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Liquid Detergents Manufacturing Process

The liquid detergent manufacturing consists of a wide range processing and packaging operations and the size and complexities of these operations may vary depending on factors, such as the size of plant and the manufacturing process undertaken. products may range from an all-purpose laundry cleaner to specialty cleaner such as glass cleaner.

The first step in the manufacturing of liquid detergents is the selection of raw materials. Raw materials are selected on the basis of several factors, such as human and environmental safety, cost, compatibility with other ingredients and the form and he specific properties desired in the final product. While the actual production processes may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, some processes and techniques are common for all.

Chemical Processes
For manufacturing liquid detergent, both the batch as well as continuous blending processes is used. Both batch and continuous blending processes are used to manufacture liquid and gel cleaning products. Stabilizers may be added during manufacturing to ensure the uniformity and stability of the finished product.

In a typical continuous process, dry and liquid ingredients are added and blended to a uniform mixture using in-line or static mixers.

Chemical Processes Recently, more concentrated liquid products have been introduced and a technique for developing these products is through the use of new high-energy mixing processes in combination with stabilizing agents.

To make liquid detergent, the dry powder is simply mixed back in with a solution consisting of chemicals and water, called as "solubilizers." These chemicals help the water and detergent to blend together more evenly. The amount of light reflected, in comparison to the amount reflected by a sample of the original fabric, is a measure of the degree of cleanliness. A reflection rate of 98 % is considered as quite good and shows that the detergent has cleaned properly.

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