Oxygenated Solvents

Oxygenated Solvents offer exceptional benefits across a broad range of applications.


Primary Amyl Acetate

PRIMARY AMYL ACETATE a colorless liquid solvent with a mild banana-like odor and high electrical resistivity for electrostatically sprayed coatings.

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Used In:

  • Coatings
  • Extraction solvent for pharmaceuticals
  • Cleaning fluids
  • Leather polishes

Advantages:

  • Non-HAP (Hazardous Air Pollutant) Solvent
  • Good resin solvency for low formulation viscosity
  • High electrical resistivity for electrostatically sprayed coatings
  • Mild odor

Typical Properties

Molecular Weight:  130.19

Evaporation Rate:  0.5 (nBuAc1)

Vapor Pressure:  3 mmHg (20°C)

Density:  7.29 Lb/Gal (20°C)

Specific Gravity:  0.876 (20° C)

Specific Gravity:  0.876 (20° C)

Viscosity:  0.9 (20°C, Cp)

Viscosity:  0.9 (20°C, Cp)

Surface Tension:  25.8 (Dynes/Cm At 20°C, Dynes/Cm At 25°C)

Surface Tension:  25.8 (Dynes/Cm At 20°C, Dynes/Cm At 25°C)

Boiling Point:  146 °C (760mm Hg)

Boiling Point:  146 °C (760mm Hg)

Flash Point:  101 °F (Closed Cup Flash Point)

Flash Point:  101 °F (Closed Cup Flash Point)

Availability:

  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America