- Comparative characteristics of acrylic resins
- Solgad 100 (analogue of Shellsol 100, Solvesso 100)
- Solgad 150 (analogue of Shellsol 150, Solvesso 150)
- Solgad 150 ULN (analogue of Shellsol A150 ND)
- Solgad 200 ND (analogue of Solvesso 200 ND)
- SBP 60/95
- SBP 80/100
- Nessol D40 (analogue of Shellsol D40 and Exxsol D40)
- Nessol D60 (analogue of Shellsol D60 and Exxsol D60)
- Nessol D80 (analogue of Shellsol D80 and Exxsol D80)
- Nessol D100 (analogue of Shellsol D100 and Exxsol D100)
- Nessol D100+
- Nessol D110 analogue Exxsol D110
- Nessol 40
- Nessol 60
Ethyl acetate, ethyl acetate of acetic acid is a colorless, transparent, flammable liquid with a pleasant odor. Miscible in any ratio with benzene, toluene, chloroform, diethyl ether, ethanol and a number of other organic solvents. Soluble in water to a limited extent.
Ethyl acetate is a moderately polar solvent. It dissolves well cellulose ethers, resin oil varnishes, fats, waxes, easily hydrolyzes to ethanol and acetic acid in an alkaline medium.
Ethyl acetate has relatively low toxicity.
— as a solvent in the production of paints and varnishes and ink for printing machines. For these purposes, up to 30% of all ethyl acetate produced is consumed;
— as a solvent in the manufacture of adhesive compositions;
— at the stage of packaging various goods with flexible packaging materials - as an ink solvent when applying inscriptions and images in a stencil method;
— as a reagent and as a reaction medium in the production of pharmaceuticals (methoxazole, rifampicin, etc.);
— as a degreasing agent in the production of aluminum foil and thin aluminum sheets;
— as a cleaning and degreasing agent in the electronics industry;
— as a solvent for cellulose ethers;
— mixed with alcohol as a solvent in the manufacture of artificial leather;
— as an extracting agent for various organic substances from aqueous solutions. Due to its low toxicity, ethyl acetate is used in the food industry, for example, for extracting caffeine from coffee;
— as a gelling agent in the manufacture of explosives;
— as a component of fruit essences.