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Ethylene Di Chloride

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Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Purity %98%
Packaging Details200 L Drum
CAS No107-06-02
Molecular Weight98.95 g/mol
Chemical FormulaC2H4Cl2
Melting Point-35 DegreeC
Density1.25 g/cm3
PrecautionsUse only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area
HazardsHighly flammable liquid and vapor
Thermal Conductivity0.143 W/mK
Boiling Point83.47 Degree C
Surface tension0.0322 N/m
Ignition Temperature413 DegreeC
Flash Point13.0 DegreeC
Viscosity0.84 cP
Refractive index1.445
Vapor pressure60 mm Hg
Solubility in water0.87 g/100 mL
OdourChloroform-like odor
EC No.203-458-1
HS Code29031500
Physical StateLiquid
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 250 Litre

Ethylene dichloride, also known as 1,2-dichloroethane (DCE), is a colorless, oily liquid with a chloroform-like odor. It is a chlorinated hydrocarbon mainly used as an intermediate in the production of vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), which is further processed into polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a widely used plastic.

Here are some key points about ethylene dichloride:

  1. Chemical Formula: C2H4Cl2
  2. Production: It is primarily produced by the chlorination of ethylene, resulting in a mixture of DCE isomers, primarily 1,2-dichloroethane. This reaction is typically carried out in the presence of a catalyst, such as iron or aluminum chloride.
  3. Uses:
    • Production of PVC: The primary use of ethylene dichloride is in the production of vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), which is then polymerized to form PVC.
    • Solvent: It is used as a solvent for various organic compounds and as a component in some solvent mixtures.
    • Intermediate: It serves as an intermediate in the production of chemicals like ethyleneamines and ethylene glycol.
  4. Toxicity: Ethylene dichloride is toxic and exposure can occur through inhalation, ingestion, or skin contact. It can cause irritation to the respiratory system, skin, and eyes. Prolonged or high-level exposure can lead to more serious health effects, including damage to the liver and kidneys, and may even be carcinogenic.
  5. Regulation: Due to its toxicity, there are regulations governing its use, handling, and disposal in many countries.
  6. Environmental Impact: Ethylene dichloride can contaminate soil and groundwater if not handled properly. It is considered a hazardous air pollutant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Overall, while ethylene dichloride plays a significant role in the production of PVC and other chemicals, its toxic nature necessitates careful handling and disposal to minimize environmental and health risks.

Methylene Di Chloride

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CAS No75-09-2
Purity %>99%
Packaging Details270 Kg Drum
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
SynonymsMethylene dichloride, Dichloromethane
Chemical FormulaCH2Cl2
HS Code29031200
EC No.200-838-9
Physical StateLiquid
Molecular Weight84.93 g/mol
Melting Point-97 Deg C
Boiling Point40 Deg C
Solubility in water132g/L
Vapor pressure435.01 mmHg
Refractive index1.4244
Viscosity0.437 cP
Flash PointNone
Ignition Temperature605 DegreeC
Freezing Point-95 DegreeC
Surface tension27.8 mN/m
Thermal Conductivity0.1392 W/mK
HazardsCauses skin irritation, May cause drowsiness or dizziness
PrecautionsWear eye/face protection, Do not breathe dust/fume/gas/mist/vapors/spray
Physical FormLiquid

An organic compound, is a colourless volatile liquid with a sweet smell. It is miscible with a variety of solvents. Its volatility makes it useful as a solvent in various chemical processes. It is used in a wide variety of industrial applications. MDC is the least toxic compound of the simple chlorohydrocarbons and is not flammable. It is even used in the food industry to decaffeinate coffee and tea.


  • Used as a paint stripper and degreaser.

  • Used to manufacture film coatings

  • Used in the pharmaceuticals industry.

  • Used to remove heat-sealed labels in the textile industry.

  • Used to prepare flavourings for food and beverages industry.

  • Used as a post-harvest fumigant for grains and fruits.

  • Used as an aerosol spray propellant.


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