Epochem Xylene

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Epochem Xylene
Epochem xylene
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Epochem Xylene

GZ Industrial Supplies is the supplier of Epochem brand of Cleaning and maintenance chemicals in Nigeria. Our Epochem xylene is a high-quality solvent that can be used for a variety of applications in the industrial, automotive, and paint sectors. Epochem xylene has excellent solvency properties for many synthetic and natural resins, such as alkyds, acrylics, polyesters, and epoxy resins. 

Epochem xylene can also be used as a thinner for paints, varnishes, lacquers, and enamels, as well as a cleaner for tools and equipment. It has a low odour, a high flash point, and a low toxicity compared to other solvents. Epochem xylene is available in various grades and packaging sizes to suit your needs.

Technical Specifications of Epochem Xylene

  • Assay: (GC) 99.89%
  • Paraxylene: 22.02%
  • M Xylene: 46.67%
  • Ortho Xylene: 13.73%
  • Ethyl Benzene: 17.47%
  • Boiling Range: 138.9-140.7
  • Color (APHA): 2
  • Residue After Evaporation: <10 ppm
  • Sulphur Compounds: <1 ppm
  • Water: 0.02%
  • Specific Gravity @ 15.56C: 0.871
  • Benzene Content: <0.01%
  • Toluene Content: <0.01%
  • Total C9 Aromatics: <0.01%
  • Non-Aromatics: <0.04%

Frequently Asked Questions.

1. What Are The Uses Of Xylene?

Xylene is used as a solvent and in the printing, rubber, and leather industries. It is also used as a cleaning agent, a thinner for paint, and in paints and varnishes. It is also an ingredient in some consumer products, such as gasoline, paint varnish, shellac, rust preventatives, and cigarette smoke.

2. Can Xylene Be Used For Cleaning?

Yes, xylene is used as a cleaning agent and solvent for various applications, including removing paint, varnish, adhesives, and graffiti. However, it should be used with caution due to its potential health and environmental risks.

3. Can Xylene Cause Environmental Harm?

Xylene is considered hazardous to the environment due to its potential to contaminate soil and water if not handled and disposed of properly. It can also contribute to air pollution.

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