Ketones

Our range of products include acetone, methyl ethyl ketone and cyclohexanone.

Acetone

₹ 100 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Physical StateLiquid
Usage/ApplicationPaint Thinner
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Soluble InChloroform, Benzene, Alcohol
CAS No67-64-1
ColorColourless
Odourpungent and floral (mint-like)
Thermal Conductivity0.0115 W/m-K
Vapor pressure30.6 kPa (25 DegreeC)
Molecular Weight58.08 g/mol
Shelf life2 to 5 years
Surface tension25.2 mN/m
Ignition Temperature465 DegreeC
Refractive index1.3588
Acidity19.16 pKa (H2O)
Melting Point-94.7 DegreeC
PrecautionsKeep away from sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. Store in ventilated place.
HazardsHighly flammable,causes eye irritation and dizziness
EC No.200-662-2
HS Code29141100
Boiling Point56 deg C
pH7
Chemical FormulaC3H6O
FlammabilityModerate to High
SynonymsPropanone,2-Propanone,Dimethyl Ketone,Methyl Ketone etc
Viscosity0.30 Pa.s
Solubility in WaterMiscible
Freezing Point-95 deg C
Flash Point-17 deg C
ToxicityLow
Density784 kg/m3

Minimum order quantity: 170 Kg

Acetone is a colorless, volatile liquid with a sweet, fruity odor. It is the simplest ketone, with the chemical formula (CH3)2CO. Acetone is a highly versatile solvent that is used in many industrial, commercial, and household applications.

Some of the most common uses of acetone include:

  1. Solvent: Acetone is an excellent solvent for many organic compounds, including paints, adhesives, and coatings.

  2. Cleaning agent: Acetone is a powerful cleaning agent that can be used to remove stains, adhesives, and other residues from a variety of surfaces.

  3. Nail polish remover: Acetone is the primary ingredient in most nail polish removers.

  4. Industrial applications: Acetone is used in the manufacture of many products, including plastics, fibers, and pharmaceuticals.

Acetone has a number of physical and chemical properties that make it useful in these applications. It is highly volatile, with a low boiling point of 56.05°C, which makes it easy to evaporate and leaves little residue. Acetone is also highly soluble in water and many organic solvents.

However, like any chemical, acetone can pose risks if not handled properly. Acetone is flammable, and its vapor can form explosive mixtures with air. Acetone can also cause skin and eye irritation, and prolonged exposure to high concentrations can cause central nervous system depression.

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

Methyl Ethyl Ketone

₹ 120 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Purity %> 99%
Grade StandardTechnical Grade
Chemical FormulaC4H8O
Packaging Details170 KGS
CAS No78-93-3
Synonyms2-Butanone, Methylpropanone
ColorColorless
Density0.8050 g/mL
Molecular Weight72.107 g/mol
OdourMint or acetone-like
Boiling Point79.64 degree Celsius
Melting Point- 86 Deg C
Thermal Conductivity0.15 W/mK
Vapor pressure89 mmHg
Solubility in water290 g/L
Physical StateLiquid
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Surface tension24.6 mN/m
Freezing Point-86 Degree C
Ignition Temperature515 DegreeC
Flash Point-6 Degree C
Viscosity0.41 cP
Refractive index1.38
Acidity14.7
PrecautionsWash face,hands and any exposed skin thoroughly after handling
HazardsFlammable liquid and vapor,Harmful if swallowed
EC No.201-159-0
HS Code29141200

Butanone is an effective and common solvent and is used in processes involving gums, resins, cellulose acetate and nitrocellulose coatings and in vinyl films. For this reason it finds use in the manufacture of plastics, textiles, in the production of paraffin wax, and in household products such as lacquer, varnishes, paint remover, a denaturing agent for denatured alcohol, glues, and as a cleaning agent. It has similar solvent properties to acetone but boils at a higher temperature and has a significantly slower evaporation rate. Unlike acetone, it forms an azeotrope with water, making it useful for azeotropic distillation of moisture in certain applications. Butanone is also used in dry erase markers as the solvent of the erasable dye.

Cyclohexanone

₹ 125 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Purity %> 99%
Packaging Details190Kg Drum
Usage/Applicationas a solvent in adhesives, rubber, plastics
Grade StandardAnalytical Grade
CAS No108-94-1
Boiling Point80.74 DegreeC
SynonymsOxocyclohexane,Cyclohexyl ketone,Ketohexamethylene
Density0.9478 g/mL
Chemical FormulaC6H10O
ColorColorless
OdourGasoline-like
Molecular Weight84.162 g/mol
Melting Point6.47 DegreeC
Solubility in waterImmiscible
Vapor pressure78 mmHg
Refractive index1.426
Viscosity1.02 cP
Flash Point-20 DegreeC
Ignition Temperature245 DegreeC
Surface tension24.95 mN/m
PrecautionsStorage areas must be properly checked. Disposal of solvent includes soaking
HazardsFlammable liquid and vapor,Harmful if swallowed
Physical StateLiquid
EC No.203-806-2
HS Code29021100

Minimum order quantity: 190 Kg

Cyclohexanone is obtained during the manufacturing of nylon intermediaries like adipic acid or caprolactam. Major companies captively consume cyclohexanone and a very small portion of the demand is from sectors other than nylon. Based on uses, a major share of cyclohexanone is consumed in the production of caprolactam and the remaining in the production of adipic acid. The major applications of cyclohexanone include its use as a solvent in industries such as paints and dyes, fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, films, and soaps.

Get best price for Cyclohexanone, CAS No. 108-94-1, C6H10O, of purity >99% in packaging size 190 kg drum

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