Triethylene Glycol

Triethylene Glycol is widely used as a solvent. It has a high flash point, emits no toxic vapors, and is not absorbed through the skin.
CAS: No. 112-27-6
EINECS: No. 203-953-2
Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 2-429
Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.3 (water soluble liquid).

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Characteristics

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Triethylene glycol is viscous at room temperature. It is colorless, odorless, and sweet-tasting. It is miscible in water in all ratios.

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Cas No.

112-27-6

EINECES

203-953-2

Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law

2-429

Japan, Fire Services Law

Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.3 (water-soluble liquid).

Formula

C6H14O4

Flash Point (℃)

177 (airtight)

Autoignition Temperature (℃)

335

Melting Point (℃)

-7.2

Boiling Point (℃)

287.4

Flammability Range (vol%)

0.9~9.2

Applications

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Polyol, a cellophane plasticizer, synthetic resin raw materials.

Usage, Handling, and Storage Regulations

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Applicable Law: Japan Fire Service Law

Available volume specifications

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Drum, Oil can

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