We offer a variety of innovative ingredients for an array of specialty markets. Our ingredients are vegetable-based, many are also biodegradable, and food grade materials derived from renewable resources. ABITEC develops and manufactures products that are used as emulsifiers, surfactants, emollients, refatting agents and preservatives .
Acconon products are well-characterized mixtures of polyoxyethylene mono- and diglycerides, fatty acids or fatty alcohols. They are used to improve the bioavailability of poorly water soluble drugs by direct solubilization or by acting as a stabilizing surfactant in active carrying emulsions.
ACCOQUAT® SULFATE-BASED QUATERNARIES
ABITEC has been a manufacturer of rinse cycle fabric softeners for more than 25 years. Our vast experience and expert formulation knowledge provides us the flexibility to produce all types of tallow and vegetable-sourced DMS quaternaries at volumes from small pail to rail cars.
CAPTEX® MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES
Captex products are triglycerides and esters prepared from fractionated vegetable oil sources and fatty acids from coconuts and palm kernel oils. They are preferred lipophilic vehicles and solvents for use in various delivery systems, but are most well-known for their numerous health benefits in areas such as weight management, energy, and cognition.
CAPLUBE® SYNTHETIC ESTERS
These environmentally friendly specialty esters can be utilized for a wide variety of lubricant formulations throughout the industrial and specialty markets. The Caplube line includes high and ultra-high viscosity synthetic esters and serve a wide range of applications.
Pureco products are refined, bleached, and deodorized vegetable oils. Pureco 76 is non-hydrogenated to provide melting and lubrication properties required for application in pharmaceutical products.
CAPROL® POLYGLYCEROL ESTERS
These polyglycerol esters (PGEs) are used as emulsifiers and solubilizers in an array of nutritional supplements because they offer a wide range of HLBs meeting the needs of many formulation requirements. In addition they can be easily substitute for ethoxylated nonionics and other synthetically derived emulsifiers in lotions and creams.