Sadara's other products include ethylene, propylene, ethylene oxide (EO), butyl glycol
(BG), amines, propylene oxide (PO), propylene glycol (PG), polyols and isocyanates.
Saudi-based Sadara Chemical Company, a joint venture between Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) and The Dow Chemical Company, announced the production of commercial quantities of butyl glycol
ether (BGE) at its plant, one of the largest of its kind in the world.
Sadara's butyl glycol
ether (BGE) plant is one of the largest of its kind in the world.
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.
I g of the dirt was mixed with 1 g butyl glycol
and these 2 g were filled in a spray bottle and filled up with 998 g deionized water.
Supply of (a) 20 tons ethyl glycol, (b) 20 tons butyl glycol
, (c) 20 tons isobutyl alcohol & (d) 20 tons cyclo hexanon in 4 lots.
Acrylic emulsion resin (Johnson Company, USA); short oil alkyd emulsion resin (DSM Company, Germany); Urabrid AC100 emulsion resin (DSM Company, Germany); 2-mercaptothiazoline (MT, Sigma Aldrich, USA); epoxidized soybean oil (Ep-So, Hobum Company, Germany); talc (El-Nasr Phosphate Company, Egypt); titanium dioxide (Rutile R-902), density 4.1 g/[cm.sup.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.
Additionally, in the liquid chemicals envelope, Sadara is able to produce such new products as amines, propylene glycol, butyl glycol
ethers, TDI, PMDI and polyols, which will enable the paints and coatings, personal care products, foam and moldings industries, among others, to flourish in kingdom.
A debottlenecking project to increase its capacity of butyl glycol
ethers has been announced by Dow Oxygenated Solvents.
They are employed to reduce the minimum film forming temperature (MFFT) of the binder, typically in a mixture of hydrophilic (e.g., butyl glycol
) and hydrophobic (e.g., dipropylene glycol n-butyl ether) solvents.