A colorless liquid with a characteristic odor, a mixture of N-Propyl Acetate and N-Propanol Alcohol of medium evaporation partially soluble in water. Designed for the dissolution and reduction of printing inks with good performance, on prints in polyethylene, polypropylene, paper, cardboard.
A clear colorless liquid with an odor resembling that of ammonia. It is used as a gas absorber, especially in the synthesis of ammonia from non-anionic detergents, as a dry cleaning agent, wool treatment, emulsion paint, shine, agricultural formulations, pharmaceutical preparations, corrosion inhibitors and accelerators for vulcanising rubber.
A clear, transparent, hygroscopic and practically odorless liquid. It is used as an antifreeze, heat transfer medium, raw material for the production of polyester resins, alkyd resins and latex paints, among others.
Thick odorless colorless liquid. Mixes with water. One of its main qualities is to lower the freezing point of the water, therefore being used as a base in antifreeze and in cases where monoethyleneglycol cannot be used because of its toxicity, for example in refrigeration chambers of the food industry. Industrial grade and USP grade presentation.
A clear colorless liquid with a pleasant odor, is an ester, forming azeotropic mixtures with alcohol. Miscible with many organic solvents and little soluble in water. Solvent used in industry and in products for everyday use because of its odour and low toxicity.
Blue or emerald-green crystalline material. Becomes blue and opaque at room temperature. Odorless. Sweet astringent taste. Somewhat efflorescent. Used to make other chemicals.
Colorless liquid or white solid with a mild odor. May float or sink in water. Used as non-ionic surfactant with detergent, dispersing, solubilizing and emulsifying power. It is used in formulations of cleaning products, textile auxiliaries, tannery, oil, paints and emulsifiers of asphalt, and others.
Colorless evaporative midpoint liquid that is widely used in printing and flexography applications. It has a very mild odor, similar to ethanol and is completely soluble in water.
A clear colorless volatile liquid having an ether-like odor. Noncombustible. Insoluble in water. Vapors heavier than air. Used as dry cleaning solvent, a degreasing solvent, a drying agent for metals, and in the manufacture of other chemicals.
A clear colorless liquid or transparent crystalline solid. Liquid is usually an 85% aqueous solution. Shipped as both a solid and liquid. Corrosive to metals and tissue. Used in making fertilizers and detergents and in food processing.
A colorless to white lustrous solid in the form of flakes with a mild distinctive odor. Forms a corrosive solution when mixed with water. Used in the manufacture of materials such as artificial resins.
Colourless or slightly yellow liquid, with a certain viscosity, of a mild odour. Ionic surfactant. Due to its great detergency, emulsification and foamability, it is easy to dissolve in water. This product is widely used in the cosmetic industry, for elaboration of shampoo, cleaning products and others.
Colorless to very slightly yellow liquid, it is of moderate evaporation with characteristic smell of hydrocarbons. It has a flash point of 40°C so it is considered a combustible material rather than flammable.
Colorless to very slightly yellow liquid, it is of moderate evaporation with characteristic smell of hydrocarbons. It has a flash point of 60°C so it is considered a combustible material rather than flammable.
A clear colorless liquid with a characteristic aromatic odor. Less dense than water and insoluble in water. Hence floats on water. Vapors heavier than air. Used in aviation and automotive fuels, as a solvent, and to make other chemicals.
A clear colorless volatile liquid having a chloroform-like odor. Denser than water and is slightly soluble in water. Noncombustible. Used as a solvent, fumigant, in the manufacture of other chemicals, and for many other uses.
Oily liquid with a mild ammonia odor. Denser than water. Intermediary in the elaboration of active tensile agents employed in specialties of the textile and paper industry, waxes and polishes.
A clear colorless liquid with a characteristic aromatic odor consisting of a mixture of the three isomers (ortho-, meta- and para-). Less dense than water and insoluble in water. Hence floats on water. Used as a solvent for paints and adhesives, and to make other chemicals.
A colorless fairly volatile liquid with a faintly sweet pungent odor like that of ethyl alcohol. Completely mixes with water. The vapors are slightly heavier than air and may travel some distance to a source of ignition and flash back. Any accumulation of vapors in confined spaces, such as buildings or sewers, may explode if ignited. Used to make chemicals, to remove water from automotive and aviation fuels, as a solvent for paints and plastics, and as an ingredient in a wide variety of products.
A white crystalline or powder solid with a slight sulfur odor. Toxic by inhalation . Strongly irritates skin and tissue. Noncombustible, but may decompose to emit toxic oxide fumes of sulfur and sodium when heated to high temperature. A corrosive acid when mixed with water. Used as a food preservative and as a laboratory reagent.