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ArroChem’s Glycol Ether DPMA is a clear, colorless liquid with a mild, fruity odor. It is widely used as a powerful solvent in various industrial applications, with a moderate evaporation rate that provides good coalescing and viscosity control abilities.

General Characteristics:

Appearance:

Ionic Nature:  

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Flash Point:     

Specific Gravity:             

 

Clear, colorless liquid

Non-ionic

Slightly soluble in water

94°C (201°F) (closed cup)

~0.965 g/cm³ at 20°C

Application:

Glycol Ether DPMA finds diverse applications across various industries, including but not limited to the following:

  • High-Solid Coatings: Used as a solvent in high-solid coatings, providing efficient solvency and slower evaporation rates.
  • Specialty Inks: Employed in the formulation of specialty inks, such as screen printing and gravure inks.
  • Cleaning Agents: Utilized as a powerful solvent in industrial cleaning applications.
  • Chemical Processes: Employed as a reaction solvent and diluent in various chemical processes.

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