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BISMALEIMIDE TRIAZINE RESIN (BT RESIN) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

PRODUCT PROFILE: BT-Epoxy belongs to the group of thermoset resins used in printed circuit boards (PCBs). It is a mixture of epoxy resin, a common raw material for PCBs and BT resins. This is in turn a mixture of Bismaleimide, which as such is also used as a raw material for PCBs and Cyanate Ester. Three cyano groups of the cyanate ester are trimerized to a triazinering structure, hence the T in the name. In presence of a bismaleimide the double bond of the maleimide group can copolymerize with the cyano groups to heterocyclic 6 membered aromatic ring structures with two nitrogen atoms (pyrimidines). The cure reaction occurs at temperatures up to 250 degrees C, and is catalyzed by strongly basic molecules like Dabco (diazabicyclooctane) and 4-DMAP (4 dimethylaminopyridin). Products with very high glass transition temperatures (Tg) up to 300 degrees C - and very low dielectric constant can be obtained. These properties make these materials very attractive for use in PCBs. Product characteristics: BT / Epoxy possess characteristics that make it an excellent selection for larger panel sizes. Advantages such as a high Tg, low coefficient of thermal expansion and excellent electrical insulation in high humidity and at higher temperatures make this to be a good material choice. The enhanced heat resistance of BT resins comes from their ring structure rather than increasing the density of cross links. This means that they have relatively good bond strength and are less brittle than epoxies. It was found that the BT/ Si3N4 composites showed increase in thermal conductivity with Si3N4 weight fraction. The thermal conductivity of the BT/Si3N4 composites was up to 0.94 W/m.K, for a mixture containing 50 wt% of micro Si3N4 fillers in the BT resins matrix, which was about 5 times larger than the pure BT resin. Moreover, the BT/Si3N4 composites had excellent thermal properties. BT resin has become the preferred laminate material for many manufacturers because of its high Tg, low dielectric constant and good insulation properties. Applications of Bismaleimide triazine resin: BT resins having various processing temperature conditions can be formulated, which, after polymerizing and crosslinking, can provide materials with various thermal stability, dielectric constants, and mechanical properties for various applications:- • BT resin is the 'glue' that holds together the glass yarn fibers. • BT resin is used to make substrates that connect chips used in handsets to printed circuit boards, integrated circuits for smart phones, tablet PCs, feature phones, and networking devices. • The proportions in the BT resins are varied to produce different properties: a resin with 10% bismaleimide by weight is used for general purpose printed circuit boards, as it has a similar curing temperature to epoxy resins. • BT is also used to hold the chip dies in place on the packaging substrate material. GLOBAL SCENARIO: BT resin has become the preferred laminate material for many manufacturers because of its high Tg, low dielectric constant and good insulation properties. In fact, BT is now apparently the standard substrate material for BGA's, and is also being used in CSP laminates. Japan accounts for an estimated 90% of worldwide output of the product and MGC alone accounts for 50%. PC Mitsubishi Gas Chemical and Hitachi Chemical, boasting 90% global market share.
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BISPHENOL A - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

PRODUCT PROFILE: Bisphenol a (BPA), a synthetic estrogen used to harden polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resin, is the focus of a growing number of research studies and legislative actions. Bisphenol A (BPA) is an organic compound with the chemical formula (CH3)2C(C6H4OH)2. It is a colourless solid that is soluble in organic solvents, but poorly soluble in water. Having two phenol functional groups, it is used to make polycarbonate polymers and epoxy resins, along with other materials used to make plastics. Product characteristics Chemical name : (2,2-bis-(4-hydroxyphenyl)propane, BPA) Appearance : White crystalline powder having a slight phenolic odour. Molecular formula : C15H6O2 Melting Point (°C): 150-159 Boiling Point (°C): 220 (at 4 mm Hg) Flash Point (°C): 227 Specific Gravity: 1.195 (25/25°C) It is obtained by condensation of phenol with acetone in the presence of a strongly acidic ion exchange resin, in the gel form, as a catalyst. Bisphenol A is a moderately water-soluble compound (300 mg L 1 at room temperature) and it dissociates in an alkaline environment (pKa 9.9–11.3). Bisphenol A is a solid which melts only at temperatures considerably above the boiling point of water, i.e. at approximately 311°Fahrenheit or 155°Centigrade. Bisphenol A has low vapor pressure at ambient temperature conditions. Bisphenol A has a water solubility of 120 to 300 milligrams per liter and a greater solubility at alkaline pH values. Applications of Bisphenol A: Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical that is mainly used in combination with other chemicals to manufacture plastics and resins. Bisphenol A is the main ingredient used for production of polycarbonate, epoxy, unsaturated polyester, and polysulfone resins. Some of the applications are: • Bisphenol A is used in polycarbonate, a high performance transparent, rigid plastic. • Residues of BPA are also present in epoxy resins used to make protective coatings and linings for food and beverage cans and vats. • Bisphenol A can migrate in small amounts into food and beverages stored in materials containing the substance. • Bisphenol A is used primarily to make plastics, and products using bisphenol A-based plastics have been in commercial use • Bisphenol A is also a precursor to the flame retardant tetrabromobisphenol A, and formerly was used as a fungicide • Bisphenol A is a preferred color developer in carbonless copy paper and thermal paper, with the most common public exposure coming from some thermal point of sale receipt paper • BPA based products are also used in foundry castings and for lining water pipes • Some polymers used in dental treatment contain Bisphenol A • Bisphenol a (BPA), a synthetic estrogen used to harden polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resin GLOBAL SCENARIO: Bisphenol A (BPA), phenolic resins and caprolactam were the leading end use segments for phenol in 2010, with 2,761,915 tons, 2,181,698 tons and 1,001,903 tons of demand, respectively, Together they accounted for more than 70% of global phenol demand. In terms of the end uses of phenol, a similar trend is expected to continue throughout the forecast period till 2020.The growth in demand for Bisphenol A in India would be in tune with the growth of the epoxy resin industry. Growth rate in demand for Bisphenol A through 2016 is estimated around 9 % per annum.
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CHLOROFORM - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

PRODUCT PROFILE Chloroform is a colourless, neutral liquid, heavier than water and of characteristic sweetish odour. It is completely miscible with almost any solvents but only sparingly with water and shows excellent solvency power to most organic chemicals and materials. Chloroform is non-inflammable and its vapours form no explosive mixtures with air. Chloroform has a multitude of natural sources, both biogenic and abiotic. It is estimated that greater than 90% of atmospheric chloroform is of natural origin. At normal temperature and pressures, chloroform is a highly volatile, clear, colourless, heavy, highly refractive, non-flammable liquid. Chloroform is a more effective anaesthetic than nitrous oxide. The metabolism of chloroform in the body is dose-dependent; it may be proportionally higher at lower levels of exposure. A substantial but variable percentage of chloroform from inspired air is retained in the body; it is extensively metabolized by the liver. Metabolites of chloroform include phosgene, carbene and chlorine, all of which may contribute to its cytotoxic activity. Product characteristics • Appearance - Colorless • Molecular weight - 113.4 • Chemical formula - CHCl3 • Flash point - none • Boiling point - 61.15°C - 61.70°C • Vapour pressure - 21.15 kPa at 20°C • Viscosity ( 20°C ) - 1-3 cps. • Solubility in water - 10.62g/kg at O°C; 8.95g/kg at 10°C; 8.22g/kg at 20°C • Specific Gravity - 1.483 at 20°C Applications: • Chloroform is used as raw material for the production of HCFC 22 (R 22), which is used as refrigerant and precursor for fluoropolymers (PTFE and derivatives). • It can be used as feedstock for methyl and ethylorthoformate • Used as solvent in the industrial synthesis of pharmaceuticals and chemicals as well as for extraction purposes. • Used as a solvent and cleansing agent and in refrigerants: formerly used as an inhalation anaesthetic. • Used as processing / extraction solvent in pharmaceuticals. • Used principally as a precursor for Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22). • Chloroform is used in pesticide formulations, as a solvent and as a chemical intermediate. GLOBAL SCENARIO: Globally, about 90-95% of the chloroform is used as a precursor for HCFC-22, which is used in refrigerants and fluoropolymers such as polytetrafluoro ethylene (PTFE). The demand for HCFC-22 in fluoropolymers is expected to witness growth, though the product’s demand in emissive applications, such as refrigerants, is expected to witness a gradual decline. However, growing environmental concerns and implementation of stringent regulations have contributed to a contraction in demand for HCFC-22 across majority of the developed countries in the past decade. Indian production is estimate 47000 metric tones per annum and global demand for Chloroform is estimated around 0.66 million metric tonnes per annum. The overall global consumption of chloroform is projected to decline, owing to the adoption of stringent regulatory framework for restricting the use of ozone depleting substances, such as HCFCs, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), halons, and carbon tetrachlorides. Global chloroform consumption is likely to be 0.64 million tonnes per annum by 2015.
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CHLOROMETHANE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

PRODUCT PROFILE Chloromethane, also called methyl chloride, is a chemical compound of the group of organic compounds calledhaloalkanes. It was once widely used as a refrigerant. It is a colorless extremely flammable gas with a mildly sweet odor, which is, however, detected at possibly toxic levels. Chloromethane is a clear, colorless gas (vapor) that is difficult to smell. It has a faintly sweet, nonirritating odor at high levels in the air. It is a naturally occurring chemical that is made in large amounts in the oceans and is produced by some plants and rotting wood and when such materials as grass, wood, charcoal, and coal burn. Chloromethane is also produced industrially, but most of it is destroyed during use. It is used mainly in the production of other chemicals such as silicones, agricultural chemicals, and butyl rubber. Producers of the chemical supply the chemical to their customers as a liquified gas in metal containers. Chloromethane was used widely in refrigerators in the past, but generally this use has been taken over by newer chemicals such as Freon. Some functioning refrigerators more than about 30 years old may contain chloromethane Product characteristics: • Formula : CH3Cl • Molecular weight : 50.488 • CAS Number : 74-87-3 • Appearance : colourless gas • Solubility : soluble in water. • The vapor pressure :4,310 mm Hg at 25 °C • The log octane/(log Kow): is 0.91. (1,7) Applications of chloromethane: • Methyl chloride is used mainly in the production of silicones where it is used to make methylate silicon. It is also used in the production of agricultural chemicals, methyl cellulose, quaternary amines, and butyl rubber and for miscellaneous uses including tetramethyl lead. • Methyl chloride was used widely in refrigerators in the past, but generally this use has been taken over by newer chemicals such as Freon. • Chloromethane was a widely used refrigerant • Chloromethane was also once used for producing lead-based gasoline additives (tetramethyllead) • The most important use of chloromethane today is as a chemical intermediate in the production of silicone polymers. • Smaller quantities are used as a solvent in the manufacture of butyl rubber and in petroleum refining. • Chloromethane is employed as a methylating and chlorinating agent in organic chemistry. • It is also used in a variety of other fields: as an extractant for greases oils and resins • used as a propellant and blowing agent in polystyrene foam production, Other application of chloromethane is that it is used as a local anesthetic, as an intermediate in drug manufacturing, as a catalyst carrier in low-temperature polymerization, as a fluid for thermometric and thermostatic equipment, and as a herbicide. GLOBAL SCENARIO: In India there are four major producers of chloromethanes with total combined capacity of 1.44 lakh tonnes. Production of chloromethanes in the year 2009-2010 was 1.28 lakh tonnes, which increased to 1.44 lakh tonnes in 2010 to 2011 indicating 100 percent utilisation of installed capacity. Total consumption of chloromethane [methyl dichlorine (MDC) and chloroform] has increased from 4.02 lakh tonnes in 2005-2006 to 4.58 lakh tonnes in 2010 to 2011, thereby registering a modest growth of 4 percent per annum. The major application of MDC is in pharmaceuticals, paint industry as paint remover and degreasing agent followed by refrigerants, foam blowing agent and in agrochemicals. However the consumption is likely to grow at around 5% per annum and this rate of demand for chloromethane is estimated to grow to around 5.82 lakh tonnes in 2015-2016.
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DIETHYL SULPHATE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Layout

PRODUCT PROFILE Diethyl sulphate (DES) is an important chemical intermediate to make products for coatings, pharmaceuticals, personal care products, detergents and textiles. Diethyl sulphate exists in the atmosphere in the gas phase. It will react with the hydroxyl (OH) radical and has a short life time (half life of several hours) in the atmosphere. DES is an industrial intermediate, used to make other products, and is not sold for consumer use. Proper workplace procedures and protective equipment can reduce the risk of exposure. Under fire conditions, the smoke may contain DES in addition to combustion products of varying composition which may be toxic and / or irritating. Diethyl sulfate is used as an alkylating agent to prepare ethyl derivatives of phenols, amines, and thiols. Product characteristics: • Appearance - colorless, oily liquid • Chemical formula - C4H10O4S • Molecular weight - 154.19 g/mol • Vapour pressure - 0.29 mm Hg at 25 °C • Log octanol/water partition coefficient (log Kow) - 1.14 • Freezing Point - -24.50C • Specific Gravity - 1.173(+/-) 0.002 • Flash Point - 1210C (open cup) Diethyl sulphate exists in the atmosphere in the gas phase. Diethyl sulphate will react with the hydroxyl (OH) radical and has a short life time (half life of several hours) in the atmosphere. Diethyl sulphate is a colourless, moderately viscous, oily liquid with a peppermint odour. It is miscible with alcohol and ether and insoluble in water. Diethyl sulphate decomposes into ethyl hydrogen sulphate and alcohol upon heating or in hot water. If handled improperly, DES may cause severe irritation of, or burns to, the eye with corneal injury. This may result in permanent impairment of vision, even blindness. Brief skin contact may cause severe irritation. Prolonged contact may cause skin burns or blisters. Prolonged or widespread skin contact may result in absorption of harmful amounts. Applications of diethyl sulphate: • Diethyl sulfate is primarily used as an ethylating agent • As an accelerator in the sulphation of ethylene and in some sulfonations. • Diethyl sulfate is also a chemical intermediate for ethyl derivatives of phenols, amines, and thiols, and as an alkylating agent. • Another important advantage of Diethyl Sulphate is that only the purest ethyl derivatives are formed in containing no trace of homologous methyl or propyl compounds. • In comparison with ethyl-halides the use of Diethyl Sulphate recommends itself on grounds of simplified procedure as well as economy of operation. • Diethyl sulfate (DES) is an important chemical intermediate to make products for coatings, pharmaceuticals, personal care products, detergents and textiles. Diethyl sulphate permits rapid and complete ethylation without use of pressure vessel or authclave. Due to its low volatility it can be handled and stored, almost without loss. Global Scenario: Diethyl sulphate is predominantly used as an ethylating agent in the manufacture of aromatic and aliphatic ethers, amines, amides, esters and imides for dyestuff, pharmaceutical and flavor synthesis. The Pharmaceutical and Dyestuff industry represent the major sector of applications for Diethyl sulphate. In such sectors, the product is used asethylating and sulphonating agent. Indian demand in the period April 2010 to March 2011is estimated 8000 tons per annum and growth rate in demand 6% to 7% per annum. Global demand is estimated around 200,000 metric a tonne per annum and global growth rate in demand is 2 to 3% per annum.
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ETHYL SILICATE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economic

PRODUCT PROFILE Ethyl silicate is a colorless flammable liquid ester (C2H5)4SiO4 that hydrolyzes to silica and ethyl alcohol and is used esp. in paints and coatings (as for weatherproofing stone and cement) and as a bonding agent (as for molds for casting metals) called also tetraethoxysilane, tetraethyl orthosilicate. Ethyl silicate, the common name for tetra ethyl orthosilicate (TEOS), has found worldwide acceptance in applications when a liquid precursor of silica (SiO2) is needed. When properly hydrolyzed, ethyl silicate produces very fine particles of silica which can act as a binder to adhere refractories into ceramic shapes or provide corrosion-resistant coatings in combination with zinc dust. When vaporized and thermally decomposed upon the surfaces of semiconductor chips ethyl silicate forms electrically insulating layers of silica glass which are necessary in the fabrication of integrated circuits. The chemical applications for ethyl silicate, including cross linking of silicones, is numerous and new applications for this versatile chemical are constantly being developed. Product characteristics • Appearance - Colorless transparent liquid • Color (APHA) - 30MAX • Chemical formula - Si (OC2 H5) 4 • Silica Content by wt. as SiO2 - 28 • Acidity (as HCl) - <0.01 • Low Boiling - <2% • Iron - 0-5ppm • Viscosity ( 20°C ) - 1-3 cps • Appearance - Achromatic transparent liquid • Monomer content - 96% min • Specific Gravity at 20° C(68° F) - 0.930-0.940 The product is stable and incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, water, alkalies, mineral acids. When vaporized and thermally decomposed upon the surfaces of semiconductor chips, ethyl silicate forms electrically insulating layers of silica glass, which are necessary in the fabrication of integrated circuits. Applications of ethyl silicate: • As cross linking agent in silicone polymers • As a precursor to silicon dioxide in the semiconductor industry • It is used in the production of aero gel • Used in a sector such as paints and coatings • Use in investment casting • Heat-resistant paint • Chemical function-resistant paint • Organic silicon solvent precise casting veneer preparation • Gum constituent in organic silicon veneer preparation and seal glue Zinc-rich inorganic coatings based on ethyl silicate give corrosion protection, chemical resistance, and heat resistance, abrasion resistance, welding and cutting properties. Ethyl silicate (alcohol-based and chemically set), is used as binder in investment casting to hold the refractory material in place. GLOBAL SCENARIO: Ethyl silicate is manufactured mostly by integrated process with metallurgical silicon as starting material. The silicon tetrachloride method is inherently prone to trace metal contamination and process variability. Indian production of ethyl silicate is around 1200 tonnes per annum. Total demand for ethyl silicate including paint and investment casting is 1500 tonnes per annum. Imports for the year 2009-2010 of ethyl silicate is 160 tonnes per annum and exports for the year 2009 to 2010 is of negligible quantity.
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ISOBUTYRIC ACID - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Layout

PRODUCT PROFILE: Isobutyric acid, also known as 2-methylpropanoic acid, is a carboxylic acid with structural formula (CH3)2 CH COOH. It is found in the free state incarobs (Ceratonia siliqua) and in the root of Arnica dulcis, and as an ethyl ester in croton oil. Isobutyric acid is an isomer of n butyric acid; they have the same chemical formula C4H8 O2 but a different structure. Isobutyric acid cannot be obtained by the fermentation but by the oxidation of isopropyl alcohol with potassium bichromate and sulfuric acid. Isobutyric acid melts at -47 oC and boils at 154 oC. It is slightly soluble in water but soluble in ethanol, ether and organic solvents. Butyric acid is a strong acid and reacts with bases, strong oxidants and metals. Product characteristics: • Appearance : Clear colourless liquid • CAS number : 79-31-2 • Other names : 2-Methylpropionic acid, Valerianic acid, Isobutanoic acid • Molecular formula : C4H8O2 • Molecular weight : 88.11 • Structural formula : (CH3)2-CH-COOH • Odour : Strong, penetrating odour of rancid butter • Specific gravity : 0.9697 (0 deg. oC). • vapor density :3.04 (vs air) • vapor pressure :1.5 mmHg ( 20 °C) • Refractive index : 1.393 It is a flammable/combustible material it can be ignited by heat, sparks or flames. Vapors may form explosive mixtures with air. Vapors may travel to source of ignition and flash back. Most vapors are heavier than air. They will spread along ground and collect in low or confined areas (sewers, basements, tanks). Vapor explosion hazard indoors, outdoors or in sewers. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Containers may explode when heated. Many liquids are lighter than water. Applications of Isobutyric acid: Isobutyric acid is used in various applications including fragrance intermediates, the manufacture of numerous esters and varnish for coatings applications. • Esters of isobutyric acid are used as solvents for various applications, where desirable odors and flavor characteristics are important. • It is also used to prepare certain types of photo initiators for UV-curable inks and coatings. • UV-curable systems generally have low VOC levels. Therefore, isobutyric acid continues to gain popularity as a more environmentally responsible choice for coating substrates such as wood flooring, furniture, paper, plastics and metal. • The potassium salt of isobutyric acid is effective as a solubility promoter in the caustic extraction of mercaptans from sour petroleum stocks. • Isobutyric acid is used in the production of fibers and plastics and can be converted to methacrylate • It is used to eliminate calcium in leather industry. • Isobutyric acid is used in the production of resins, dyestuffs and is used as an intermediate in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food additives. • Making methacrylate via traditional chemical synthesis techniques usually begins with either natural gas or crude oil as the feedstock. Isobutyric acid can be further converted to methacrylate (i.e., methacrylic acid MAA) and methyl methacrylate (MMA) which is commodity chemicals used in the production of polymethyl methacrylate plastics, adhesives, ion exchange resins, textile size, leather treatment chemicals, lubrication additives and crosslinking agents
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SPECIALITY CHEMICAL ISOPHORONE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

PRODUCT PROFILE Isophorone is an ?,?-Unsaturated cyclic ketone, a colorless to yellowish liquid with characteristic smell, that is used as a solvent and as an intermediate in organic synthesis. Isophorone also occurs naturally in cranberries. Isophorone is a clear liquid with a peppermint-like odor. It evaporates faster than water but slower than charcoal starter or paint thinner, and it will not mix completely with water. Isophorone is a man-made chemical for use commercially, but it has been found to occur naturally in cranberries. It is used as a solvent in some printing inks, paints, lacquers, and adhesives. Isophorone does not remain in the air very long, but can remain in water for possibly more than 20 days. Product characteristics • Molecular Weight :138.21 • Vapor Pressure at 20°C, mmHg :0.1 • Density at 20°C lb/gal :7.70 • Specific Gravity at 20/20°C :0.9229 • Viscosity at 20°C cP :2.6 • Surface Tension • (dynes/cm at 20°C) :31.6 • (dynes/cm at 25°C) :31.2 • Hydrogen Bonding :3.6 • Boiling Point, °C at 760mm Hg :215.2 • Melting Point C : -8.1 • Solubility at 20°C : 1.46 • Closed Cup Flash Point °F :190 • Electrical Resistivity M? :<0.1 Some of the features of isophrone are that they are slightly soluble in water, they are miscible with most lacquer solvents, and they have high solvency power and high dilution ratio for aromatic hydrocarbons. They are often used as leveling aid for a variety of resins. Applications of Isophorone: Isophorone is a stable, colorless liquid with a mild peppermint-like odor. It is a high-boiling, low vapor pressure solvent. Isophorone is used as a solvent in some printing inks, paints, lacquers, adhesives, copolymers, coatings, finishings and pesticides. It is also used as a chemical intermediate and as an ingredient in wood preservatives and floor sealants. Some of the applications of isophrone are: • used as choice solvent for many natural and synthetic polymers • used as Solvent fats and oils • Solvent for vinyl chloride-acetate based coatings • Solvent for nitrocellulose lacquers • Carrier solvent for pesticides and herbicides • Solvent for lacquer thinners • Solvent for stencil pastes • Solvent for printing inks • Solvent for adhesives • Chemical intermediate GLOBAL SCENARIO: Isophorone is produced commercially by the catalytic condensation of acetone at elevated temperature and pressure and is then purified by distillation. The worldwide production of isophorone is estimated to be in the order of 100,000 tons per year. Production sites are in the EU (Germany, France), the U.S., Japan and India. Isophorone is widely used as a solvent for a number of synthetic resins and polymers, as well as in special application paints and printing inks. It is a chemical intermediate and an important solvent in certain herbicide formulations. The majority of the consumer products containing isophorone are selective herbicides, while professional use is focused on lacquers and varnishes and solvents.
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1,6-HEXANEDIOL (HDO) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Product Profile: 1,6 Hexanediol HDO is a valuable intermediate product for the chemical industry. 1,6-Hexanediol is a linear diol and it contains two primary hydroxyl groups which are terminally located. This configuration results in a rapid and simultaneous reaction in the formation of numerous di substituted products 1,6 Hexanediol is used in the production of polyesters for polyurethane elastomers, coatings, adhesives and polymeric plasticizer. Product characteristics Chemical Name: 1,6-hexanediol CAS Number: 629-11-8 Formula: HOCH2(CH2)4CH2OH Alternate name: 1,6-Hexamethylene Glycol, 1,6-Dihydroxyhexane Appearance: White, waxy hygroscopic solid Appearance: White solid Assay: 99.5%min Flash point: 137 Acid value: 0.1max mgKOH/g Melt Point: 41-42 Applications: It finds applications in a variety of polymeric systems and is also used in the synthesis of specialty chemicals. 1,6-Hexanediol is used in the production of polyesters for polyurethane elastomers, coatings, adhesives and polymeric plasticizers. In these end use areas, it contributes significantly to many high performance characteristics such as hydrolytic stability, high flexibility, good adhesion and surface hardness. The most important fields of application for HDO 1,6-Hexanediol are the manufacture of: Polyurethanes, Polyester Coatings, Acrylics, Adhesives etc. Global Scenario The properties of 1,6-hexanediol make it suitable for use in producing high quality and high performance polyesters, polyurethane resins and adhesive. Demand for 1,6-hexanediol has grown in recent years for use in ultraviolet (UV) curable coating materials that are notable for their low environmental impact. Global demand for 1,6-hexanediol has been growing by around 5% annually, with market in China and other Asian countries recording high rates of growth exceeding 10% annually.
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CHLORINATED POLYVINYL CHLORIDE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Product Profile Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. Uses include hot and cold water pipe, and industrial liquid handling. CPVC can withstand corrosive water at temperatures greater than PVC, typically 40°C to 50°C (104°F to 122°F) or higher, contributing to its popularity as a material for water piping systems in residential as well as commercial construction. CPVC is used in construction, plumbing (hot and cold water pipe), industrial liquid handling applications and fire suppression systems. Product characteristics CPVC piping systems are considered cost effective and environmentally friendly. Because CPVC can be easily shaped, bent, and welded, handling and installation is uncomplicated. In addition, CPVC provides a long service life, it is highly corrosion resistant. It is recognized by all model-plumbing codes for potable (drinkable) hot and cold water distribution systems. Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride is available for purchase in rods, sheets, or tubing in various sizes and quantities. Applications CPVC is used in a variety of industrial applications, where high functional temperature and resistance to corrosive chemicals are desirable. Besides pipe and fittings, it is used in pumps, valves, strainers, filters, tower packing and duct, as well as sheet for fabrication into storage tanks, fume scrubbers, large diameter duct and tank lining. CPVC can take the place of traditional thermoplastic engineering plastic, used in the fields of petroleum, chemical, building materials, ship-making, printing, dyeing, food, and paper-making etc. Production Process CPVC is PVC (polyvinyl chloride) that has been chlorinated via a free radical chlorination reaction. This reaction is typically initiated by application of thermal or UV energy utilizing various approaches. In the process, chlorine gas is decomposed into free radical chlorine which is then reacted with PVC in a post-production step, essentially replacing a portion of the hydrogen in the PVC with chlorine. Depending on the method, a varying amount of chlorine is introduced into the polymer allowing for a measured way to fine tune the final properties. The chlorine content may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer; the base can be as low as PVC 56.7% to as high as 74% by mass, although most commercial resins have chlorine content from 63% to 69%.[citation needed] As the chlorine content in CPVC is increased, its glass transition temperature (Tg) increases significantly. Under normal operating conditions, CPVC becomes unstable at 70% mass of chlorine. Market scenario The market for CPVC resin is showing strong growth in India. The main use is for making pipes for transportation of hot water and chemicals C PVC is a preferred choice to traditional materials such as galvanized iron, which has corrosion issues and polypropylene random copolymer which requires use of adhesives. The present Indian requirement of CPVC resin is met by imports.
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