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Surf- AC 910 Surfactant is a basic non-ionic surfactant containing alkylaryl polyethoxyethanol. The active ingredient in Surf-AC 910 Surfactant is alcohol ethoxylate which is 90%. It can be used in conjuction with most wettable powders, herbicides, acaricides, defoliants, insecticides, desiccants, and fungicides to improve performance of their product's active ingredient. Surf- AC 910 Surfactant helps to provide a more wet surface to the plant and covers more of the surface.
|Active Ingredient:||Alcohol Ethoxylate - 90%|
|For use in:||Fungicides, Herbicides, Insecticides, Acaricides, Defoliants, Desiccants and Wettable Powders|
|Application:||Insecticides / Fungicides / Acaricides: 3 - 8 oz. per 100 gallons of water
Herbicides / Defoliants / Desiccants: 1 - 2 pints per 100 gallons of water
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Shipping Weight:||22.00 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Drexel Chemical Co. (Mfg. Number: 23800-102-1)|
For wettable powders and water soluble materials, add this product in water before adding pesticide to spray tank. For emulsifiable products, add this after a good emulsion is formed.
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04/14/2015 Don from Evansville In,
QTO KILL ROACHES OR FLEAS IN A HOME WOULD IONIC OR NON IONIC WORK BETTER!
MIXED WITH INSECTICIDE. WHICH ONE AND WHY?
AIt is not necessary to mix a surfactant, such as Surf AC 910 with insecticides. It is intended to be a sticker to help insecticides stick to surfaces.
07/17/2013 David from Roseland, Virginia
QWhat is the difference between "ionic" and "non-ionic" surfactants?
A Ionic When the hydrophilic part of the surfactant consists of a negatively charged group like a sulphonate, sulphate or carboxylate the surfactant is called ionic. Basic soaps are ionic surfactants. NonIonic A surfactant with a non-charged hydrophilic part, e.g. ethoxylate, is non-ionic.
When the hydrophilic part of the surfactant consists of a negatively charged group like a sulphonate, sulphate or carboxylate the surfactant is called ionic. Basic soaps are ionic surfactants.
A surfactant with a non-charged hydrophilic part, e.g. ethoxylate, is non-ionic.