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N Butyl Propionate
Somu Solvents PVT.LTD.
Somu Solvents are N Butyl Propionate Manufacturers, that has
chemical formula of C7H14O2 and relative molecular mass of a
130.187g/mol.It is a colourless water-white liquid with characteristic
odour. its Less dense than water and is incredibly slightly soluble in
water. It has Flash point of 90°F.
It is terribly dangerous once exposed to 32°C explosive vapour/air
mixtures could also be formed. it mustn't be exposed to open flames,
sparks and smoking, The vapour is irritating to the tract, skin and eyes
therefore preventative measures sud be taken terribly rigorously by
using ventilation, native exhaust or respiratory protection, victimisation
protecting gloves, carrying safety spectacles.
It is a moderately quick evaporating solvent. Its linear structure
contributes to effective viscousness reduction and improve solvent
diffusion from coating films.
n-Butyl Propionate is a non-HAP, slow evaporating, and ester grade
solvent with sensible solvent activity for many coating resins. In
lacquers and close cure enamels, this solvent is employed as a retarder
solvent. Its slow evaporation rate permits for flow and leveling however
doesn't forestall the short rubbing and sanding of the lacquer. several
resins ar dissatisfaction in a very solvent dilution tank to create
handling, storing, and shipping easier. n-Butyl Propionate is beneficial
as a dissatisfaction solvent due to its low volatility, sensible solvent
activity, and ester grade quality.
Since n-Butyl Propionate isn't on EPA's HAP list, it's a decent alternative
for commutation solvent in coating applications
Good solvent activity
High electrical phenomenon
Low MIR worth
Low physical phenomenon
Low water solubility
Slow evaporation rate
Non-HAP (Hazardous Air Pollutant) Solvent
Stronger economic condition for prime solids coatings
Proper volatility for prime solids coat
ings and printing inks applications
Linear structure giving quicker diffusion through coating and ink films
High electrical phenomenon
Low odor values
Good organic compound solvent
Possible glorious replacement for methyl radical n-Amyl organic
compound (MAK) or solvent
Used to create perfumes and flavorings.
high-solids thermosetting enamels
It is conjointly used as a process solvent for high-solids acrylic resins,
and for coatings applied via static spray instrumentality.