PPH is one of the most efficient film-forming agents. Eastman Chemical Company’s T is another.
Propylene glycol and phenyl alcohol:
PPH is added into the latex system and distributed in both the aqueous (polymeric) phase. The film-forming effectiveness of PPH is dependent on the low distribution coefficient it has in both phases. This allows for good plasticizing effects and an appropriate balance of volatilization rates. PPH has a light odor and is colorless. The vast majority of latex resin and latex have strong dissolution capabilities. Water solubility in latex is very low to make sure that the latex paint is completely absorbed by the latex particles. It is also important to maintain good storage stability and to provide the best possible coalescence performance.
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Propylene phenylether – Product Performance
Propylene Glyphenyl Phenyl Ether is a slow-evaporating solvent formed by the reaction between phenol and a moleof propylene Oxide. It is not a fast evaporation solvent.
Technical Parameter: Propylene glycol Phenylether:
Propylene glycol-phenylether, which is slow to evaporate solvent from the reaction between phenol and a moleof propylene dioxide, is an inert solvent. It can also be used to substitute the toxic odors of DBE, DBE, isophorone, DBE, DBE or benzohexanone.
As a film-forming agent and co-solvent in stabilized formulations for metalworking fluids. It can also be used to enhance the repellency of hard-surface cleaners. Due to its high miscibility and moderate volatilization, excellent cohesion and coupling capability, low surface tension and good miscibility it’s widely used in automobile and auto repair coatings.
Packaging and Shipping Propylene glycol Phenyl ether
Many types of packing are dependent on Propylene phenyl ether.
Packaging of propylene glycol and phenylether: 1kg/bottle; 25kg/barrel or 200kg/barrel
Shipping of propylene glycol and phenylether: This could be done by sea or by air once the payment has been received.
Propylene glycol phenyl ether Properties
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