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Normal butyl acetate

Normal butyl acetate is an ester solvent with the chemical formula C6H12O2, a colorless, flammable liquid at ambient temperature. This solvent in the industry results from the esterification of normal butanol and acetic acid. Highly soluble, this solvent is applicable in the paint and coating industry, adhesion, tinting, perfume and cosmetics, synthetic leather, detergents, printing inks, pharmaceuticals and nitrocellulose lacquers.

Normal butyl acetate

Molecular Structure of Normal Butyl Acetate

Isobutyl acetate

Isobutyl acetate with molecular formula C6H12O2 is a colorless liquid with a molecular mass of 116.16 g / mol. This solvent is produced by the esterification of isobutanol with acetic acid. Like many esters it has a low concentration, like flowers or fruits. Isobutyl acetate is used as a solvent in adhesives, perfumes and cosmetics, cleansers, paints and thinners. This solvent can be a very good substitute for normal butyl acetate.

Methyl acetate

Methyl acetate is a chemical solvent resulting from the esterification of methanol alcohol and acetic acid. This solvent with chemical formula CH3COOCH3 has a smell similar to glue, a transparent and flammable liquid. This ester solvent is soluble in most organic solvents and is relatively soluble in water. Methyl acetate is a widely used solvent for nitrocellulose, lacquer, paint, resin, coatings and perfumes. It is also used in the formulation of detergents. It is also used as a substitute for acetone in early-drying varnish and acetone in thinner production.

Nitrocellulose lacquer

Nitrocellulose lacquers are a set of solvent based lacquers that include nitrocellulose, a resin made from nitration of cotton and other nitrocellulose materials. It can be used to polish wood products and maintain the gloss of painted surfaces. Different types of nitrocellulose lacquers can be produced by combining different nitrocellulose and solvents. Some applications of nitrocellulose lacquers include coatings, printing inks, automotive paints, primer paints and nail varnishes.

Increased octane

Gasoline has a structure that consists mainly of mixtures of various hydrocarbon groups such as normal-chain paraffins and isoparaffins, unsaturated cycloalkanes, unsaturated olefins, and light unsaturated cyclic aromatic aromatic 5 to 10 molecules per molecule. This hydrocarbon structure, known as naphtha, alone does not meet the full quality of engine gasoline and therefore requires the addition of a certain amount of specific chemicals that can improve the quality of its key parameters. Analyzing and observing the standard physical and chemical properties of gasoline is very important from the point of view of their use in the engine. Octane boosters are liquid hydrocarbon-based liquid materials that, in addition to being completely soluble in the gasoline feedstock and increasing the octane number, not only have adverse effects on other gasoline quality parameters but also improve them and increase fuel volume.

Mono Ethylene Glycol

Monoethylene glycol is an organic compound with the molecular formula C2 H6 03. This compound of ethylene is produced by an intermediate called ethylene oxide. It has two main uses in industry. The first application as a raw material in the production of polyester fibers is the second application in the formulation of antifreeze and cooling.

Di Ethylene Glycol

Diethylene glycol is an organic compound of formula C4 H10 O2. This product is less volatile than monoethylene glycol due to its higher molecular mass. Diethylene glycol is soluble in aqueous solvents and most organic solvents. Diethylene glycol is used in the manufacture of plastics, unsaturated polyester resins, acrylate and methacrylate resins.

Mixed  Xylene

Xylene or dimethylbenzene is an aromatic compound of the three structural isomers of methaziline, orthosilane and paraziline with some ethylbenzene. It is widely used in the chemical industry under the brand name of xylene blend. This blend is a colorless, flammable blend of high industrial value. This petrochemical product is obtained by the catalytic reforming process or carbonization of coal. Xylene blends a wide range of applications in a variety of industries, including the paint, resin, thinner, octane additive, leather, plastics and printing industries.


Isobutanol is a colorless, flammable organic compound with a specific odor that is used as a solvent in the chemical industry. It is caused by carbonylation of propylene. Isobutanol is a chain alcohol with an energy density close to gasoline. The main use of isobutanol is in the manufacture of zinc dialkalide diiophosphate and isobutyl acetate. It is used as a solvent in many industries including surface coatings, pesticides, flavors, resins, esters, gasoline, printing inks, paints and more.

Normal butanol

Normal butanol is a water-soluble, 4-carbon structure of the first type. It is produced in nature from the fermentation of sugars and carbohydrates and from the petrochemical industry of propylene gas origin. The main use of normal butanol is as an industrial intermediate, especially in the production of normal butyl acetate. Other uses of normal butanol include the production of polymers, pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs, perfumes and deodorants, butyl ethers, butyl acrylate and others.

Butyl glycol

Butyl glycol is a clear, colorless oily liquid with a high boiling point and low volatility and a fruity aroma. Like other ethers, it has two properties, including two groups of ether and alcohol in one molecule. Butyl glycol is completely soluble in water and many organic solvents. Butyl glycol is obtained from the reaction of ethylene oxide and normal butanol in the presence of a catalyst. Butyl glycol is used as a solvent or coagulant in water-based paints, coatings and composites. Butyl glycol is used in many products because of its mild aroma. It is also used as a starting material in the production of butyl glycol acetate. Butyl glycol in general is a very irreplaceable solvent especially in the paint industry.


Methanol is an alcohol of the first type and is the simplest aliphatic alcohol containing a methyl and an alcohol group. Methanol is a colorless and relatively volatile alcohol that is completely soluble in water. Methanol is used as a solvent or raw material in many chemical processes. About 40% of methanol is converted to formaldehyde.

Acetic acid

Acetic acid is a carboxylic acid with antibacterial and antifungal properties. A colorless liquid that has a similar aroma to vinegar, it is used in many chemical industries as a raw material. In the industry, it is derived from methanol carbonylation. Acetic acid is the main ingredient in the production of many esters. It is also used in the manufacture of products such as vinyl acetate monomer, acetic anhydride, vinegar and as a solvent in many industries.

Styrene monomer

Styrene monomer is an organic compound and one of the most important monomers produced in the chemical industry. Benzene derivatives are a colorless oily liquid with a sweet odor that evaporates easily. It is produced in the industry by the dehydrogenation of ethyl benzene. Styrene monomer is used as a precursor for the production of many polymers. It is also used in many industries such as rubber, resin, adhesive, solvent and textile.

Ortho xylene

Ortho xylene is an aromatic hydrocarbon and one of the isomers of xylenes. Ortosiline is a colorless, watery liquid with a sweet aroma that is lower in density than water and insoluble. The main use of orthosiline is in the production of phthalic anhydride and polyvinyl chloride. It is also used as a solvent in the paint, pesticide industry and as a lubricant additive.

Zinc stearate

White powder is micronized and hydrophobic with the molecular formula C36H70O4Zn resulting from the reaction of fatty acids with a combination of zinc metal. It melts at a lower temperature than other stearates, which makes it more easily separated by heating its particles. Zinc stearate is mainly used in the plastics and rubber industries. Zinc stearate as a lubricant or powder reduces the coefficient of friction of moving surfaces, thereby facilitating the movement of polymer chains on one another and in colors and The coatings act as a dispersant as well as a sanding agent in the sealer. In the construction industry, zinc stearate powder is used as a hydrophobic agent for plaster.

Shell powder

Shell paints are generally used for decorative purposes, office buildings, shops, and in the automotive industry. These coatings are applicable to galvanized and aluminum sheets and steel sheets. Certain products are produced and the color change from red to yellow to purple is permitted by changes in viewing angles. Shell colors are classified into three categories:

  1. Common Shell Colors: Has a series of small, transparent, thin plates, a white shade of color, with a particular viewing angle (transient angle) and with a dark or dark background.

B – Metallic shell paints: With the addition of ferrous metal oxides and dyes, similar metallic colors such as silver, golden copper, are seen.

C- Interfering Shell Colors: The film shades of this type of shellfish can be changed at other angles in addition to the transient angle.

Nano Silica Matting

The main applications are opaque in industries such as paint and resin production and plastic products. These materials are used to adjust the amount of light reflection from the surface of the final film. Among these opacifiers, nanosilica with a cavity structure and suitable size distribution is considered as a medium and economical opacifier.


White and solid powder with TiO2 formulation. Titanium dioxide has various applications in industries such as paint, ceramics, plastics, paper and electronics. Titanium has two types of anatas and rutile in organic and inorganic coatings, each with its own properties and applications. Titanium dioxide is non-flammable and not soluble in water and organic acids and dilute alkaline solutions but soluble in sulfuric acid and hydrofluoric acid.