Solventis produce and supply a wide range of chemicals including Automotive Fluids, Alcohols, Ketones, Esters, Glycols and Glycol Ethers, Chlorinated Solvents, Hydrocarbons and Monomers.
The information below gives a list of the products that we supply, along with in depth information about each product. Please select the products that you are interested in below to find out more about them.
Acrylates result from the esterification of acrylic acids. They are commonly known as propenoates. Vinyl groups are present in acrylates, where two carbon atoms are double bonded to each other. Acrylates are the found in polymer plastics that form the acrylate polymers. common acrylate are methyl acrylate and ethyl acrylate.
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|Acrylic Acid||Read More|
|Butyl Acrylate||Read More|
|Ethyl Acrylate||Read More|
|Methyl Acrylate||Read More|
|Methyl Methacrylate||Read More|
Alcohols are a group of organic compounds with the hydroxyl (-OH) as functional group. There are different kinds of alcohols and are all hydrocarbon derivatives. Naming of alcohols is based on the radical that is attached to the hydroxyl group. ROH is the general formula for alcohols where R is the radical that is attached to the –OH group. The most common forms of alcohol are methanol, ethanol, butanol, and propanol.
|Iso Butanol||Read More|
|Iso Propanol||Read More|
|Mosstanol L||Read More|
|Antifreeze C2053||Read More|
|Antifreeze C2054||Read More|
|Antifreeze C2230||Read More|
|Antifreeze C3053||Read More|
|Antifreeze C3054||Read More|
|DOT 3 Brake Fluid Variations||Read More|
|DOT 4 Brake Fluid Variations||Read More|
|Screenwash Concentrates||Read More|
Within a wide variety of industries, the needs for specific chemical compounds are called upon for a myriad of different applications. However, alongside the need for these compounds also comes the need for those within industry to understand fully the uses of these chemicals, their benefits and the dangers which can come from wrongful handling.
|Methylene Chloride||Read More|
Esters are organic compounds that are derived from carboxylic acids. The carboxyl group –COOH is contained in a carboxylic acid. The hydrogen in this group is being replaced by a hydrocarbon group in esters. These hydrocarbon groups could be a methyl, ethyl, or phenyl group. Esters have a characteristic pleasant, fruity odor and are common in organic and biological materials. They are used mostly in the flavor and fragrance industry.
|Butyl Di Glycol Acetate||Read More|
|Butyl Glycol Acetate||Read More|
|Ethyl Acetate||Read More|
|Iso Butyl Acetate||Read More|
|Iso Propyl Acetate||Read More|
|Methyl Acetate||Read More|
|N-Butyl Acetate||Read More|
|N-Propyl Acetate||Read More|
Glycols are liquid chemicals formulated from natural gas and crude oil. You will find glycols in many every day house hold items including engine coolants, plastic bottles and polyester fabric.
In a glycol molecule, two hydroxyl (-OH) groups are attached to different carbon atoms. The most common and simple types of glycol are ethylene glycol and propylene glycol.
View the full range of glycols that we produce in the list below.
|Di Propylene Glycol||Read More|
|Di Ethylene Glycol||Read More|
|Hexylene Glycol||Read More|
|Mono Ethylene Glycol – Fibre||Read More|
|Mono Ethylene Glycol - Tech||Read More|
|Mono Propylene Glycol||Read More|
|Tri Ethylene Glycol||Read More|
A glycol ether is a liquid organic substance which is soluble in water. It is used as a solvent in different industrial and domestic applications. A glycol ether could either be an E-series or a P-series. Glycol ethers provides good long-term stability and shelf-life of products, improve water-based products wetting properties, can work at dilute concentrations, and have little odor.
|Butyl Di Glycol||Read More|
|Butyl Glycol||Read More|
|Butyl Poly Glycol||Read More|
|Butyl Tri Glycol Ether||Read More|
|Ethyl Di Glycol||Read More|
|Ethyl Tri Glycol||Read More|
|Methyl Di Glycol||Read More|
|Methyl Glycol||Read More|
Hydrocarbons are organic compounds that are composed of carbon and hydrogen. These have four basic categories that include alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and aromatics. Alkenes are saturated hydrocarbons that have the complete set of hydrogen attached to the carbons. Alkenes have the presence of a double bond. Alkynes are recognized by the presence of triple bonds. Aromatics are cyclic hydrocarbons. Petroleum is a mixture of hydrocarbons and its by-products. The simplest of all alkanes is methane which has a chemical formula of CH4. Ethene or what is commonly known as ethylene is the most basic of all alkenes. Acetylene is the first in the series for alkenes.
|Aromatic Solvent C9||Read More|
|Aromatic Solvent C10||Read More|
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A Ketone ( derived from the German word for Acetone – Aketon) is a class of organic compounds, such as acetone, having a carbonyl group (C=O) linked to a carbon atom in each of two hydrocarbon radicals and having the general formula R(CO)R’, where R may be the same as R’ in hydrocarbon ( alkyl or aryl) groups.
|Di Acetone Alcohol||Read More|
|Di Iso Butyl Ketone||Read More|
|Methyl Ethyl Ketone||Read More|
|Methyl Iso Butyl Ketone||Read More|
Propylene Glycol Ethers
Propylene glycol ethers are organic compounds produced from the reaction of propylene oxide with alcohols that are base catalysed. Alcohols include but are not limited to methanol, ethanol, propanol, butanol, and phenol. Higher glycol ethers can be produced from the subsequent reactions with additional propylene oxides.
|Di Methoxy Propanol (DPM)||Read More|
|Ethoxy Propanol||Read More|
|Methoxy Propanol (PM)||Read More|
|Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA)||Read More|