Warwick Chemicals leads the world in TAED manufacture and supply for the detergent and biocides industries, ensuring that clothes and dishes are not just visibly clean, but hygienically clean, too. TAED (tetraacetylethylenediamine) is a bleach activator that reacts with a source of hydrogen peroxide to produce peracetic acid. Peracetic acid is a powerful stain remover for oxidisable stains such as tea, coffee, fruit juices and red wine. In addition, it is a broad spectrum biocide that kills bacteria, viruses and spores.
In December 2014, Warwick Chemicals was acquired by The Lubrizol Corporation. Warwick Chemicals has reliably manufactured and supplied Mykon™ TAED (tetraacetylethylenediamine) for over 30 years. Warwick’s Mykon products are now an essential element in washing powders and automatic dishwashing products produced across 5 continents and in over 50 countries with:
Warwick Chemicals’ acquisition has expanded Lubrizol Home Care’s capability to serve our customers with the essential ingredients necessary for formulating better cleaning products and improved hygiene and wellness.