Isoparaffins have obvious advantages in industrial applications.
Isoparaffins are with lower cloud point, melting point, boiling point, freezing point and toxicity, and with better stability and solubility.
isoparaffins have applications in wide range of products for hair care, skin care, lip care, antiperspirants & deodorants, sun care and color cosmetics.
Isoparaffins are new using cleaning solvent, and more and more used in industrial cleaning currently. Isoparaffins have obvious advantages in the cleaning industry.
Characteristics of isoparaffins; Main applications of isoparaffins; Popular isoparaffin products and producer worldwide
Diisobutyl ketone is used in the production of diisobutyl methanol, in cleaning and degreasing processes, and used as binder in printing ink.
EEP has moderate odor, low surface tension and high resistivity, and it has a special function, to prevent silver powder from returning to coarseness and blackening.
N-Propanol is transparent liquid, with alcohol flavor and melting point -126.2℃, boiling point 97.2 ℃. N-Propanol can be miscible with various solvents such as water, alcohol, ether, hydrocarbon, etc. It can be used directly as a solvent, or it can be used as a solvent after the synthesis of n-propyl acetate. The chemical properties of…
Diisobutyl ketone (DIBK) is a clear, stable and low density solvent, with a mild sweet odor. DIBK has limited water solubility, while it is miscible with alcohols and ketones. DIBK is a high boiling(167.8°C) and slow evaporating solvent, has good activity for many synthetic resins including nitrocellulose, rosin esters, phenolics, hydrocarbons, alkyds, polyesters, and acrylics.…
Dimethylacetamide (also known as dimethyl amide acetate, DMAC) is a clear colorless liquid with faint pungent odor that is similar to ammonia. DMAc is miscible with water as well as most organic solvents. Thus, DMAC can be used in production of a range of organic and inorganic compounds. DMAc’s resistance to bases enables it to…