Butyl acetate 2915330000
Butyl acetate is an ester. Colorless or slightly yellowish liquid with a characteristic odor. Butyl acetate is slightly soluble in water; miscible with organic solvents and vegetable oils. Butyl acetate is a good solvent for nitrocellulose, chlorinated rubber, glyphthalic resins and other film-forming substances used in the paint and varnish industry.
Synonyms: acetic acid butyl ester.
Empirical formula: C6H12O2
Specifications: GOST 8981-78
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Transparent liquid without mechanical impurities
Chromaticity according to the platinum-cobalt scale, units. Khazen, no more
Relative volatility (ethyl ether)
Obtained: Prepared by esterification of acetic acid with butyl alcohol.
Application: Butyl acetate is used for the synthesis of chemical products, it is the most common solvent in the production and use of paints and varnishes. Butyl acetate dissolves cellulose ethers, oils, fats, chlorinated rubbers, vinyl polymers, carbiol resins, etc. The addition of butyl acetate together with a small amount of butyl alcohol prevents whitening of the lacquer films. Butyl acetate is used in the leather industry as a tannin.
Danger: Technical butyl acetate is a low-hazard substance in terms of its impact on the human body. Highly flammable liquid. It forms an explosive mixture mixed with air.
Packaging: Technical butyl acetate is poured into galvanized steel barrels, aluminum barrels, railroad and truck tanks.
Transportation: Transportation is carried out in barrels by rail or road in covered vehicles, railway tanks, road tankers in compliance with the rules for the transportation of dangerous goods in force for this type of transport.
Storage: Technical butyl acetate is stored in warehouses or in specially equipped metal containers in compliance with the rules for storing flammable substances. The guaranteed shelf life is six months from the date of manufacture.
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