A replacement for ozone depleting substances, ideal for use in medium temperature range heat transfer applications. Has a boiling point of 50°C.
A clear, colorless, fully-fluorinated liquid PF-5052 fluid is chemically and thermally stable, practically non-toxic, and nonflammable. (b.p 50C) Appearance: Clear, colorless Average Molecular Weight: 299 Boiling Point (1 atm): 50°C Pour Point: -80°C Estimated Critical Temperature: 454 K Latent Heat of Vaporization (at normal boiling point): 105 J/g Liquid Density: 1.07 g/ml Kinematic Viscosity: 0.40 centistokes Absolute Viscosity: 0.68 centipoise Coefficient of Expansion: 0.0016 °C-1 Surface Tension: 10 dynes/cm Refractive Index: 1.266 Water Solubility: 14 ppmw Solubility in Water: <5 ppmw Thermal stability Chemical stability Wide liquid range Non-conductive Depositing or removing fluorinated oils and lubricants along with use as heat transfer fluid in medium temperature ranges.
A colorless, fully-fluorinated liquid that is chemically & thermally stable, non-flammable & practically non-toxic. It is effective in reducing the thermal conductivity of polyurethane & other rigid foam formulations. Has a boiling point of 25°C - 80°C.
Ideal solvent for depositing or removing fluorinated oils and lubricants along with use as heat transfer fluid in medium temperature ranges. Also used as additive to improve closed-cell micropourous blown foams. A clear, colorless, fully-fluorinated liquid PF-5052 fluid is chemically and thermally stable, practically non-toxic, and nonflammable. Appearance: Clear, colorless Boiling Point (101 kPa): 25°C - 80°C Liquid Density: 1.7 g/ml Kinematic Viscosity: <1 centistokes Water Solubility: < 20 ppmw Solubility in Water: <5 ppmw Thermal stability Chemical stability Wide liquid range Non-conductive Used in combination with hydrocarbon blowing agents such as cyclopentane, reducing the cell size and the thermal conductivity of many rigid foam formulations. Products potentially benefiting from the use of performance fluid PF-5056 include: Appliances Commercial Refrigeration Refrigerators Refrigerated Transport Freezers Building Construction Panels
A blend of clear, colorless, fullyfluorinated liquids that is chemically and thermally stable, practically non-toxic and nonflammable. Has a boiling point of 80°C - 100°C.
Ideal solvent for depositing or removing fluorinated oils and lubricants along with use as heat transfer fluid in medium temperature ranges. Slower evaporation rate is useful for deep-draw and cold-rolling lubricant formulations. Is a clear, colorless, fully-fluorinated liquid. PF-5052 fluid is chemically and thermally stable, practically non-toxic, and nonflammable. (b.p 80-100C) Appearance: Clear, colorless Boiling Point (101 kPa): 80°C – 100 °C Liquid Density: 1.75 g/ml Kinematic Viscosity: 0.9 centistokes Water Solubility: < 15 ppmw Solubility in Water: <5 ppmw Thermal stability Chemical stability Wide liquid range Non-conductive An effective alternative to chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in a wide range of applications, from lubricant deposition to process solvent applications.
A clear, colorless, fully-fluorinated liquid that is chemically and thermally stable, practically non-toxic, and nonflammable. Has a boiling point of 56°C.
High dielectric strength, excellent material compatibility, along with chemical thermal stability makes fluid useful in applications such as lubricant deposition and reaction media. Appearance: Clear, colorless Average Molecular Weight: 338 Boiling Point (1 atm): 56°C Pour Point: -90°C Estimated Critical Temperature: 451 K Estimated Critical Pressure: 1.83 x 106 Pa Vapor Pressure: 30.9 x 103 Pa Latent Heat of Vaporization (at normal boiling point): 88 J/g Liquid Density: 1.68 g/ml Kinematic Viscosity: 0.38 centistokes Absolute Viscosity: 0.64 centipoise Liquid Specific Heat: 1.05 J g-1 °C--1 Liquid Thermal Conductivity: 0.057 W m-1 °C-1 Coefficient of Expansion: 0.0016 °C-1 Surface Tension: 12 dynes/cm Refractive Index: 1.249 Water Solubility: 10 ppmw Solubility in Water: <5ppmw Thermal stability Chemical stability Wide liquid range Non-conductive Used in a wide range of applications, such as lubricant deposition, reaction media and heat transfer.
Exclusively produced by Polymer Chemistry Innovations, Aquazol® ETOX is a polymerized ETOX that can be implemented as an asymmetric catalyst, ligand, protective group or powerful solvent.
2-ethyl-2-oxazoline (ETOX) is used as a monomer and organic intermediate used in water soluble polymers and bio campatible materials for biomedical applications, Ceramic binding, lubricants, adhesives, etc. Once the product is polymerized to form Aquazol, Etox provides a vast amount of advantages in comparison to polyvinyl pyrrolidone or polyvinyl alcohol. Moreover, due to it's thermal processing capabilities, it is the optimal solution for high temperature applications. CAS: 10431-98-8 Synonyms: 2-Ethyl-2-oxazoline 2-Ethyloxazoline 2-ethyl-4,5-dihydrooxazole Purity:>99% Water Content: <0.4% Other Volatile Impurities: <1% Appearance: Clear and Particulate Free Physical State: Liquid Appearance: Colorless to light yellow pH 11 Vapor Pressure: 6 mm Hg @20°C Boiling Point: 128.4°C @ 760 mm Hg Freezing Point: -62°C Autoignition Temperature: 410°C Flash Point: 29°C Solubility: Miscible Specific Gravity: 0.9820 g/cm3 Molecular Weight: 99.13 Excellent Thermal-Processing Capability Water Soluble polymer that can be Extruded Adhesives Agriculture Bactericides Ceramic Binding Coatings, textile and Fiber Glass Cosmetics Digital Imaging Herbicides Lubricants Metal Quench Oil and Gas Personal care Pharmaceuticals Soap & Detergent Specialty Coatings Water treatment
Lutron® HF 1 is a highly miscible polyglycol ether that is commonly used as a basic brightener, flux and heat-transfer fluid for the plastic and soldering industries.
Lutron® HF 1 is a modified polyglycol ether. It is used in plastics processing and in the production of printed circuit boards. Possesses high flash point and it is stable at high temperatures. Lutron® HF 1 is basic brightener for acid zinc and copper. Physical Form: Clear, Colorless or Yellowish liquid Water Content: <0.5 % Density: 1.13–1.17 g/cm3 Viscosity: 220–280 mm2/s Flash Point: >290 °C Pour Point: <39 °C Ignition Temperature: 390°C
Lutron® HF 8 is used in the production of printed circuit boards to formulate fluxes used in hot-dip tin coating processes employing hot-air levelling.
Lutron® HF 8 has a very high flash point and it is very stable at high temperatures. Fluxes based on Lutron HF 8 have an excellent wetting effect on printed circuit boards and any residue after processing are very easy to wash off. Physical Form: Clear, Yellowish Liquid Water Content: <0.5% Density: 1.08 –1.12 g/cm3 Setting Point: –15 °C Flash Point: >280 °C Viscosity: 400 – 450 mm2/s
Lutron® KS 1 is a highly miscible polyglycol ether that is commonly used as a basic brightener for zinc, flux and heat-transfer fluid for the plastic and soldering industries.
Lutron® KS 1 is miscible with water in all proportions. It is nonionic, and is therefore not affected by water hardness. This product is also an effective, low-viscosity alternative to Lutron® HF 3. Physical Form: Clear, Colorless or Yellowish Liquid Water Content: <0.5 % Density: 1.13 –1.17 g/cm 3 Viscosity: 460 – 560 mm 2/s Flash Point: >300°C Pour Point: –17 °C Ignition Temperature: 415 °C
for plating plastics
Lutron® Q 75 is used in the electronics and electroplating industries as a complexing agent in electroless copper plating baths at a concentration of 10 – 30 g/l. It is mainly used in the production of printed circuit boards and...
The complexing power of Lutron® Q 75 for copper is similar to that of EDTA in the alkaline pH range (pH 12). It can be applied alone or in combination with neutralized Trilon® BS. Color: Colorless to Yellowish pH: value: 10-11 Pour Point: -24 °C Onset Boiling: 100 °C Vapor Pressure: 23.4 mbar Density: 1.05g/cm3
A fluid ideal for flux removal and vapor degreasing operations.
It is non-flammable and low in toxicity which makes it an ideal replacement for chlorinated solvents such as Trichloroethylene (TCE) and for n-propyl bromide (nPB). Mainly a vapor degreasing solvent. Also used in manual cleaning for touch-up and re-work at soldering benches. Boiling Point: 44°C Freeze Point: -38°C Liquid Density (g/ml): 1.27 Surface Tension (dynes/cm): 18 Kauri-Butanol Value: 58 Vapor Pressure (mmHg): 360 Viscosity (cps): 0.40 Heat of Vaporization (cal/g @ boiling point) : 60 Ozone Depletion Potential: 0 Global Warming Potential: 43 Flash Point: None Non-flammable Non-conductive Low toxicity Low Global Warming Potential (GWP) Zero ozone depletion potential Low surface tension penetrates tight spaces for improved cleaning Excellent for removal of ionic contamination Electronics and other precision cleaning Replacement for CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs, nPB and chlorinated solvents.
ISO 320 polypropylene glycol monobutyl ether used as a rust-preventive coating.
A rust-preventive fluid used to coat metal parts with a viscosity of 250-285 cSt @ 100 °F Color: colorless to yellow Odor: Mild Boiling point (760 mmHg): > 200 °C Flash point closed cup 201 °C Vapor Pressure: < 0.01 mmHg at 20 °C Relative Density (water = 1): 1.000 at 20 °C Water solubility: < 0.1 % at 20 °C Pour point: -30 °C Outstanding hydrolytic stability Able to be mixed with other natural oils, organic solvents, plastizers, resins, or gums Excellent load carrying capacity Fire resistant Anti-varnish Good deposit control Outstanding hydrolytic stability Low to high viscosity ranges Low friction coefficients High extreme pressure failure loads Low pour point temperatures Noncorrosive to metals Compressor oils Fire resistant hydraulic fluids Gas turbine oils
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