Di-octyl Maleate (DOM)
Molecular Weight : 340
CAS No. : 142-16-5
|Appearance||Clear liquid,free from suspended matter|
|Acid Value||%||0.01 – 0.02 Max|
|Acidity as maleic Acid||%||0,05 max.|
|Water content||%||205 (min)|
|Esters content||%||99.0 min.|
|Density @ 20°C||g/ml||0.942|
|Boiling Point||°C||164 at 10 mmHg|
|Refractive index @ 25oC||1,455|
Dioctyl Maleate is used as a co-monomer in the manufacturing of paints, paper, adhesives and textile coatings. It finds also application as intermediate for surfactants.
Packaging: HDPE Barrels 200/250 kg & IBC 1000 Kg
Storage: The packaged material shall be kept into its original packaging, in cool and well-ventilated place, neither under rain nor in wet places, away from flames and heating sources. The bulk material shall be stored in stainless steel tanks, under nitrogen blanketing; for a long-lasting quality the material shall be kept at ambient temperature and away from any flame or concentrated heat source..
Shelf life: 1 year from production date.
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