Solos are solvents with very high percentages of aromatic compounds (sometimes up to 99.9%) and consist of mono-ring alkyl aromatics of the type trimethyl, propyl, isopropyl mixed with different percentages. These solvents are mostly used when toluene or even xylene is not considered suitable as aromatic solvents due to their boiling point and evaporation number. Toxicologically and ecologically, most of the worries about aromatics are in some cases above average.
It should be noted that sometimes less than 10% of fragrant solvents such as butyl acetate are added to them. Soloso 100 have thin, high-boiling solvents with excellent polishing. They offer excellent properties for use in many applications of coatings, paints and inks. High Fluorescent White and Low HAP and VOC High Quality Properties, Industrial CI, Mastics and Sealants, Additives, Petroleum Chemicals, Water Purification Chemicals and Special Chemicals. solution, aromatic solvent C10, also called (Soloso aromatic 150; A150; and cacozol 150) naphtha 150 solution. Production: Soloso 150 is produced from the distillation of aromatic streams obtained from crude oil. Processes and equipment for the production, transport and storage of these aromatic solvents are continuous and enclosed. Global production of aromatic naphtha products such as A150 is expected to exceed 450,000 tons per year. Application: Soloso 150 is used in metallic paints, also found in lacquer and wood paints. Aromatic solvent C10 has a high boiling point (181-205 ° C).
It is an aromatic hydrocarbon solvent that is mainly used in paints and coatings, printing inks and chemical industries. It has a higher evaporation point than the caisson, and therefore improves the flow and formation of the film, making it useful in the paint and coating industry. It also contains ethyl benzene and is therefore suitable for aromatic compounds and pesticides. Aromatic solvent C10 is a mixture of resins for castings and is used in oil fields. It is also ideal for use in product additives such as chlorine and rubber formulations, synthetic resins and oil-modified alkyds. Storage and Distribution: The Soluso 150 can be stored in mild steel drums and / or ISO tanks and transported by tank trucks or bulk vessels. It should be stored in a cool, dry and well-ventilated environment to avoid the risk of fire. The Soloso 150 has a specific gravity of 0.855 and a flash point of 55 ° C (CC) which ignites. Appearance: Liquid Product Category: Agriculture, Fertilizers and Toxins, Adhesives, Paints and Resins, Organic