Aromatic Solvents

Offering you a complete choice of products which include opal c9 solvent, n hexane solvent, mix xylene solvent, mineral turpentine oil, toluene and benzene.

Opal C9 Solvent

₹ 74 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Purity99%
Physical StateLiquid
Usage/ApplicationPaint
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Packaging Details185 kg Drum
OdourSweet Smell
ColorBrown
CAS No64742-95-6
Soluble InBenzene
Boiling Point236.0
Cas No.64742-95-6
Quantity Per Pack190 Kgs
I Deal InNew Only
BrandOpal
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 190 Kg

The products will serve a broad range of industries and applications like Paints and Coatings, Printing Inks and Reducers, Offset inks, Agro-chemicals, Surfactants, Emulsifiers, Oil Field Chemicals, Foundry Chemicals, Water Treatment Chemicals, Disinfectants, Wash Oils, etc.

The uses can vary depending on the specific formulation and properties of the solvent. Solvents are commonly used in various industries for a range of purposes, including:

  • Industrial Cleaning: Solvents are often used to clean machinery, equipment, and industrial components. They can dissolve and remove oils, grease, and other contaminants.
  • Paints and Coatings: Solvents are essential components in many paint and coating formulations. They help dissolve the resin and pigments, making the application of paint easier. After application, solvents evaporate, leaving the dried coating.
  • Adhesives and Sealants: Solvents are used in the formulation of adhesives and sealants to control viscosity and facilitate application. They can also help in bonding surfaces together.
  • Chemical Processing: Solvents play a role in various chemical processes, including extraction, purification, and reaction mediums.
  • Pharmaceuticals: In the pharmaceutical industry, solvents are used in the manufacturing of drugs, both as reaction mediums and for the extraction of active compounds from plants or other sources.
  • Ink Production: Solvents are used in the production of inks for printing, ensuring the proper viscosity and flow characteristics.
  • Automotive Industry: Solvents are used in the production of automotive paints, as well as in the cleaning and degreasing of automotive parts.

N Hexane Solvent

₹ 105 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Purity %99.90%
Packaging Details200 L Drum
TypeHydrocarbon Solvents
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Physical StateLiquid
Usage/AppliactionIndustrial
Chemical FormulaC6H14
OdourCharacteristic petroleum-like odor
Flash PointUsually between -22 DegreeC to -7 DegreeC (-8 DegreeF to 19 DegreeF)
Melting PointApproximately -95 DegreeC (-139 DegreeF)
Boiling PointAround 68.7 DegreeC (155.7 DegreeF)
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 145 Kg

Hexane (C6H14) is an alkane hydrocarbon with six carbon atoms and 14 hydrogen atoms in its molecular structure. It is a colorless, volatile liquid at room temperature and is commonly used as a solvent in various industrial processes, such as in the extraction of oils from seeds and nuts, in the production of glues and adhesives, and as a cleaning agent. Hexane is flammable and has a relatively low boiling point, making it useful for applications where rapid evaporation is desired. However, it is also a neurotoxin and can pose health risks if inhaled or ingested in large quantities. Therefore, proper safety precautions should be taken when handling hexane.

Hexane (C6H14) is a versatile chemical compound with several uses across various industries. Some common applications of hexane include:

  • Solvent: Hexane is primarily used as a solvent in industrial processes, particularly for the extraction of oils from seeds and nuts. It is often employed in the production of vegetable oils, such as soybean oil, and in the extraction of oil from crops like corn, sunflower, and canola. Hexane's ability to dissolve non-polar compounds makes it ideal for extracting oils and fats from plant materials.
  • Industrial Cleaning: Hexane is used as a cleaning agent in industries such as printing, textile manufacturing, and electronics. Its low boiling point and ability to dissolve various substances make it effective for degreasing and cleaning equipment and machinery.
  • Adhesive Manufacturing: Hexane is utilized in the production of adhesives, glues, and sealants. It serves as a solvent in formulations where rapid evaporation is desired, leaving behind a solid adhesive or sealant.
  • Laboratory Reagent: In laboratories, hexane is often used as a solvent for chemical reactions, chromatography, and extraction processes. Its relatively low toxicity and non-reactive nature make it suitable for many laboratory applications.
  • Paints and Coatings: Hexane is sometimes incorporated into paint formulations as a solvent for resins and pigments. It helps to dissolve these components and contributes to the proper viscosity of the paint.
  • Fuel: While not as common as other applications, hexane can be used as a fuel additive or as a component in gasoline blends. Its high octane rating and low vapor pressure can improve the performance of gasoline.

It's important to note that while hexane has many industrial applications, it also poses health risks, particularly through inhalation or skin contact. Proper safety measures should be taken when handling hexane to minimize exposure and potential health hazards.

Mix Xylene Solvent

₹ 98 /Kg Get Latest Price

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FormLiquid
Packaging Size250 ml
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Packaging TypeDrum
Grade StandardReagent Grade
TypeFertilizers
CAS No1330-20-7
PrecautionsWear protective gloves/ protective clothing/ eye protection/ face protection.
HazardsHighly flammable liquid and vapour.
Thermal Conductivity0.13 W/mK
Surface tension0.254 mN/m
Viscosity0.812 cP
Refractive index1.497
Vapor pressure7 mm Hg
Solubility in waterPractically insoluble
Melting Point- 47.4 DegreeC
Molecular Weight106.16 g/mol
OdourSweet
ColorClear
Physical StateLiquid
EC No.215-535-7
HS Code29024400
SynonymsXylol
Chemical FormulaC8H10
Density0.864 g/ml
Boiling Point138.5 deg C
Flash Point30 deg C
FlammabilityHigh
ToxicityModerate to Low
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 180 Kg

Xylene is a colorless, sweet-smelling liquid that is commonly used as a solvent in various industries. It is a mixture of three isomeric compounds: ortho-xylene, meta-xylene, and para-xylene. Here are some common uses of mix xylene:

  • Solvent: One of the primary uses of mix xylene is as a solvent in the printing, rubber, leather, and paint industries. It is effective in dissolving oils, greases, resins, and waxes, making it valuable in many industrial processes.
  • Paints and Coatings: Xylene is used as a solvent in paints, varnishes, and coatings to achieve the desired consistency and viscosity. It helps in dispersing pigments evenly and improves the application properties of these products.
  • Cleaning Agent: Due to its strong solvent properties, mix xylene is used as a cleaning agent for machinery, equipment, and metal surfaces in industrial settings. It can remove adhesives, coatings, and residues effectively.
  • Chemical Intermediates: Xylene is also used in the production of various chemicals and intermediates. It is a key raw material in the manufacture of phthalic anhydride, which is used in the production of plasticizers, polyester resins, and dyes.
  • Laboratory Use: Xylene is commonly used in laboratories as a clearing agent in histology and pathology procedures. It helps in removing paraffin from tissue samples during slide preparation for microscopic examination.
  • Fuel Additive: In some cases, xylene is used as an additive in fuels, particularly aviation gasoline, to improve octane ratings and combustion efficiency.
  • Printing Industry: Xylene is used in the printing industry as a solvent for inks, especially in flexographic and gravure printing processes.
  • Adhesives and Sealants: Xylene is an ingredient in adhesives and sealants used in construction and automotive applications. It helps in achieving proper consistency and bonding properties.
  • Leather and Rubber Processing: In the leather and rubber industries, xylene is used as a solvent for processing and finishing operations, such as degreasing, dyeing, and impregnation.

It's important to note that while xylene has many industrial applications, it should be handled with care due to its flammable nature and potential health hazards associated with exposure, such as respiratory irritation and central nervous system effects. Proper safety measures, including ventilation and personal protective equipment, should be followed when working with xylene or products containing it.

Mineral Turpentine Oil

₹ 73.50 /Litre Get Latest Price

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CAS No8006-64-2
Purity %>99%
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
SynonymsMTO mix, White spirit
Chemical FormulaC12H20O7
HS Code27101990
EC No.232-350-7
Physical StateLiquid
ColorColourless
OdourCharacteristic, Mild hydrocarbon odor
Molecular Weight276.283 g/mol
Density790 kg/m3
Melting Point- 55 DegreeC
Boiling Point154 DegreeC
Solubility in water0.351 g/l
Vapor pressure4 mmHg
Refractive index1.46
Viscosity1.2 cP
Flash Point36 DegreeC
Ignition Temperature270 DegreeC
Surface tension54.8 mN/m
Thermal Conductivity0.128 W/mK
HazardsFlammable liquid and vapour. May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways
PrecautionsKeep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. No smoking
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 220 Litre

Mineral turpentine oil, also known as white spirit or mineral spirits, is a clear, colorless, flammable liquid that is commonly used as a solvent, cleaning agent, and paint thinner. It is a mixture of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons with a boiling range of 149–202 °C.

Mineral turpentine oil is a common solvent for oil-based paints and varnishes, and it can be used to clean brushes and other painting tools. It is also used in the production of printing inks, adhesives, and as a component in some types of fuel.

As with any chemical, it is important to handle mineral turpentine oil with care and follow appropriate safety precautions. It can be harmful if ingested or inhaled, and it can also cause skin and eye irritation. Proper ventilation and protective equipment should be used when handling mineral turpentine oil, and it should be stored in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area.

Mineral turpentine oil, also known as paint thinner, is a solvent that has a variety of industrial and household uses. Here are some common uses of mineral turpentine oil:

 

  1. Paint and Coating Thinner: Mineral turpentine oil is commonly used as a thinner for oil-based paints and coatings. It helps to reduce the viscosity of the paint or coating and improves its flow and leveling properties.

  2. Cleaning Agent: Mineral turpentine oil is also used as a cleaning agent for surfaces such as metal, glass, and ceramics. It can help to remove dirt, grease, and other types of stains.

  3. Solvent: Mineral turpentine oil is used as a solvent for various types of resins, waxes, and oils. It can also be used to dissolve adhesives and glues.

  4. Fuel: Mineral turpentine oil can be used as a fuel for some types of heaters and lamps, although it is not recommended for use in kerosene heaters.

  5. Wood Stain: Mineral turpentine oil can be used as a carrier for wood stains, allowing the stain to penetrate the wood fibers more effectively.

  6. Insect Repellent: Mineral turpentine oil can be used as an insect repellent, especially against ants and cockroaches. It can also be used to clean and disinfect areas where insects may have been present.

  7. Personal Care: Mineral turpentine oil is sometimes used in personal care products such as soaps, perfumes, and lotions. However, it should only be used in very small quantities, as it can be irritating to the skin and respiratory system.

Toluene

₹ 96 /Kg Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Purity %>99%
Packaging Details190 KGS
Physical StateLiquid
CAS No108-88-3
Grade StandardTechnical Grade
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
ColorColourless
OdourSweet Pungent
Molecular Weight92.141 g/mol
Melting Point- 95 DegreeC
Flash Point6 DegreeC
PrecautionsWear protective gloves/ protective clothing/ eye protection/ face protection.
HazardsHazardous in case of skin contact, eye contact, ingestion or inhalation
Thermal Conductivity0.134 W/mK
Surface tension28.52 mN/m
Ignition Temperature530 DegreeC
Refractive index1.496
Vapor pressure2.8 kPa
EC No.203-625-9
HS Code29023000
Viscosity0.590 cP
Solubility in Water0.52 g/L
Chemical FormulaC7H8
SynonymsMethylbenzene, Phenylmethane, Toluol, Anisen
Density0.87 g/ml
Boiling Point111 deg C
Freezing Point-95 deg C
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 190 Kg

Toluene, also known as methylbenzene or phenylmethane, is a clear, colorless liquid that is commonly used as a solvent. It has a distinctive sweet, pungent odor and is highly flammable.

Toluene is widely used as a solvent in the manufacture of a variety of products, including paints, coatings, adhesives, and rubber. It is also used as a fuel additive, as a raw material in the production of benzene and other chemicals, and as a component in gasoline.

Toluene has a number of physical and chemical properties that make it a useful solvent. It has a relatively high boiling point of 110.6°C, which allows it to be used in high-temperature applications. It also has a low freezing point of -95°C, which means it remains a liquid at low temperatures.

However, toluene can also be hazardous if not handled properly. It is toxic if ingested, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin, and can cause a range of health effects, including neurological and respiratory problems. Toluene is also highly flammable, and can form explosive vapor-air mixtures if not handled carefully.

As with any hazardous substance, it is important to follow all safety guidelines and wear appropriate personal protective equipment when working with toluene. This includes proper ventilation, protective gloves, and eye and face protection.

Benzene

₹ 90 /Kg Get Latest Price

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CAS No71-43-2
Purity %99%
Grade StandardTechnical Grade
Physical StateLiquid
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Chemical FormulaC6H6
HS Code27071000
EC No.200-753-7
ColorClear
OdourAromatic
Molecular Weight78 g/mol
Density0.8765 g/cm3
Melting Point5.53 DegreeC
Boiling Point80.1 DegreeC
Solubility in water1.53 g/L
Vapor pressure60 mm Hg
Refractive index1.5011
Viscosity0.604 cP
Flash Point- 1 DegreeC
Ignition Temperature591 DegreeC
Surface tension28.22 mN/m
HazardsFlammable
PrecautionsAvoid direct contact. Wear chemical protective clothing if necessary
SynonymsBenzol, Cyclohexatriene

Minimum order quantity: 190 Kg

Backed by a team of diligent professionals, we have been able to offer Benzene. Excellent quality chemical substances are used in the formulation of this chemical to leave no scope for impurities. Further, this chemical is offered in different quantities at market leading prices. This chemical is widely demanded by several industries and sectors for different application purposes.

Features:

  • Longer shelf life
  • Effectiveness
  • Precise composition
  • Accurate composition
  • Precise pH value
  • Non-toxicity
  • Environment-friendly nature

Cyclohexane

₹ 90 /Kilogram Get Latest Price

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Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Grade StandardReagent Grade
Packaging TypeBarrel
Purity95%+
Density0.7781 g/mL
FlammabilityHigh
Freezing Point6.47 degree C
Boiling Point80.74 degree Celsius
Physical StateLiquid

We are offering Cyclohexane to our clients. It is mainly used for the industrial production of adipic acid and caprolactam, which are precursors to nylon. It is also used as a solvent in some brands of correction fluid. Cyclohexane is sometimes used as a non-polar organic solvent, although n-hexane is more widely used for this purpose.

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