1,6-Hexanediol is an organic compound, colorless, crystalline solid having a melting point of 42° C and boiling point of 208° C. It is insoluble in water and is hygroscopic .
Citric Acid (Mono / Anhydrous)
The Citric acid is a weak organic acid, is used as a natural preservative (antioxidant), is a colorless solid.
The sulfamic acid is a product in form of white, indoro and non-hygroscopic crystals. It is moderately soluble in water, and form strongly acidic solutions, but can be easily handled in its crystalline form.
BHT is an antioxidant used to retard rancidity of fats and oils, aiding in the stabilization of many types of products and preventing changes in its color, odor or texture.
It is a clear oily liquid with an acetone odor; slightly soluble in water but miscible with common solvents. It is used as an industrial solvent, activator in oxidation reactions and used in the production of adipic acid, cyclohexanone resins, cyclohexanone oxime, caprolactam and nylon 6.
Benzalkonium Chloride 60% and 80%
Benzalkonium chloride (alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride) is a surface tension increasing agent and the cationic nitrogenous contact belongs to the group of quaternary ammonium compounds.
It is a salt readily soluble in water, alcohol and acetone. It is used as an antiseptic spermicide, nasal decongestant, and historically as a bactericide. Its use ranges from disinfecting skin and mucous membranes cleaning instruments undergoing sterilization, for growing peaches and even as a preservative.
The benzyl chloride is a liquid solvent used as intermediate agent in a wide range of segments.
The diethanolamine is a volatile product to room temperature, hygroscopic ammonia odor, and may be in solid or liquid form depending on temperature and degree of purity.
The DMEA is a clear liquid with a slight ammonia odor. It is water miscible, and ether alcohols.
Ethylenediamine is a colorless transparent liquid suspension free, soluble in water and in most common organic solvents.
Glycerol or propane-1,2,3-triol (IUPAC, 1993) is an organic compound belonging to the alcohol function. It is liquid at room temperature (25 ° C), hygroscopic, odorless, viscous and sweet taste. The name originates from the Greek word glykos which means sweet. The term Glycerin refers to the product in its commercial form, with purity above 95%.
Sodium gluconate is a salt of gluconic acid produced by the fermentation of glucose. Usually presents as a white powder brown, depending on the production process. The crystalline sodium gluconate structure is easily solubilized in water. This same crystal configuration allows its total biodegradation in just two days, in addition to being non-toxic, non-corrosive and have a chelating action far superior to EDTA salts. The term chelating action the property of certain molecules form bonds with metal ions, preventing their transition in reactive environment; This action inhibits the corrosive effects of the metal ions from interfering, allowing the reaction to occur without the occurrence of interfering particles.
Glutaraldehyde 50 %
Menthol is an organic compound obtained by synthesis or extraction of mentha piperita oil or other essential oils. It is a waxy, crystalline material in a clear or white. At room temperature, it is in solid state, and enters a molten state at a few degrees above.
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK)
Colorless oily liquid with special amine odor, soluble in water and various organic impregnates. Used as a neutralizing agent in water treatment or in the formulation of varnishes graphs.
N-Methyl 2-Pyrrolidone (NMP)
N-Methyl Pyrrolidone, is a low volatility organic solvent, widely used in industry due to the low emission of volatile organic compounds and their solubility in water. It belongs to a class of dipolar aprotic solvents which also includes dimethylformamide, dimethylacetamide and dimethylsulfoxide.
Paraformaldehyde is a polymer of low molecular weight, white solid with a characteristic pungent formaldehyde odor. Paraformaldehyde is slightly soluble in alcohols, insoluble in ethers, hydrocarbons and carbon tetrachloride. It is on insoluble in cold water but soluble in hot water with depolymerization. Paraformaldehyde is stable under recommended storage conditions.
THF is tetrahydrofuran or a heterocyclic organic compound used as the solvent, obtained by hydrogenation of furan. It has low viscosity, dielectric constant of 7.6, similar to the odor of ethyl ether. It is soluble in water.