Arpadis Benelux NV has been distributing chemicals since 1999. The company is now established through subsidiaries and offices in The Benelux, Germany, France, UK, U.A.E., Morocco, Egypt, Jordan, China and Taiwan. The privately-owned enterprise has consolidated sales over Euro 100Mn. and is now a leading distributor in the Coatings, Polyurethanes, Inks, Adhesives, Wire Enamels and other industries. […]
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DoDecaneDioic Acid (DDDA)
Dodecanedioic acid (DDDA) is a dibasic acid. It’s a white flakes solid with a molecular formula C12H22O4.
Dodecanedioic Acid Chemical Structure Composition.
There are two different routes to produce DDDA: synthetic production and biological production.
Traditionally, DDDA is produced from butadiene using a chemical process. The butadiene is converted into cyclododecatriene through a cyclotrimerization process. The cyclododecatriene is then converted into dodecanedioic acid. Feedstock is methanol
A newer approach is biological production. Using biotechnology, DDDA is created from Paraffin wax with yeast (Candida Tropicalis). This way has made DDDA a cost-effective compound.
Dodecanedioic Acid is mainly used in top-grade powder coatings and paint, adhesives, pulp & paper, chemical and industrial facilities, surfactants, antiseptics.
In combination with Amine, DDDA is used to produce engineering plastics polyamide resins wich is a high performance nylon 6-12, adhesives, diester synthetic lubricants, fibers, curatives, plasticizers, polyester coatings, epoxy resins.
When used in a mixture with other dibasic acids DDDA is especially effective as a ferrous corrosion inhibitor for metalworking fluids, engine coolants, metal cleaners, aqueous hydraulic fluids. DDDA can also be used as a complexing agent for lithium complex grease which will increase dropping point and improve mechanical stability.
Arpadis is one of the largest chemical distributor in Europe.
Arpadis is handling the storage, transport, export & import formalities of Dodecanedioic Acid globally.