Trichloroethylene, a compound formed by substituting three hydrogen atoms in an ethylene molecule with chlorine. Hard to dissolve in water, soluble in alcohol, ether and so on. Trichloroethylene is a flammable liquid, which can cause fire and explosion when exposed to open flames and high heat. Trichloroethylene has been used as an analgesic and metal degreaser and as an extractant, bactericide and refrigerant, as well as a clothing dry cleaning agent. Long-term exposure can cause diseases such as trigeminal nerve palsy.

More About Trichloroethylene:
MW: 131.39


Boiling range84.5-91.0
Evaporation residue≤0.01%
Free chlorineno
Acidity after accelerated oxidation test≤0.02%

Use Of Trichloroethylene:
Industrially used as degreaser for metal and leather, resin, cellulose, rubber solvent, woolen, plant dry cleaning agent, solvent and organic matter extractant widely used in organic synthesis industry, for synthesis Tetrachloroethylene, monochloroacetic acid, octachlorodipropyl ether, dichloroacetyl chloride, F134a, ∝-naphthylacetic acid, 2.4-drip, 2,4,5-anthracene, and plasticizers. It is used as a heat carrier for low temperature and a polymerization degree regulator for various monomers.

Package Of Trichloroethylene:
Storage:The lid of the barrel is tightly sealed and must not be leaked; it is handled lightly during loading and unloading, and it is forbidden to impact and prevent damage to the packaging; it is stored in a ventilated and dry warehouse and is prohibited from water.