Dibasic Ester

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CAS Number: 95481-62-2

HS Code: 3824 99 92

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  • 220kg/drum
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Appearance:

clear and colorless liquid

Purity

99%

Ester content

>99 %

Dimethyl succinate

10-28 %

Dimethyl glutarate

50-65 %

Dimethyl adipate

15-35 %

Range of distillation

196~230 ℃

Moisture

≤ 0.1 %

Methanol

≤ 0.2

Acid Value

≤ 0.3 MgKOH/g

Color No.(APHA)

≤ 30

Chemical Description:

  • Dibasic esters (DBEs) are a family of esters derived from dibasic acids and alcohols.
  • They are commonly used as solvents in various industrial applications.
  • DBEs typically include dimethyl adipate (DMA), dimethyl glutarate (DMG), and dimethyl succinate (DMS).
  • They are clear, colorless liquids with a mild fruity odor.
  • Dibasic esters are known for their high solvency power, low volatility, and biodegradability.
  • They have a relatively high boiling point, which makes them suitable for high-temperature applications.
  • DBEs are often used as a safer alternative to more hazardous solvents such as methylene chloride and toluene.
  • They are employed in coatings, adhesives, sealants, and printing inks due to their effective solvency properties.
  • DBEs play a critical role in the cleaning and degreasing of metal parts, particularly in automotive and aerospace industries.
  • They are used in paint stripping formulations, offering effective removal of paints and coatings.
  • Dibasic esters are also utilized in the production of polymers and resins.
  • In the pharmaceutical industry, DBEs serve as intermediates in the synthesis of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
  • Their low toxicity and environmental friendliness make them preferred solvents in green chemistry.
  • DBEs have good compatibility with various resins, pigments, and other additives.
  • They are resistant to hydrolysis, ensuring stability in aqueous environments.
  • Dibasic esters are miscible with most organic solvents, enhancing their versatility in formulations.
  • They are used in the formulation of lubricants, offering good lubrication properties.
  • DBEs help in reducing the viscosity of high-solid formulations, improving application performance.
  • They are employed in the electronics industry for cleaning and removing flux residues.
  • DBEs are utilized in agrochemical formulations for their effective solvency and stability.
  • They find applications in the production of personal care products, such as nail polish removers.
  • The biodegradability of dibasic esters makes them an environmentally friendly choice for various applications.
  • They are often part of eco-friendly paint and coating formulations, reducing the environmental impact.
  • DBEs can be used as plasticizers, enhancing the flexibility and durability of plastics.
  • They offer good solubility for a wide range of polymers, making them useful in polymer processing.
  • The use of dibasic esters can improve the performance and longevity of coatings and adhesives.
  • They contribute to the reduction of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions in formulations.
  • DBEs are compatible with a variety of chemical additives, enabling customized formulation solutions.
  • Their low odor and toxicity make them suitable for use in indoor applications.
  • Dibasic esters are key components in formulations designed for sensitive environments, such as hospitals and schools.
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