MGDA

AcronymDefinition
MGDAMarketing Gesellschaft Deutscher Apotheker (German: Marketing Society of German Pharmacists)
MGDAMethylglycinediacetic Acid
MGDAMultiple Degaussing Cable (US Navy)
MGDAMorning Glory Disc Anomaly (ophthalmology)
MGDAMichael G. Dolence and Associates (Claremont, CA)
MGDAMississippi Dairy Goat Association
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A 40-weight percent solution of Methylglycine N, diacetic acid trisodium salt (MGDA), Dissolvine M-40 is a strong chelate for hard water and transition metal ions.
MGDA is designed to offer excellent ecological and cleaning characteristics to the detergent industry.
Covered are sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP), phosphonates (ATMP, EDTMP, DTPMP, HEDP, PBTC, and HDTMP), ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid (EDTA), nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA), diethylene triamine pentaacetic acid (DTPA) and other products (citric acid, GLDA, MGDA, EDDS, IDS, GA, PDTA, HEDTA, glucoheptonates).
MGDA offers excellent ecological and cleaning properties to the detergent industry, explained Sergio Vieira, one of the Project Managers at AkzoNobels Chelates business.
Similarly, as Europe phases out phosphates from ADW formulas, BASF offers Trilon M (MGDA), a phosphate-free chelating agent that is available in a variety of formats including liquids, granules and powder.
The second patent, US 8,247,367 B2, covers a solid cleaning composition produced by the process comprising one or more functional cleaning ingredients; providing a solid binding agent consisting of MGDA or derivatives or salts thereof and water (not of hydration) and admixing the one or more functional cleaning ingredients.
Trilon M, methylglycinediacetic acid (MGDA), effectively binds calcium and magnesium ions and is readily biodegradable.
In North America, the company will roll out a new form of methylglycinediacetic acid (MGDA), known as Trilon M Granules SG (second generation).