Neonol-oxyethylated monoalkylphenol based on propylene trimers, a transparent oily liquid from colorless to yellowish color, is a highly effective non-ionic surfactant.
In the oil industry: neonol is used to intensify oil production. The main consumers of neonol in the modern oil refining business are corporations that use the so-called fracking method for the extraction of deep-lying layers of oil, as well as for the extraction of oil previously considered to be unprofitable or unprofitable for production due to the lack of simple and effective solutions for processing incoming raw materials.
Used in the textile, pulp and paper industry.
It is used as a means of protecting and regulating the growth of plants.
Used as a component in the composition of lubricating and cooling, hydraulic and other process fluids.
Used in ferrous metallurgy.
Used as the active one bases for detergents for technical purposes.
It is used as a raw material for the synthesis of some types of active base of textile auxiliary products.