White spirit (English White Spirit, from white - white, colorless and spirit - spirit); aka nefras-С4-155 / 200 or Stoddard solvent - gasoline-solvent, a mixture of liquid aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, obtained by direct distillation of oil, sometimes with additional hydrotreating. Density at 20 ° C is not more than 0.795 g / cm3, begins to boil at a temperature not higher than 165 ° C, boils away within 155 (160) -200 ° C, sulfur content is not more than 0.025% (for pure white spirit). [1 ] In this case, the mass fraction of aromatic hydrocarbons should not exceed 16%.
Purpose of the material: It is used for diluting alkyd paints and varnishes (enamels, varnishes, primers). After drying, it gives the paints a good gloss.
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