VICAMID 528 Coconut diethanolamide 8% free DEA

Product Description

Vicamid 528™ is a fatty amide nonionic surfactant derived from natural oils that provides anti-corrosive and good lubricity properties.


Coco Diethanolamide, Coco DEA


Diethanolamide of Coconut Oil


VICAMID 528™ is a rich golden,highly viscous oily surfactant with a bland odour. It forms thick aqueous dispersions in water which may exhibit stable foams.

Product Performance

VICAMID 528TM is a fatty amide nonionic surfactant produced from the reaction of Coconut Oil with Diethanolamine which will contain some glycerine and glycerides as well as about 8% free DEA. When formulated in aqueous products Vicamid 528TM will provide anti-corrosive and good lubricity properties. Coconut diethanolamides are known to be good coupling agents in aqueous formulations or microemulsions containing a variety of otherwise incompatible materials. They are also used as viscosity modifiers and foam boosters.

Product Usage

  • Personal Care: Foam Booster and Viscosity Builder in Shampoos etc.
  • Household Cleaning: Foam Stabiliser and Viscosity Builder in Dish-washing Liquids.
  • Textiles: Dyeing Assistant.
  • Key Points

  • Readily Biodegradable means that it will have a low environmental impact.
  • Provides lubricity and corrosion inhibition properties in formulations.
  • Excellent coupling agent can be very useful in formulations that contain compatible materials.
  • Compatible with anionic emulsifiers.
  • Can boost viscosity and foam characteristics.
  • Evaluation and Testing

  • Colour 4 Gardner
  • SG (200C) 1.02
  • Free DEA 8%
  • Moisture 0.4%
  • Storage and Safety


    When stored indoors at temperatures below 400C and in closed original containers, this product can be stored for at least 1 year. Refer to MSDS at for further information.


    VICAMID 528TM is of low toxicity. It is readily biodegradable and not classified as a dangerous good. According to experience this product is considered to be harmless to health if used in the correct manner. Skin and eye contact should be avoided. Refer to MSDS at