2-Ethylhexyl Acrylate (2-EHA) is insoluble in water but also less dense than water. It has a sweet pleasant odor, is clear and color less.
Building blocks for polymer manufacturing and as a feedstock for chemical synthesis. Appearance: clear and colorless Physical Form: liquid Odor: sweet Molar Mass: 184.3 Assay (Gas chromatography) - min 99.6% Water Content (ASTM E 203) - max. 0.05% Acid Content (ASTM D 1613) - max. 0.009% Color on despatch (ASTM D 1209) - max. 10 Standard Stabilization (ASTM D 3125) 15+/- 5ppm MEHQ Readily undergoes addition reactions
White powder that is used in conjunction with styrenated resins to form pigments and agricultural chemicals.
Eastman™ AAA is often used as an intermediate to manufacture pigments, dyes, and fungicides. When used as a copromoter can be blended with DMAA at a 70/30 (DMAA/AAA) ratio resulting in superior performance compared to DMA in equal concentrations in resins utilizing neopentyl glycol. Appearance: White to off-white powder Assay: 99.8% Specific gravity @ 20°C/20°C: 1.26 Flash point open cup: 167°C (332°F) Flash point closed cup: 150°C (302°F) Fire point: 178°C (352°F) CAS: 102-01-2 Low color and toxicity as a copromoter Accelerates reactions in polyester resins and pigment manufacturing Good performance in producing yellow pigments Used as an intermediate for pigments, dyes, paints, graphic arts and agricultural chemicals. AAA is also used as a co-promoter for unsaturated polyesters.
Butyl acrylate (BA) is an acrylic acid ester with a sharp pungent odor. It is somewhat less dense than water and forms a slick surface on water.
Building blocks for polymer manufacturing and chemical manufacturing. Appearance: clear and colorless Physical Form: liquid Odor: pungent Molar Mass: 128.2 Assay (Gas chromatography) - min 99.5% Water Content (ASTM E 203) - max. 0.05% Acid Content (ASTM D 1613) - max. 0.01% Color on despatch (ASTM D 1209) - max. 10 Standard Stabilization (ASTM D 3125) 15+/- 5ppm MEHQ Forms copolymers and homopolymers Useful for feedstock synthesis Very slightly soluble in water
Aqueous anionic fluorinated surfactant with exceptional stability in corrosive media and, in particular, very acidic solutions.
FS-10 is an anionic fluorinated surfactant that reduces the surface tension of aqueous solutions to very low levels. FS-10 demonstrates exceptional chemical stability in corrosive media and, in particular, very acidic solutions. Appearance: Brown liquid Chemical Structure: Halogenated aliphatic acid Composition: 30% solids in water pH of a 1 wt% Solution: 2.2 Ionic Character: Anionic Solubility at Ambient Temperature Water: Highly soluble Sulfuric Acid 50%: Partly soluble Hydrochloric Acid 19%: Partly soluble Nitric Acid 50%: Highly soluble Acetone: Highly soluble Specific Gravity 1.15 g/mL Stability Freeze-thaw stable Mix well before use Shelf Life: 5 years Is a low-foaming agent Imparts additional properties that may prove useful in formulations based on aggressive(highly acidic, oxidizing, or reducing) media Is targeted below LOD* for PFOA *Below the limit of detection (LOD) based on the published analytical method found in The Journal of Chromatography A, 1110 (2006) 117–124. Anti-stat in films, chrome plating baths, emulsifier and metal treatment.
Liquid containing 20% water, used as a general-purpose copromoter for many unsaturated polyester formulations.
Eastman™ DMAA (N-Dimethylacetoacetamide) is a low color generating copromotor in many resin based formulations. It has shown better performance compared with DMA as a copromoter at equivalent treat rates in PG, NPG, and other glycols. Appearance: Liquid Assay: 79-83 wt% Specific gravity @ 20°C/20°C: 1.06 Flash point open cup: 122°C (252°F) Water: 17-21 wt% Molecular weight: 129.2 CAS: 2044-64-6 Low color and toxicity Easy handling with liquid form Used as a copromoter for paints and coatings and intermediate manufacturing for agricultural chemicals.
Tautomer at room temperature, its a colorless liquid with a fruity odor.
Eastman™ EAA consists of 8% enol and 92% keto commonly used as a low color-generating copromoter to formulate unsaturated polyester resins. It is soluble in common organic solvents and water to fit many application needs. Appearance: Liquid Molecular weight: 130.14 cP Flash point: 68°C (157°F) Boiling point: 180.8°C (357.4°F) Melting point: -45°C Specific gravity @ 20°C/20°C: 1.03 CAS: 105-45-3 Kosher certified Fruity odor Low color Readily soluble in styrenated resins Used as a copromoter in paints and coatings and used as an intermediate for herbicides and insecticides.
Secondary inhibitor (co-inhibitor) and antioxidant for nonfood fats and oils.
Eastman™ MTBHQ (mono t-butyl hydroquinone) is commonly used as a polymerization inhibitor and antioxidant in many industrial applications. Effective in higher temperatures due to its higher solubility and potency compared to unsubstituted hydroquinone. Appearance: Light tan solid Flash point: 171°C (340°F) Boiling point: 295°C (563°F) Melting point: 125°C (257°F) Specific gravity 20°C/20°C: 1.05 Molecular weight: 166.22 CAS: 1948-33-0 Very effective polymerization inhibitor Good performing antioxidant in unstable organic liquids Excellent performance as a heat and stabilizer for pressure-sensitiveness adhesives Used as a polymerization inhibitor and industrial antioxidant in many applications.
Highly effective process inhibitor used in the production of highly reactive unsaturated polyesters.
Eastman™ THQ (Toluhydroquinone) is a tan to white crystalline solid that goes through similar chemical reactions as Hydroquinone. However, due to the presence of a methyl group in the ortho position, THQ becomes a highly active inhibitor in the free radical polymerization of vinyl monomers and unsaturated polyesters. Appearance: Off-white solid Flash point: 172°C (342°F) Boiling point: 279°C (534°F) Melting point: 127°C (261°F) Specific gravity: 1.3 Molecular weight: 124.13 CAS: 95-71-6 Better solubility in styrene than Hydroquinone Highly effective cook stabilizer in unsaturated polyesters Good performing antioxidant for oleates, linseed oil, and other nonfood fats and oils Used as an inhibitor, antioxidant, and intermediate manufacturing.
Glacial acrylic acid (GAA) is a unsaturated monocarboxylic acid. It exhibits a pungent odor, and is clear and color less.
Building block for polymer manufacturing and chemical manufacturing. Appearance: clear and colorless Physical form: liquid at >13degC Odor: pungent Molar Mass: 72.1 Assay (Gas chromatography) - min 99.5 Water Content (ASTM E 203) - max. 0.1% Color on despatch (ASTM D 1209) - max. 20 Standard Stabilization (ASTM D 3125) 200+/- 20 ppm MEHQ Easily reacts with vinyl compounds Unsaturated carboxylic acid Stabilized with 200 ppm of MEHQ Supplied in stable form
Registered for use in electrodeposition (EDC, also E-coat) systems and associated rinses, KATHON™ EDC provides safe, effective means of controlling bacterial growth to optimize EDC system performance.
DuPont Industrial microbicides are a collection of in-can and thin-film preservatives that are appropriate for a multitude of product applications. Physical state: liquid Color: Light blue to light green Odor: Mild, inoffensive odor pH: 2 - 4 Melting point/range: -3.00 °C ( 26.60 °F) Relative Vapor Density (air = 1): 0.6200 Relative Density (water = 1): 1.020 Broad-spectrum activity Economical Formaldehyde free Low toxicity Low use levels Compatible with surfactants and emulsifiers regardless of ionic nature Electrodeposition systems, e-coat
Copromoter for unsaturated polyesters, typically used in pharmaceuticals, fragrances and pesticides.
Eastman™ MAA (Methyl Acetoacetate) is a colorless liquid used mostly as an intermediate for agricultural and pharmaceutical chemicals. MAA develops desirable hardness more rapidly than resins copromoted with DMA at equivalent treat rates. Appearance: Liquid Molecular weight: 116.1 Flash point: 74°C (165°F) Boiling point: 166°C (331°F) Melting point: -55°C Specific gravity @ 20°C/20°C: 1.078 CAS: 105-45-3 Low toxicity Low viscosity Extended gel time compared with DMA Does not impart brown color to polyesters compared to amine promoters Readily soluble in styrenated resins Used as a process solvent and intermediate manufacturing for herbicides, insecticides, and pharmaceutical chemicals.
Methyl acrylate (MA) is an enoate ester. It's a volatile colorless liquid with a flash point of 27°F.
Building block for polymer manufacturing and chemical manufacturing. Appearance: clear and colorless Physical Form: liquid Odor: penetrating Molar Mass: 86 Assay (Gas chromatography) - min 99.8% Water Content (ASTM E 203) - max. 0.05% Acid Content (ASTM D 1613) - max. 0.009% Color on despatch (ASTM D 1209) - max. 10 Standard Stabilization (ASTM D 3125) 15+/- 5ppm MEHQ Readily undergoes addition reactions with a wide variety of organic and inorganic compounds Can be used as moisture barrier for latex formulations
Antimicrobial preservative (sodium pyrithione) used in a variety of water-based functional fluids and coatings to protect against micro-organisms.
Sodium Pyrion is highly effective against micro-organisms. Often used in water based fluids such as metal working, hydraulic, industrial lubricants, and water based latex paint applications. The pyrithione chemistry is often used when stability and low leachability is critical. Able to be used in low doses, reduces treatment costs and can be used in post treatment or metalworking fluid concentrates. Appearance: Clear, yellow-brown liquid Specific Density: 1.10 - 1.24 g/ml pH-value : 1.19 - 1.24 g/ml Molecular weight: 149.15 Thermal stability: 250°C CAS number: 3811-73-2 EPA registered Low treat rates Non-leaching results with long term protection Ease of application in aqueous form Due to the effectiveness at low treat rates, Sodium Pyrion saves formulators time and money by gaining more antimicrobial effectiveness, while using less.
Reagent used in coatings utilizing polyesters, acrylics, cellulosics, and epoxies.
Eastman™ TBAA (T-Butyl-Acetoacetate) provides room temperature cure and isocyanate-free crosslinking in many coating applications. It can also be used as a reagent in pharmaceuitical, agrichemical, and pigment applications. Appearance: Liquid Molecular weight: 158.20 Flash point: 66°C (151°F) Boiling point: 190°C (374°F) Specific gravity @ 20°C/20°C: 0.954 CAS: 1694-31-1 Increased adhesion to metal substrates Low glass transition resulting in increased coating flexibility Reacts with conventional crosslinkers Reduces viscosity in resins to meet lower VOC emissions Used in adhesives, sealants, architectural coatings, paints, coatings, and intermediate manufacturing in pharmaceuiticals and agriculture.
Powdered dry-film preservative (zinc pyrithione) that provides antimicrobial protection in a wide variety of industrial applications.
Zinc Pyrion is a Zinc Pyrithione based preservative for protection against unwanted microbial growth and degradation. The powdered dry-film preservative can be used in a wide range of both indoor & outdoor applications that are susceptible to microbial attack. Typical Properties; Appearance: Light beige to beige powder Purity (Potentiometric Titration): Min. 97.0 wt.% Loss on Drying (105°C): Max. 2 wt.% Particle Size Distribution: D50: max. 10 μm; D99: max. 35 μm Relative Density: 1.8106 at 22.5°C Bulk Density: 0.41 g/ml pH: 6.5 - 8.5 (5% dispersion in water) Vapor Pressure: < 6.6 x 10-4 Pa at 25°C Solubility in Water: 4.93 mg/l at 20.0°C; 6.11 mg/l at 30.0°C Exceptional control against microbial growth Cost effective powder form Full control of formulated treat rate Free testing available to measure efficacy of anti-microbial protection Typical treat rate will vary by application, but it is recommended to test several levels (2000, 3000, 4000, 5000 ppm) to test efficacy of protection. Testing is available via Janssen's laboratory for several industry standard tests.