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OPTICAL BRIGHTENER TINOPAL

Detergent optical Brightener

Optical Brightener Tinopal
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Optical Brightener Tinopal

Rs 1,620 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kg

End UseDetergent Whitener
TypeDivalent
Packaging TypeBag / Fibre Drum
ClassificationDirect Brighteners
FormFree Flowing Powder
ColorGreenish Yellow
BrandTS GROUP
Packaging Size25 Kgs
MaterialTINOPAL

Mainly used for Detergent Manufacturers

Optical brighteners, optical brightening agents (OBAs), fluorescent brightening agents (FBAs) or fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs) are chemical compounds that absorb light in the ultraviolet and violet region (usually 340-370 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum, and re-emit light in the blue region (typically 420-470 nm) by fluorescence. Fluorescent emission is a short-lived period of light emission by a fluorophore, unlike phosphorescence, which is long-lived. These additives are often used to enhance the appearance of color of fabric and paper, causing a "whitening" effect; they make intrinsically yellow/orange materials look less so, by compensating the deficit in blue and purple light reflected by the material, with the blue and purple optical emission of the fluorophore.

Common use

Brighteners are commonly added to laundry detergents to make the clothes appear cleaner. Normally cleaned laundry appears yellowish, which consumers do not like.Optical brighteners have replaced bluing which was formerly used to produce the same effect.

Brighteners are used in many papers, especially high brightness papers, resulting in their strongly fluorescent appearance under UV illumination. Paper brightness is typically measured at 457 nm, well within the fluorescent activity range of brighteners. Paper used for banknotes does not contain optical brighteners, so a common method for detecting counterfeit notes is to check for fluorescence.

Optical brighteners have also found use in cosmetics. One application is to formulas for washing and conditioning grey or blonde hair, where the brightener can not only increase the luminance and sparkle of the hair, but can also correct dull, yellowish discoloration without darkening the hair. Some advanced face and eye powders contain optical brightener microspheres that brighten shadowed or dark areas of the skin, such as "tired eyes".

A side effect of textile optical whitening is to make the treated fabrics more visible with Night Vision Devices than non-treated ones. This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications. Optically brightened paper is often not useful in exacting photographic or art applications, since the whiteness decreases with time.

End uses of optical brighteners include:

Detergent whitener (instead of bluing agents)Paper brightening (internal or in a coating)Fiber whitening (internal, added to polymer melts)Textile whitening (external, added to fabric finishes)Color-correcting or brightening additive in advanced cosmetic formulas (shampoos, conditioners, eye makeup)

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Optical Brightener Megamani Megawhite DT
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Optical Brightener Megamani Megawhite DT

Rs 1,750 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Kg

End UseDetergent Whitener
TypeDivalent
Packaging TypePaper Corrugated Box
ClassificationDirect Brighteners
FormFree Flowing Powder
ColorGreenish Yellow
BrandMEGAMANI
Packaging Size20 Kgs
MaterialTINOPAL

Mainly used for Detergent Manufacturers

Optical brighteners, optical brightening agents (OBAs), fluorescent brightening agents (FBAs) or fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs) are chemical compounds that absorb light in the ultraviolet and violet region (usually 340-370 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum, and re-emit light in the blue region (typically 420-470 nm) by fluorescence. Fluorescent emission is a short-lived period of light emission by a fluorophore, unlike phosphorescence, which is long-lived. These additives are often used to enhance the appearance of color of fabric and paper, causing a "whitening" effect; they make intrinsically yellow/orange materials look less so, by compensating the deficit in blue and purple light reflected by the material, with the blue and purple optical emission of the fluorophore.

Common use

Brighteners are commonly added to laundry detergents to make the clothes appear cleaner. Normally cleaned laundry appears yellowish, which consumers do not like.Optical brighteners have replaced bluing which was formerly used to produce the same effect.

Brighteners are used in many papers, especially high brightness papers, resulting in their strongly fluorescent appearance under UV illumination. Paper brightness is typically measured at 457 nm, well within the fluorescent activity range of brighteners. Paper used for banknotes does not contain optical brighteners, so a common method for detecting counterfeit notes is to check for fluorescence.

Optical brighteners have also found use in cosmetics. One application is to formulas for washing and conditioning grey or blonde hair, where the brightener can not only increase the luminance and sparkle of the hair, but can also correct dull, yellowish discoloration without darkening the hair. Some advanced face and eye powders contain optical brightener microspheres that brighten shadowed or dark areas of the skin, such as "tired eyes".

A side effect of textile optical whitening is to make the treated fabrics more visible with Night Vision Devices than non-treated ones. This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications. Optically brightened paper is often not useful in exacting photographic or art applications, since the whiteness decreases with time.

End uses of optical brighteners include:

Detergent whitener (instead of bluing agents)Paper brightening (internal or in a coating)Fiber whitening (internal, added to polymer melts)Textile whitening (external, added to fabric finishes)Color-correcting or brightening additive in advanced cosmetic formulas (shampoos, conditioners, eye makeup)

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Optical Brightener Tinopal CBS-X
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Optical Brightener Tinopal CBS-X

Rs 1,670 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Kg

End UseDetergent Whitener
TypeDivalent
Packaging TypeFIBRE DRUM,HDPE BAG
ClassificationDirect Brighteners
FormPowder
ColorGreenish Bright Yellow
BrandTS GROUP
Packaging Size25,50 Kgs
MaterialTINOPAL

Optical brighteners, optical brightening agents (OBAs), fluorescent brightening agents (FBAs) or fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs) are chemical compounds that absorb light in the ultraviolet and violet region (usually 340-370 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum, and re-emit light in the blue region (typically 420-470 nm) by fluorescence. Fluorescent emission is a short-lived period of light emission by a fluorophore, unlike phosphorescence, which is long-lived. These additives are often used to enhance the appearance of color of fabric and paper, causing a "whitening" effect; they make intrinsically yellow/orange materials look less so, by compensating the deficit in blue and purple light reflected by the material, with the blue and purple optical emission of the fluorophore.

Common use

Brighteners are commonly added to laundry detergents to make the clothes appear cleaner. Normally cleaned laundry appears yellowish, which consumers do not like.Optical brighteners have replaced bluing which was formerly used to produce the same effect.

Brighteners are used in many papers, especially high brightness papers, resulting in their strongly fluorescent appearance under UV illumination. Paper brightness is typically measured at 457 nm, well within the fluorescent activity range of brighteners. Paper used for banknotes does not contain optical brighteners, so a common method for detecting counterfeit notes is to check for fluorescence.

Optical brighteners have also found use in cosmetics. One application is to formulas for washing and conditioning grey or blonde hair, where the brightener can not only increase the luminance and sparkle of the hair, but can also correct dull, yellowish discoloration without darkening the hair. Some advanced face and eye powders contain optical brightener microspheres that brighten shadowed or dark areas of the skin, such as "tired eyes".

A side effect of textile optical whitening is to make the treated fabrics more visible with Night Vision Devices than non-treated ones. This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications. Optically brightened paper is often not useful in exacting photographic or art applications, since the whiteness decreases with time.

End uses of optical brighteners include:

Detergent whitener (instead of bluing agents)Paper brightening (internal or in a coating)Fiber whitening (internal, added to polymer melts)Textile whitening (external, added to fabric finishes)Color-correcting or brightening additive in advanced cosmetic formulas (shampoos, conditioners, eye makeup)

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Optical Brightener Tinopal Cbs-x Equal (Ts Hnx)
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Optical Brightener Tinopal Cbs-x Equal (Ts Hnx)

Rs 1,660 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Kg

End UseDetergent Whitener
Packaging TypeFibre Drum
ClassificationDirect Brighteners
FormFree Flowing Powder
ColorGreenish Yellow
BrandTS GROUP
Packaging Size25 Kgs
MaterialTINOPAL

Mainly Used for Detergent Manufacturers

Optical brighteners, optical brightening agents (OBAs), fluorescent brightening agents (FBAs) or fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs) are chemical compounds that absorb light in the ultraviolet and violet region (usually 340-370 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum, and re-emit light in the blue region (typically 420-470 nm) by fluorescence. Fluorescent emission is a short-lived period of light emission by a fluorophore, unlike phosphorescence, which is long-lived. These additives are often used to enhance the appearance of color of fabric and paper, causing a "whitening" effect; they make intrinsically yellow/orange materials look less so, by compensating the deficit in blue and purple light reflected by the material, with the blue and purple optical emission of the fluorophore.

Common use

Brighteners are commonly added to laundry detergents to make the clothes appear cleaner. Normally cleaned laundry appears yellowish, which consumers do not like.Optical brighteners have replaced bluing which was formerly used to produce the same effect.

Brighteners are used in many papers, especially high brightness papers, resulting in their strongly fluorescent appearance under UV illumination. Paper brightness is typically measured at 457 nm, well within the fluorescent activity range of brighteners. Paper used for banknotes does not contain optical brighteners, so a common method for detecting counterfeit notes is to check for fluorescence.

Optical brighteners have also found use in cosmetics. One application is to formulas for washing and conditioning grey or blonde hair, where the brightener can not only increase the luminance and sparkle of the hair, but can also correct dull, yellowish discoloration without darkening the hair. Some advanced face and eye powders contain optical brightener microspheres that brighten shadowed or dark areas of the skin, such as "tired eyes".

A side effect of textile optical whitening is to make the treated fabrics more visible with Night Vision Devices than non-treated ones. This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications. Optically brightened paper is often not useful in exacting photographic or art applications, since the whiteness decreases with time.

End uses of optical brighteners include:

Detergent whitener (instead of bluing agents)Paper brightening (internal or in a coating)Fiber whitening (internal, added to polymer melts)Textile whitening (external, added to fabric finishes)Color-correcting or brightening additive in advanced cosmetic formulas (shampoos, conditioners, eye makeup)

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Ciba Optical Brightener  Tinopal
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Ciba Optical Brightener Tinopal

Rs 1,690 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Kg

Packaging Size25 kgs
End UseDetergent Whitener
TypeDivalent
Country of OriginMade in India
FormPowder
Product CodeCbs X
ColorGreen
Packaging Type25 Kgs

Detergent optical Brightener CIBA BRAND

Optical brighteners, optical brightening agents (OBAs), fluorescent brightening agents (FBAs) or fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs) are chemical compounds that absorb light in the ultraviolet and violet region (usually 340-370 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum, and re-emit light in the blue region (typically 420-470 nm) by fluorescence. Fluorescent emission is a short-lived period of light emission by a fluorophore, unlike phosphorescence, which is long-lived. These additives are often used to enhance the appearance of color of fabric and paper, causing a "whitening" effect; they make intrinsically yellow/orange materials look less so, by compensating the deficit in blue and purple light reflected by the material, with the blue and purple optical emission of the fluorophore.

Common use

Brighteners are commonly added to laundry detergents to make the clothes appear cleaner. Normally cleaned laundry appears yellowish, which consumers do not like.Optical brighteners have replaced bluing which was formerly used to produce the same effect.

Brighteners are used in many papers, especially high brightness papers, resulting in their strongly fluorescent appearance under UV illumination. Paper brightness is typically measured at 457 nm, well within the fluorescent activity range of brighteners. Paper used for banknotes does not contain optical brighteners, so a common method for detecting counterfeit notes is to check for fluorescence.

Optical brighteners have also found use in cosmetics. One application is to formulas for washing and conditioning grey or blonde hair, where the brightener can not only increase the luminance and sparkle of the hair, but can also correct dull, yellowish discoloration without darkening the hair. Some advanced face and eye powders contain optical brightener microspheres that brighten shadowed or dark areas of the skin, such as "tired eyes".

A side effect of textile optical whitening is to make the treated fabrics more visible with Night Vision Devices than non-treated ones. This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications. Optically brightened paper is often not useful in exacting photographic or art applications, since the whiteness decreases with time.

End uses of optical brighteners include:

Detergent whitener (instead of bluing agents)Paper brightening (internal or in a coating)Fiber whitening (internal, added to polymer melts)Textile whitening (external, added to fabric finishes)Color-correcting or brightening additive in advanced cosmetic formulas (shampoos, conditioners, eye makeup)

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Detergent Optical Brightener
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Detergent Optical Brightener

Rs 1,250 / KilogramGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Kilogram

End UseDetergent Whitener
TypeDivalent
BrandTS GROUP
Packaging Size25 Kgs
Packaging TypeBag / Fibre Drum
ClassificationDirect Brighteners
FormFree Flowing Powder
ColorGreenish Yellow Powder
Weight25 kgs
Moisture0.05
MaterialTINOPAL

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Optical Whitenings Agent
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Optical Whitenings Agent

Rs 1,350 / KilogramGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Kilogram

End UseDetergent Whitener
Packaging Size25 Kgs
Packaging TypeBag /Drum
TypeDivalent
ClassificationDirect Brighteners
BrandTS GROUP
Moisture 0 5 Max0.05

Detergent Optical Brightener

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Optical Brightener Tinopal Liquid Detergent Grade
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Optical Brightener Tinopal Liquid Detergent Grade

Rs 1,640 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 20 Kg

Packaging Size20
End UseDetergent Whitener
BrandTS GROUP
Country of OriginMade in India
FormPowder
Product CodeCbs X
ColorGreen
Packaging Type50 kgs

optical brightener tinopal for liquid detergent



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  • Production Capacity: 10000
  • Delivery Time: 1 week
  • Packaging Details: 20, 25, 50 kgs

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Tinopal
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Tinopal

Rs 1,580 / KgGet Latest Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 500 Kg

End UseDetergent Whitener
Moisture0.05

Detergent optical Brightener TINOPAL

Optical brighteners, optical brightening agents (OBAs), fluorescent brightening agents (FBAs) or fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs) are chemical compounds that absorb light in the ultraviolet and violet region (usually 340-370 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum, and re-emit light in the blue region (typically 420-470 nm) by fluorescence. Fluorescent emission is a short-lived period of light emission by a fluorophore, unlike phosphorescence, which is long-lived. These additives are often used to enhance the appearance of color of fabric and paper, causing a "whitening" effect; they make intrinsically yellow/orange materials look less so, by compensating the deficit in blue and purple light reflected by the material, with the blue and purple optical emission of the fluorophore.

Common use

Brighteners are commonly added to laundry detergents to make the clothes appear cleaner. Normally cleaned laundry appears yellowish, which consumers do not like.Optical brighteners have replaced bluing which was formerly used to produce the same effect.

Brighteners are used in many papers, especially high brightness papers, resulting in their strongly fluorescent appearance under UV illumination. Paper brightness is typically measured at 457 nm, well within the fluorescent activity range of brighteners. Paper used for banknotes does not contain optical brighteners, so a common method for detecting counterfeit notes is to check for fluorescence.

Optical brighteners have also found use in cosmetics. One application is to formulas for washing and conditioning grey or blonde hair, where the brightener can not only increase the luminance and sparkle of the hair, but can also correct dull, yellowish discoloration without darkening the hair. Some advanced face and eye powders contain optical brightener microspheres that brighten shadowed or dark areas of the skin, such as "tired eyes".

A side effect of textile optical whitening is to make the treated fabrics more visible with Night Vision Devices than non-treated ones. This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications. Optically brightened paper is often not useful in exacting photographic or art applications, since the whiteness decreases with time.

End uses of optical brighteners include:

Detergent whitener (instead of bluing agents)Paper brightening (internal or in a coating)Fiber whitening (internal, added to polymer melts)Textile whitening (external, added to fabric finishes)Color-correcting or brightening additive in advanced cosmetic formulas (shampoos, conditioners, eye makeup)

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