Pro-THK (Thickening Emulsifier for Abmectin, Emamectin EC) (CAS NO: )

Pro-THK is a thickening emulsifier to make Abamectin, Emamectin benzoate, Acetochlor, Acetamiprid EC. Generally there is no need to add other emulsifier in the formulation. The final EC product is of adjustable viscosity, good emulsion ability and storage stability.

Key Specifications:
Appearance: Brown sticky liquid
pH range (1% wt, 25℃): 5.0-7.0
Water content: ≤ 0.5 %


Product Usage:
(1) Large-scale production to be based on trail tests.
(2) Water bath heating 70-90 ℃ before usage to make better fluidity of the sticky product.
(3) Solvents: Xylene, Toluene, mixed benzene, Aromatic hydrocarbon solvent oil, etc. Vegetable oil or fatty acid methyl ester can be added to improve efficacy.
(4) DFM and Methanol may affect the viscosity of the formulation. Decrease the dosage of them as co-solvent if possible.
(5) Dosage of Pro-THK: 25%-40%.

Sample of Pro-THK:


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