detergent additive

detergent additive

[di′tər·jənt ‚ad·ə·tiv]
(materials)
A substance incorporated in lubricating oils which gives them the property of keeping insoluble material in suspension.
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A Motor oil manufacturers add a detergent additive to clean up the contamination caused by the combustion process.
Those requirements include such things as a Clean Air Act waiver; registration of the fuel with EPA; changes to EPA reformulated gasoline regulations; and changes to EPA gasoline detergent additive regulations.
Professor Boehman concedes that "the detergent additive may have such beneficial effects on engine operation, fuel system performance and other related features of engine system operation that they outweigh the adverse effect" of increased NOx emissions.
The stretched film material is of a non-uniform thickness varying from about 20 microns to about 40 microns, It also contains a disintegrating aid in the film material which has an effervescent source that includes an organic acid and a carbonate source; a detergent additive in the film material; and a detergent composition in the compartment.
Peter Bryant of Warwick International with the Chemical Industries Association's environmental award and Warwick's product - washing detergent additive
With all aqueous wash tanks a detergent additive is essential to ensure effective removal of contaminants.
Warwick's Mostyn site manufactures washing detergent additive for many of the world's leading brands of washing powder and dishwasher tablets, and Warwick has been a customer of Equest for several years.
With its famous logo spread from coast to coast and in the other parts of the US through its 13,500-plus locations in 48 states, Citgo markets several different octane grades of gasoline, complete with its proprietary "high performance" detergent additive, "to satisfy the needs of a wide range of vehicles and operating conditions".
Ether derived from tetrahydrofuranylmethanol or polytetrahydrofuran is also a petrol detergent additive [46, 47].
company said it was necessary to cut jobs because its contract to produce a detergent additive for Procter & Gamble wasn't renewed.