Monoethanolamine of DOW
Monoethanolamine is a colorless liquid with an ammoniacal odor.
A highly hazardous substance that irritates the skin and mucous membranes, acts through intact skin.
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin in the eyes, in the digestive system. Highly flammable liquid. Air-vapor mixtures are explosive.
Flash point: 85/93 ° С. In terms of human exposure, it is a substance of the second hazard class. Monoethanolamine of all grades is used in the gas and oil industry to absorb acid gases and sulfur-containing organic compounds.
Monoethanolamine of the highest and first grade is also used in the pharmaceutical, textile, paint and varnish industries, and in the production of plastics. In the manufacture of detergents.