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Looking To Update Some Of The Hydrocarbons We Use In Our Additive

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#1 finn


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Posted 22 January 2015 - 03:44 PM

We have a additive that we are trying to fine tune with more modern, efficient and cost effective properties.


We are looking for both ideas and to hire a chemical engineer as a consultant on the project.


We are looking for either a complete eco friendly replacement for the hydr carbons we use in the additive.  We mainly use the hydrocarbons for the hydrophobic properties in them.


Or we would like to use inexpensive, safe aliphatic hydrocarbons instead of the expensive ones we use now.



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