Industrial & Institutional

Tuesday 7 September 2021

9:30 am - 10:10 am

British Society of Perfumers

Speaker

10:10 am - 10:30 am

Concentrate!

On a global scale, there is an increased consumer demand for;

  • Utilising sustainable materials
  • Cutting water consumption
  • Reducing carbon emissions
  • Minimising single-use packaging

What is the Home Care industry doing to meet these requirements? At Surfachem, we believe that concentrated products are the most logical step towards a more sustainable planet. From reduced shipping of water, to less plastic pollution, this approach boasts untapped opportunities.

Our presentation, ‘Concentrate!’ aims to not only explore the potential of concentrated products, but to also share the scope of our current technical laboratory and blending facilities, both of which support the development and delivery of this next wave of everyday cleaning products.

Speaker

10:30 am - 11:30 am

Break – Network with Exhibitors

11:30 am - 11:50 am

Eco-responsible Laundry Detergents with powerful performance

Sustainability plays a role in many parts of our lives and more consumers are looking for environmental-friendly cleaning products. Considering Laundry Detergents, the need for sustainability is reflected in the desire to use renewable ingredients with a low impact on the environment. In order to waste less energy, the washing temperatures are steadily decreasing, whilst consumers expect not to compromise on the washing performance.

The novel TexCare® SRN 260 Life is a biodegradable soil release polymer based on non-tropical raw materials, with a renewable carbon index of ~80 %. It builds a shield against stain, shows outstanding performance for soil release, and efficiently prevents synthetic fibers from greying. Glucopure Sense is a sunflower based sugar surfactant from European origin with a renewable Carbon Index of 96% and very low Carbon Footprint. Whilst being truly green, it does not compromise on washing performance and adds sensorial benefits to fabrics. This makes it well suitable for additional claims like built-in softener, conditioning or softening through the wash.

These properties make both of them a perfect ingredient for sustainable laundry products.

Speaker

  • Svea Braak Technical Application Manager - Clariant
11:50 am - 12:10 pm

From Green to Bio – Our journey continues

Sustainability has become a must-have, also in the Cleaning Industry. The global climate change and the threats our planet is facing is driving demand for more sustainable cleaning formulations. The concept ”Green Solutions” can help to choose the right products for more sustainable cleaning formulations. The concept consists of 4 green dimensions with a defined range of sustainability criteria. It shows at a glance which products fulfill the defined criteria. Our biosurfactants meet these requirements to the highest degree.

Speakers

12:10 pm - 12:30 pm

Efficient. Gentle. Safe. – Our Solutions for F&B Cleaning

In the F&B Industry, which is a wide field of applications, cleaning and disinfection are of great importance. For best cleaning results highly efficient and ideally multifunctional cleaning formulations are required. Powerful but sustainable cleaning solutions like cleaning with minimal rinse and other future concepts are of increasing interest to the industry. Efficient disinfection, typically the final step in F&B cleaning should be gentle to the treated surfaces and safe for users and environment.

Speaker

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Break – Network with Exhibitors

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm

Acusol 528 Polymer: Multifunctional Dispersant for Automatic Dishwashing.

Speaker

  • Saugata Nad Principal Research Scientist ,EMEAI - Dow Silicones
2:20 pm - 2:40 pm

CHT Silicones for Car care – New Development

Organo-modified silicones enable a variety of effects in car care products such as hydrophobicity, durability and shine. The latest developments in the field of silicones, taking into account current regulations, are ideally suited for the formulation of high-quality products such as drying aids, spray waxes, paint polishes or plastic care products.

Speaker

  • Alex Selig Head of Technical Service Consumer Care - CHT Germany GmbH
2:40 pm - 3:00 pm

Biocidal Product Families, opportunities and challenges

Biocidal Product Family (BPF) concept is a powerful tool for the industry, since it allows to group similar products, giving some space to future innovation and allowing to save significative amounts of money. It has been quite welcomed and widely used to accommodate full product portfolios. Since in many cases the number of products belonging to the family was quite big, last July authorities decided to reduce the complexity of BPF producing a guidance document setting clear rules on the similarity concepts. This presentation explains how to build a BPF according to the new criteria.

Speaker

  • Daniela Romano Senior Consultant and Team Leader - Eurofins BioPharma Product Testing Italy
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Break – Network with Exhibitors

If you would like to contribute to the H3i UK programme please contact Vicky Chapman or Michelle Michelucci on +44(0)1892 518877 or email vickychapman@step-exhibitions.com or michelle@step-exhibitions.com