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260# Solvent Oil

In many different industries, such as the production of paints, coatings, adhesives, cleaning supplies, and chemicals, solvent oils are frequently employed as solvents or diluents.

Tank wagon, 160 kg/iron drum for packaging.

This product is widely utilized in rare earths deep processing and liquid extraction operations.

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Specifications of 260# Solvent Oil


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Copper Sheet Corrosion (50℃, 3h) Grade



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Introduction of 260# Solvent Oil


Properties: This product is colorless transparent liquid, and can be mixed with a variety of organic solvents.


Application: Solvent oils are commonly used as solvents or diluents in paints, coatings, adhesives, and cleaning products. They are also utilized in chemical manufacturing processes, as well as in the extraction of certain substances, such as oils and flavors. 260# Solvent Oil is extensively used in liquid extraction and deep processing enterprises of rare earths: nickel, cobalt, gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, vanadium, bismuth, occlusion, scandium, uranium and others.


Packing: Tank wagon, 160 kg/iron drum.


Storage: Handled with care during transportation to prevent impact; stored in a cool, ventilated and dry warehouse, ensuring rain proof and moisture protection.

More Information of Solvent Oil

Solvent oil is a type of liquid substance that is used as a solvent or diluent in various industries. It is designed to dissolve or disperse other substances, such as resins, pigments, oils, or chemicals.

Solvent oils offer several advantages in industrial applications. They can effectively dissolve or disperse different types of substances, enabling the formulation of homogeneous mixtures. Solvent oils also provide good solvency power, and compatibility with various materials, and can help in controlling viscosity or drying time.

There are safety considerations when using solvent oil. Because solvent oils are typically flammable and may have health hazards if not handled properly. Proper ventilation, use of personal protective equipment, and adherence to safety guidelines are essential to minimize risks.

Function Principle of Solvent Oils

Solvent oil functions as a solvent or diluent by dissolving or dispersing other substances. Its functionality is based on its ability to break down the molecular bonds or interactions between solute particles, allowing them to mix or dissolve into the solvent oil.

When applied to a material or substance, solvent oil penetrates and interacts with its components, such as resins, pigments, or oils. It weakens the forces holding these components together, causing them to separate and become uniformly dispersed within the solvent oil.

Solvent oils can vary in their solvency power and compatibility with different materials. The selection of a specific solvent oil depends on the solute being targeted and the desired outcome. Some solvents have higher solvency power for certain substances, while others may be more suitable for specific applications due to factors such as evaporation rate, drying time, or regulatory requirements.

The functioning of solvent oil also depends on the application. In the paint industry, for example, solvent oil dissolves the resin and pigment particles, allowing for smooth application and even drying. In cleaning products, solvent oil helps dissolve dirt and grime for effective cleaning. In extraction processes, solvent oils selectively dissolve or extract specific compounds from raw materials.

It is important to note that the functioning of solvent oil is influenced by various factors, including the nature of the solute, solvent properties, temperature, and concentration. It is advisable to follow recommended guidelines and consult specific product information to ensure proper usage and achieve desired results.

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