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Dipropylene Glycol
Dipropylene Glycol
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    Product Description

    Product Details:

    Minimum Order Quantity

    50 Kilogram

    Physical State

    Powder, solid, Liquid

    Usage

    Industrial, Laboratory

    Dipropylene Glycol (DPG) is used as a reactive intermediate in the manufacture of high-performance unsaturated polyester resins, polyurethanes and plasticizers. DPG has great solvency, a low evaporation rate, low toxicity, high viscosity and low odor, making it a chemical intermediate of choice for many applications

    Other Detail:

    • High-volume plasticizer
    • Reactant in unsaturated polyurethane resins, adding flexibility and hydrolytic stability
    • Initiator in urethane polyols, and as the polyol itself in some rigid polyurethane systems
    • Reactive diluents in radiation-cured resins and coatings, cutting viscosity and enabling easier application
    • Other effective uses of DPG are:
    • Hydraulic brake fluid formulations
    • Cutting oils
    • Textile lubricants
    • Printing inks
    • Coatings
    • Industrial soaps
    • Solvents for agricultural chemicals such as insecticides
    • Dyes industries
    • Pigments industry
    • Flavors & fragrances.
    • Glycols such as Propylene glycol (PGI), and Dipropylene Glycol (DPG) can be used as:
    • Initiators for urethane polyol synthesis from epoxides
    • The polyol itself in some polyurethane foam systems
    • A component for polyurethane/urea elastomers

    Paint and Coatings:

    Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings:

    • The full range of propylene glycols are used in the synthesis of alkyd resins found in paints, enamels and varnishes.
    • DPG are used as compatibilizers and for freeze-thaw protection in latex-based paint formulations.
    • DPG are used as resin solvents in the production of printing inks.

    Alkyd Resins for Paint and Coatings:

    • PGI is used as an intermediate in the production of alkyd resins for paints and varnishes. It controls flexibility and hardness.

    Latex Paints:

    • Propylene glycols (PGI, DPG and TPG) are used in latex-based architectural paints to provide freeze and thaw stability. They also enhance the quality of the final film by changing the open time and providing leveling during application.

    UV-Curable Resins:

    • UV-curable (or Radiation Cure) resins are used in printing inks, varnishes, paints and coating applications.

    These resins offer several advantages, including:

    • Increased energy efficiency
    • No post curing
    • Low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions
    • Fast processing speeds
    • Compact plant size

    Composition Details:

    Physical Properties

    Units

    Dipropylene Glycol Regular Grade (DPG)

    Chemical Name


    oxybispropanol

    Formula


    C6H14O3

    CAS Number1


    25265-71-8

    EINECS Number


    246-770-3

    Molecular Weight


    134.2

    Boiling Poit

    760 mm Hg, F

    450.0

    760 mm Hg, F

    232.2

    Vapor Pressure

    mm Hg, F (25 C)

    0.016

    Evaporation Rate

    (n-Butyl Acetate = 1)

    1.55E-03

    Other Information

    • Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Kilograms

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