CAS 7580-85-0

CAS number: 7580-85-0
Product name: 2-(tert-butoxy)ethan-1-ol
Molecular formula: C6H14O2
Purity: 99%min

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Compound number: TFNMC-001-791-645
CAS number: 7580-85-0
Product name: 2-(tert-butoxy)ethan-1-ol
IUPAC traditional: 2-(T-butoxy)ethanol
SMILES: CC(C)(C)OCCO
InChI key: BDLXTDLGTWNUFM-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Molecular formula: C6H14O2
Molecular weight: 118.176
Other Name: ZINC000002036888
MFCD00059004
2-(tert-butoxy)ethan-1-ol
2-(tert-Butoxy)ethanol (N-2)
Ethanol, 2-(1,1-dimethylethoxy)-
Ethylene glycol mono-tert-buthyl ether
Ethylene Glycol Mono-tert-butyl Ether
Ethyleneglycol mono-tert-butyl ether
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Product advantage:Ethylene glycol tertiary butyl ether (ETB) has low toxicity, low odor, low irritation and low optical reactivity. It has been widely used in automobile and building coatings in the United States, Japan and Europe, especially water dispersible coatings

Product comparison EB(BCS) ETB
Toxicity High toxicity and limited use on some coatings Low toxicity, widely applicable
Volatility Dry point 172 degrees, volatilization rate 9 Dry point of 152 degrees, evaporation rate of 19, easier to get a good drying effect of coating
Water solubility Stratification occurs when water solution reaches a temperature point At any temperature, the aqueous solution is not stratified, and the storage stability is good

Application field of ethylene glycol tertiary butyl ether (ETB):

  1. water system coating solvent: solvent used mainly in aqueous system, milk glue dispersed coating in coating industry.
  2. paint solvent: as dispersing agent, as leveling agent and defoaming agent. To improve the drying speed, smoothness, gloss, adhesion fastness of water dispersible coating, improve gloss.
  3. Printing and dyeing: modified silicone oil with ETB as solvent, used in textile finishing, feels smooth and soft, and greatly reduces the irritation to the skin.
  4. Fiber extract: Alied-Signal company in the United States uses 76% mineral oil polyethylene fiber by ETB extraction, after extraction, fiber mineral oil content reduced by 0.15%.
  5. Titanium oxide phthalocyanine dye: Japan Canon company Ti (OBu) 4 into 1, 3- two amino ISO two indole ETB solution, stir at at 130 degrees 3h, the preparation of pure titanium phthalocyanine dye.
  6. Efficient household cleaning agent: Japan Asahi electric company uses propylene oxide and ETB containing KOH reaction after treatment to obtain poly (propylene oxide) tert butyl ether, which is an ideal efficient home cleaning agent.
  7. Corrosion resistant hydrosol paint: Ni o Paint Co uses two methyl ether, acrylic resin, ETB, butanol, TiO2, cyclohexyl carbonate, defoaming agent to make a kind of spraying corrosion resistant hydrosol paint.
  8. Radio element carbon film resistor: using ETB as a carbon film resistor resistance liquid, smooth surface, can eliminate the phenomenon of pinhole and webbing, improves the performance of electrical components.

Fuel additives: ETB can be used as a solvent, boiler fuel improver, not only improve the combustion efficiency, but also can reduce the emissions of new energy as boilers and large marine diesel engine, there are environmental rigid demand and dividend policy advantages.

Packaging and storage and transportation
Store in a cool, ventilated warehouse. Keep away from fire and heat. Packaging requires sealing, not contact with the air. It should be stored separately with oxidants, acids and alkalis, and should not be mixed. Explosion proof lighting and ventilation facilities are adopted. Prohibit the use of easily sparking mechanical equipment and tools. The storage area should be equipped with leakage emergency treatment equipment and appropriate storage materials.

Drum (180Kg/ barrel) or apron.

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