030-119 RETARDER - Synonyme de Butoxy-2 éthanol

Numéro CAS : 111-76-2

Identification

Description


Formule moléculaire brute : C6H14O2

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • 2-BUTOXY ETHANOL
  • 2-Butoxyethanol
  • BETA-HYDROXYETHYL BUTYL ETHER
  • Butoxy-2 éthanol
  • BUTYL OXITOL
  • BUTYLGLYCOL
  • ETHANOL, 2-BUTOXY-
  • Ether monobutylique de l'éthylène glycol
  • Ether monobutylique de l'éthylèneglycol
  • ETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYLETHER
  • Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether
  • ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYLETHER
  • ETHYLENE GLYCOL-N-BUTYL ETHER
  • ETHYLENE-GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER
  • Éther d'éthylèneglycol et de monobutyle

Noms anglais :

  • 2-Butoxyethanol
  • 2-Butoxyethanol (EGBE)
  • Ethylene glycol butyl ether
  • ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONO BUTYL ETHER
  • Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether
  • ETHYLENE GLYCOL N-BUTYL ETHER
  • Ethyleneglycol monobutyl ether
Utilisation et sources d'émission 1

Le butoxy-2 éthanol est utilisé dans de très nombreux mélanges et formulations

  • nettoyants industriels et domestiques
  • nettoyants à métaux
  • scellants au silicone
  • revêtements de surface (laques, vernis et peintures)
  • encres (principalement pour procédé offset et sérigraphie)
  • agents dégraissants
  • diluants à peinture et décapants
  • certains mélanges pour le nettoyage à sec
  • huiles de coupe
  • fluides hydrauliques
  • adhésifs
  • savons liquides
  • cosmétiques (surtout teintures à cheveux)
  • détachant à graffitis

Il sert aussi d'intermédiaire dans la synthèse de plusieurs composés de la famille des esters (acétates), de même que pour fabriquer des plastifiants de type phtalate et stéarate.

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