Flame Retardants Flame retardants corresponds to several substances which are added to combustible materials to prevent fires from starting or to slow the spread of fire and provide additional escape time. Among them, there exist TCPP and TEP. TCPP (CAS : 13674-87-8) TCPP Chemical Structure Composition. Tris (1-chloro-2-propyl) phosphate is an PU foam’s additive used […]
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Di Propylene Glycol
Di Propylene Glycol also known as oyybispropanol, 2,2-dihydroxyisopropylether, 1,1-oxydipropane-2-ol, di-1,2-propylene glycol, and DPG is a clear, colourless, viscous liquid with a characteristic odour and the molecular formula C6H14O3, CAS: 25265-71-8. It is fully miscible in water and is also miscible with many organic solvents. It has a flash point of 124 °C and a specific gravity of 1.023.
Di Propylene Glycol Chemical Structure Composition.
Di propylene glycol is produced as a byproduct of propylene glycol production which occurs in a propylene oxide hydrolysis process. Tri propylene glycol is another by-product of this process.
Di propylene glycol finds use as a chemical intermediate across a range of industries. It is used as a component in the production of high volume plasticiser. It is also an initiator in urethane polyols, and a reactant in unsaturated polyurethane resins where it adds flexibility and hydrolytic stability. It is also used for cutting oils, in hydraulic brake fluid production, and is a solvent for agricultural chemicals such as insecticides. It is also used as a solvent for printing inks, nitrocellulose, cellulose acetate, lacquers and coatings. It is an ingredient in industrial soaps and also has a role in the refining industry where it is used as an extraction solvent to extract aromatics.
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