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VESTASOL® DHN by Evonik acts as a solvent with a characteristic odor. Imparts good flow and high gloss. Exhibits high boiling point and improves leveling. VESTASOL® DHN is an indispensable component... view more
VESTASOL® THN by Evonik acts as a solvent and works as an oxygen carrier in air-drying oils. Suitable for rubber and floor waxes. It is autoxidative and has a naphthalene-like smelling. Provides... view more
Cyclohexane (Hydrocarbons 95%) by Haltermann Carless is a high-purity, alicyclic hydrocarbon solvent. It can be used in crystallization, extraction, HPLC and SMB chromatography processes... view more
iso-Octane (2,2,4-Trimethylpentane) (Hydrocarbons 95%) by Haltermann Carless is a high purity, aliphatic hydrocarbon solvent. It is suitable for crystallization, extraction, HPLC and SMB... view more
iso-Pentane (Hydrocarbons 95%) by Haltermann Carless is an aliphatic hydrocarbon solvent. It is suitable as a high-purity solvent in crystallization, extraction, HPLC and SMB chromatography... view more
Haltermann Carless
n-Decane (Hydrocarbons 95%) is an aliphatic hydrocarbon solvent by Haltermann Carless. It is suitable for crystallization, extraction, HPLC and SMB chromatography processes. n-Decane (Hydrocarbons... view more
Haltermann Carless
n-Dodecane (Hydrocarbons 95%) by Haltermann Carless is a high-purity, aliphatic hydrocarbon solvent. n-Dodecane (Hydrocarbons 95%) is designed for crystallization, extraction, HPLC and SMB... view more
1, 2-Dichloropropane. Acts as a solvent. It is a very flammable liquid and its vapors can form explosive mixtures with air within 3.4-14.5% limits. Used in organic synthesis and polystyrene... view more
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Petro-Canada Lubricants
PARAFLEX™ HT 10 by PetroCanada is a saturated hydrocarbon. Acts as a solvent. It has high viscosity index, with excellent response to VI improver and pour point depressant additives. It provides... view more
Petro-Canada Lubricants
PARAFLEX™ HT 100 by PetroCanada is a saturated hydrocarbon. Acts as a solvent. Provides very low carbon residue and also has very low toxicity. It exhibits outstanding oxidative and thermal... view more
Petro-Canada Lubricants
PARAFLEX™ HT 15 by PetroCanada is a saturated hydrocarbon. Acts as a solvent. Offers excellent light stability in the presence of a UV stabilizer and is ideal for compounding light colored... view more
Petro-Canada Lubricants
PARAFLEX™ HT 22 by PetroCanada is a saturated hydrocarbon. Acts as a solvent. It gives very low carbon residue and also has very low toxicity. It provides outstanding oxidative and thermal stability... view more
Petro-Canada Lubricants
Saturated hydrocarbon. Acts as a solvent. It provides outstanding oxidative and thermal stability in the presence of a minimal amount of inhibitor. It gives very low carbon residue and also has very... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 100-120 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 - C9 hydrocarbon solvent, designed for use in rubbers. SOLANE® 100-120 shows a boiling range between 102 - 125°C... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 100-140 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 - C9 hydrocarbon solvent. Recommended for rubber applications. SOLANE® 100-140 provides a boiling range between 102 - 138°C... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 100-155 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 - C9 hydrocarbon solvent. Exhibits a boiling range between 103 - 157°C. SOLANE® 100-155 is recommended for adhesive applications... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 70-95 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C6 - C7 hydrocarbon solvent. Used for rubber applications. SOLANE® 70-95 offers a boiling range between 71 - 89°C... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 80-110 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 hydrocarbon solvent. It has a boiling range between 84 - 107°C. SOLANE® 80-110 is designed for rubbers... view more
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