Friday, November 18, 2016

BUTYL CARBITOL

Diethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether/ Butyl Carbitol

Butyl CARBITOL™ is a slow-evaporating, hydrophilic glycol ether with excellent coalescing and coupling power. Butyl CARBITOL™ glycol ether can be considered a slower-evaporating analog of Butyl CELLOSOLVE™ glycol ether. It can be used in combination with Butyl CELLOSOLVE™ glycol ether to lower the evaporation rate and increase the hydrophobicity of the solvent package. In addition, Butyl CARBITOL™ glycol ether offers 100% water solubility.

Butyl CARBITOL solvent is useful in lacquers, dopes and stamp-pad and printing inks that require a solvent with an extremely low rate of evaporation. This glycol ether is incorporated in high-bake enamels to contribute desirable flow and gloss characteristics. Butyl CARBITOL solvent is a dye solvent used to promote rapid and uniform ink penetration for printing box-board and similar materials.

Butyl CARBITOL solvent serves as a mutual solvent for soaps, oils and water and as a component of liquid cleaners, “soluble” oils and textile oils. It has found increased use in cleaning formulations because of its good solvency for greasy soils and waxes.

Butyl CARBITOL solvent is used as a solvent in formulating aids for latex paints and as a dispersant for vinyl chloride resins used in organosols. It is a diluent for hydraulic brake fluids and an intermediate in the manufacture of plasticizers.

Applications
• Latex coalescent in water-based architectural and industrial coatings.
• Coupling agent and solvent in household and industrial cleaners, rust removers, hard surface cleaners, and      disinfectants.
• Primary solvent in solvent-based silk screen printing inks.
• Coupling solvent for resins and dyes in water-based printing inks.
• Solvent for ball point and felt tip pen inks, and textile dyeing and printing.
• Coalescent for latex adhesives.
• Deactivator, stabilizer for agricultural pesticides.


Features
 * Powerful solvency
*  Coalescing ability
*  High dilution ratio
* Low evaporation rate
* Low viscosity
* Wide range of applications

Typical Physical Properties
Property                                                                         Value
Molecular Weight (g/mol)                                                162.2
Boiling Point @ 760 mmHg, 1.01 ar                                230 °C (446 °F)
Flash Point (Setaflash Closed Cup)                                 114 °C (237 °F)
Flash Point (Open Cup)                                                    93 °C (199 °F)
Freezing Point                                                                 -68 °C (-90°F)
Vapor pressure@ 25°C — extrapolated                             0.03 mmHg 2.9 Pa
Specific gravity (25/25°C)                                                  0.951
Liquid Density @ 20°C                                                      0.955 g/cm3
                        @ 25°C                                                     0.948 g/cm3
Viscosity (cP or mPa•s @ 25°C)                                        6.0
Surface tension (dynes/cm or mN/m @ 20°C)                   30.0 (undiluted)
Specific heat (J/g/°C @ 25°C)                                            2.26
Heat of vaporization (J/g) at normal boiling point               276
Net heat of combustion (kJ/g) — predicted @ 25°C          28.7
Autoignition temperature                                                   210 °C (410 °F)
Evaporation rate (n-butyl acetate = 1.0)                           <0.01
Solubility, g/100 g @ 25°C Solvent in water                      955


Mike
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