What is solvesso 100?
Solvesso™ 100 Aromatic Fluid by ExxonMobil Chemical is an aromatic fluid-based solvent. It appears as clear and transparent liquid with high solvency and controlled evaporation characteristics. Solvesso™ 100 Aromatic Fluid is used in mastics and sealants.
What is HI SOL?
Product Specifications. Hi Sol 10 or Aromatic 100 also known as Light Aromatic Solvent is a clear, colorless, liquid with a sweet aromatic smell. Aromatic 100 is used in industrial applications such as fuel additives, paints, coatings, pesticides, industrial cleaning, mastics and sealants, and process fluids.
What is C9 aromatics?
The C9 Aromatic Hydrocarbons Solvents Category is comprised of a petroleum naphtha refinery stream, “Solvent naphtha, (petroleum), light aromatic,” (CAS RN 64742-95-6; hereafter referred to as C9 aromatic. naphtha), from which the other, more chemically pure members of this category are isolated.
What is aromatic solvent?
An aromatic solvent is a solvent that contains an aromatic hydrocarbon such as naptha, toluene or xylene. Aromatic solvents are primarily used as solvents and diluents in various industrial fields. Aromatic solvents such as toluene are commonly used in paints, varnishes, adhesives and as chemical intermediates.
What is solvent naphtha?
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained from distillation of aromatic streams. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C9 through C16 and boiling in the range of approximately 165°C to 290°C (330°F to 554°F).
What is heavy aromatics?
Heavy Aromatics (HA) is pale yellow liquid in colour. This is an excellent feedstock for solvent manufacturing of different grades containing pure aromatics of C10, C11 and C12 material. OMPL has an annual production capacity of 35 KTPA.
What are c8 aromatics?
There are two types of C8 aromatic hydrocarbon mixtures; m-xylene rich type and ethylbenzene rich type. The m-xylene rich type was mainly observed during roadside and tunnel studies, while ethylbenzene rich type was typically observed in industrial areas including solvent using industries.
Why aromatic compounds are flammable?
Aromatic hydrocarbons are all combustible. The lightest members of this class, benzene and substituted benzenes, have high enough vapor pressures and low enough flash points to be vapor explosion hazards.
What is the pH of benzene?
In other words, benzene doesn’t have a pH. (It’s also not a Bronsted acid or base.)