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            Alicyclic alcohol ether (CDX-7190)
            Molecular formula:



            1. Chemical synthesis intermediate

            2. Coating thinner:

            3. Adhesive thinner

            Jewelry glue

            Epoxy floor primer

            Stone dry hanging adhesive

            Electronic-pouring sealant

            Molecular Structure:
            Alicyclic alcohol ether (CDX-7190)

            Product name: 2-Methoxy cyclohexanol

            Relative molecular mass: 130 g/mol

            Boiling point: 194-196 ℃

            Melting point: -70 ℃

            Density: 0.99 g/ml

            Flash point: 76 ℃

            Relative density: 0.99

            Volatilization rate: 0.053

            Product index

            Item Unit Index
            Appearance - Colorless transparent liquid
            Color Pt-Co color comparison <15#
            Water content % ≤0.1
            Viscosity mPa.s/25℃ 9--14


            Features and uses

            Features: good hydrophilicity and dissolving capacity, lower viscosity and higher boiling point.


            1. Environmentally friendly solvent: it is a good substitute for glycol ether products;

            2. Excellent dilution ability for alkyd resin, epoxy resin, acrylic resin, polyester resin, etc.

            3. Cost advantage: The price is lower than ethylene glycol monobutyl ether and diethylene glycol methyl ether.

            Application example test data

            Item CDX-7190 Benzyl alcohol Remarks
            Appearance Thinner and DDM is mixed by 1:1
            Viscosity 65mpa.s 40mpa.s
            Operation time 26min 17min The above data is the data measured with the same amount of addition.
            Touch drying time 91min 74min
            4h hardness 25A 35D
            6h hardness 65D 70D
            8h hardness 74D 75D
            10h hardness 77D 80D
            Cured specimens