Chemical name: 1,1’-Iminodi-2-propanol,
Product Name: Diisopropanolamine (DIPA)
CAS No: 110-97-4
DIPA Content: ≥99.0%
MIPA and TIPA: ≤0.5%
Water Content: ≤0.5%
Appearance: White to light yellow solid
Structure Formula: C6H15NO2
Melocular Weight: 133.19
Physical and Chemical Characteristics
Smelling: Light ammoniacal odour
Specific Gravity: 0.984g /ml (60℃)
Boiling Point: 248℃
Freezing Point: 42℃
Flashing Point: 127℃
Solubility: 87g/100ml (20℃)
Gas treating: Used to remove acid gas such as carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide in natural gas and refinery gas;
Surfactant: Used to adjust the surface tension, used as a good emulsifier, wetting agent;
Fiber Processing Agent: Used as a lubricant, antistatic agent, refining agent;
Medicine and Pesticide: Used as a material of intermediate, emulsifier, dispersant;
Paint and Coating: Used as a neutralizing agent for resin, assistant agent for dyeing, neutralizing agent for electrophoretic paint;
Metal working fluids: Used as a metal tempering preparation, antioxidant;
Papermaking additive: Used as a defoamer and a fluorescent brightener.
Packed in drum, net weight 200kg, Isotank and IBC are available.
DIPA with different concentrations are provided as required. Generally, DIPA 85.0% and DIPA 90.0% are available.
Store in a cool and dry place, prevent from sunshine and rain. Shelf life is two years, and after then it could still be available once
passed the chemical test.
Safety & Toxicity
Generally present no toxicity, alkalescence but do not irritate skin. It should be prevented from spilling into the eyes while handling.
High flashing point. combustible, non-explosive. Extinguishing media: foam, dry powder, water and so on.