Sulfolane-A Anhydrous

Sulfolane A Anhydrous is a hydrocarbon compound with 99.9% Sulfolane and is commonly used as an ink carrier or solvent for digital image processing
Product Overview
Sulfolane A Anhydrous, also known as Tetramethylene sulfone is widely used as an industrial solvent, typically for the extraction of aromatic hydrocarbons to purify natural gas
Product Specifications
Ash : 0.100 max
Distillation -
5% : 282 min
SO2 Stability : 20 max
Sulfolane, Anhydrous : 99.0 min
Water : 0.25 max
Distillation -
95% : 285 max
Density @ 30 C : 1.264
Distillation - 50%, CEL : 284.0
Flash Point, PM : 330
Freezing Point : 79
Isopropyl Sulfolanyl Ether : 0.007
Sulfolene-2 : 0.02
Primary Chemistry: Tetrahydrothiophene 1,1-dioxide
Problems Solved
Poor Thermal & Chemical Stability in Solvent Performance
Undesirable High-Water Solubility
Low Solvent Density and wide Boiling Range