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ArroChem’s LPA 210 Solvent is a high-quality hydrocarbon-based solvent known for its excellent solvency power and versatility. It is a clear, colorless liquid with low odor, commonly used in industrial and commercial applications. LPA 210 Solvent exhibits strong cleaning and degreasing capabilities, making it suitable for a wide range of solvent applications.

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Clear, colorless liquid

Proprietary blend of organic solvents



Typically above 38°C (100°F)

Typically around 0.75 - 0.78 g/cm³


LPA 210 Solvent is utilized in a wide range of industrial applications, including:

  • Cleaning and Degreasing: Used as a solvent in cleaning formulations to remove oil, grease, and contaminants from various surfaces and equipment.
  • Adhesives and Sealants: Included in adhesive and sealant formulations to improve flow and adjust viscosity for optimal application properties.
  • Paints and Coatings: Employed as a solvent in paint and coating formulations to enhance film formation and leveling properties.
  • Inks: Incorporated in ink formulations to improve solvency and enhance ink performance.
  • Chemical Manufacturing: Serves as a reaction medium and solvent in various chemical processes.



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