurfactant with excellent wetting and leveling
Flexisperse 184 Co-Builder
Improves soil suspension and anti-redeposition in liquid laundry and dish formulations
Fluorosurfactant Thetawet FS-8050
Provides exceptional surface tension reduction and is VOC-free
Presentation by Dr. Bruce Baker at H3i Conference
Dr. Bruce Baker gave a presentation on "Carpet and Upholstery Care" at the H3i Household, Industrial, and Institutional Ingredients Conference on May 15 in Manchester, UK. Dr. Baker is the ICT VP of New Business & Product Development.
ICT Hosts Community First Responders for a Training Drill
ICT Riverside Drive site hosts Community First Responders for a training session.
Dr. Bruce Baker presents paper at Southern Society for Coatings Technology Conference
Dr. Bruce E. Baker gave a presentation on "New Generation of Fluorinated Surfactants" at the Southern Society for Coatings Technology Conference.
ICT Hosts STEM Academy Students
Rising ninth-grade students visited ICT as part of their STEM summer science camp.