|Product:||Industrial Grade High Purity Glacial Acetic Acid||Appearance:||Crystal Liquid Above 16.6℃|
|Grade:||Industrial Grade||Purity:||99.8% Approx.|
|Molecular Formula:||CH3COOH||Molecular Weight:||60.05|
|CAS No.:||64-19-7||HS Code:||2915211900|
|Melting Point:||16.6℃||Flashing Point:||39℃|
Crystal Pure Glacial Acetic Acid,
Industrial Grade Pure Glacial Acetic Acid,
colorless High Purity Acetic Acid
Industrial Grade High Purity Glacial Acetic Acid
> Industrial Grade
> Purity 99.5% Min.
> CAS No. 64-19-7
> Drum/IBC tank/ISO tank
> HS Code 2915211900
> For Pharmaceutical, Textile dyeing, Rubber industry
Glacial Acetic Acid, chemical formula CH3COOH, is an organic monobasic acid with a freezing point of 16.6°C (62°F), which turns into a colorless crystal after solidification, and its aqueous solution is weakly acidic. Organic solvent glacial Acetic Acid is an important organic acid that can be used as analytical reagents, organic synthesis, synthesis of pigments and pharmaceuticals, as well as solvents and raw materials for pesticide, pharmaceutical, and dye industries. It is one of the organic chemical raw materials and plays an important role in organic chemical industry.
The use of acetic acid in industry
1. For synthesizing dyes and inks.
2. Used to synthesize fragrances.
3. It is used in rubber and plastic industries. Used as a solvent and starting material for many important polymers in the rubber and plastics industry such as PVA, PET, etc.
4. Use as starting material for paint and adhesive components
5. Used as an additive and food preservative in cheese and sauces in the food processing industry.
The use of Textile Dyeing and Printing
Acid dyes are substantive to protein and some polyamide fibers, including silk, wool, and nylon 6.6. Acid dyes are characterized by clear and vivid colors and are used for printing fabrics such as those used for swimwear, high-end fashion dresses, and accessories.
In the printing process, acid dye molecules need to establish ionic bonds with the fibers. Therefore, the print paste typically uses weak acid solutions, such as ammonium sulfate, ammonium tartrate or acetic acid, as a fixing agent to create the negatively charged dye site. The acid is mixed in the print paste together with a thickening agent made from guar gum, locust-bean, crystal gum, etc. The fixation processes are similar to those used for reactive dyes. After steaming with saturated steam, the printed fabrics are washed to remove excess dyes and thickening paste.
Technical indicators (Industrial Grade)
|Test Items||Standard Indicator||Test Result|
|Class I||Class II|
|Chroma (Pt-CoNo./Hazen) <=||10||10||5|
|Purity (Acetic Acid, ω/%) >=||99.8||99.5||99.8|
|Water (ω/%) <=||0.15||0.20||0.08|
|Formic acid (ω/%) <=||0.03||0.05||0.01|
|Acetaldehyde (ω/%) <=||0.02||0.03||0.01|
|Propionic acid (ω/%) <=||0.05||0.08||0.03|
|Iron/Fe (ω/%) <=||0.00004||0.0002||0.00003|
|Evaporation residue (ω/%) <=||0.005||0.01||0.0003|
|Permanganate-reducing time(min.) >=||120||30||120|
Acetic Acid for shipment
Acetic Acid for Insustrial
Acetic Acid for printing and dyeing
Acetic Acid for Pharmaceuticals
1. Are you a distributor or factory?
We are a distributor and we have long-term contacts with factories well-known in the industry
2. How do you control the quality?
Factory testing and Third-party testing
3. Can you supply samples for testing?
Free samples but freight collect
4. What about the lead time?
We can make the shipment in 7-12days after deposit or order confirmation
5. What documents you provide?
SDS, Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Bill of loading, Health certificate and Origin certificate