glycol ethers

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gly·col e·thers

chemicals such as ethylene glycol monomethyl ether and ethylene glycol monoethyl ether; they are teratogens that induce testicular atrophy in animals.
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1-tert-Butoxy-2-propanol is a glycol ether that has found increasing use as a solvent in coatings, glass-cleaning and surface-cleaning products, inks, adhesives, and nail-polish lacquers.
In terms of converting and packaging fields, most low molecular-weight graphic arts polymers are polymerized in a glycol-ether solvent, and therefore contain residual glycol ether.
Browse through the TOC of global e-series glycol ether market for an in-depth analysis of the industry trends and segments, with help of various tables and figures.
Abstract: The cleaning composition includes an oil solubilizing amount of a degreaser, comprised of a glycol ether, a rubber solvent comprised of nonaromatic naphtha and a diluent comprised of alcohol.
Glycol ether provides the required solubilization and HLB to create the microemulsion.
Lyondell Chemical Company has made plans to increase its annual propylene glycol ether (PGE) capacity by 50,000 metric tons by the beginning of 2007.
NeoResins, Wilmington, MA, has introduced a new line of glycol ether (GE) and APEO surfactant free emulsion resins for graphic arts applications.
The excerpt from the regulation which affects glycol ether plasticizers is shown in table 1.
Arcosolv PMP, a non-HAP glycol ether ester, has broad solvency and slow evaporation rate, which makes it a suitable replacement for ethylene glycol ethyl ether acetate (EEA), according to the company.
Other effects of this move include an on-list and off-list increase in the price of glycol ether esters and ethyl acetate in the U.
com), headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a leading producer of: propylene oxide (PO); PO derivatives, including toluene diisocyanate (TDI), propylene glycol (PG), butanediol (BDO) and propylene glycol ether (PGE); and styrene monomer and MTBE as co-products of PO production.
As for EO downstream industries in 2012, ethylene glycol accounted for 49% of market shares, non-ionic surface active agent 20%, water reducing agent 11%, polyether 7%, ethanolamine 8%, glycol ether 3%, choline and others accounted for about 2% of market shares.