N-butanol is used in the production of derivatives such as butyl acrylates, butyl glycol
ethers, butyl acetate, amino resins, and plasticizers that are key raw materials in paints, coatings, adhesives, and inks, among other products.
The complex will include a worldscale cracker, along with capacity of 3m tonnes/year of polyurethanes, propylene glycol (PG), butyl glycol
ethers, amines, polyethylene (PE), polyolefin elastomers and other products.
3] (DuPont Company, Canada); butyl glycol
(Dow Company, USA); dispersing and wetting agent (Munzing Chemie, Germany).
The correct INCI name is: butyl glycol
(and) iris florentina root extract.
A debottlenecking project to increase its capacity of butyl glycol
ethers has been announced by Dow Oxygenated Solvents.
6 Table 8--Additives Premix for a Pigmented Coating Butyl glycol
Our new Taft unit keeps pace with growing demand for butanol and its derivatives butyl acrylate, butyl acetate and butyl glycol
ethers," says James F.
To prepare an aqueous dispersion of CMCAB, it must be dissolved in butyl glycol
or some other ester-miscible solvent blend, then water and amine should be added to neutralize approximately 10-15% of the acid groups.
The Wilton unit, which produces primarily methyl and butyl glycol
ethers, more than doubled capacity through a series of upgrades, bringing total capacity to 105 million pounds per year.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Union Carbide Corporation (NYSE: UK) today announced plans to expand butyl glycol
ethers capacity at its Seadrift, Tex.
He added that the need for the new butanol unit is dictated by growth rates in derivative products, driven principally by worldwide demand for butyl acrylate, butyl acetate and butyl glycol
3 /PRNewswire/ -- Union Carbide Corporation (NYSE: UK) today announced completion of a butyl glycol
ethers capacity expansion at its Seadrift, Tex.