Example of Product Applications

Brake Fluids

Glycol Ether

As glycol ether has superior solubility, it has the characteristics of being highly compatible with base oils and causing less changes in viscosity over a wide temperature range.
Moreover, as it has an appropriate level of water solubility, it does not undergo freezing separation even if external water is mixed in, and vapor lock and evaporation losses are prevented by its high boiling point.

MTG (triethylene glycol monomethyl ether)

MPG (polyethylene glycol monomethyl ether)

BTG (triethylene glycol monobutyl ether)

Its boiling point is high, even for a glycol ether, and it has high water solubility.
By combining methyl-based and butyl-based glycol ethers, rubber swelling can be appropriately adjusted so that it is at an optimal level for brake fluids.

Gas Absorbing Agents

Amino Alcohol

Amino alcohol absorbs acidic gases (e.g., CO2, H2S) and has the property of readily releasing them when it is heated. It is used for desulfurization and decarbonation in petroleum refining and for gas purification in the chemical industry.

Amino alcohol series

Amino alcohol shows excellent performance as an absorbing agent for acidic gases (CO2, H2S) .

Acidic gas absorption flow process (example)

Neutralizers

Amino Alcohol Series

Amino Alcohol Series can be used as a neutralizer for acrylic polymers for water based paints, etc.
Particularly, the dialkanolamine series improves the durability of coating films.

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