|Safety Data Sheet|
Toluene is a colorless, water-soluble, aromatic hydrocarbon. Raw Toluene is used to manufacture a large number of chemical intermediate substances. Toluene is made up of 99.7% Toluene and a maximum of 0.03% Benzene. Toluene alternative names are methylbenzene, toluol, and phenyl methane. Toluene is produced during the process of making gasoline and is a by-products in the manufacture of styrene.
- Dissolves many organic compounds
- Less toxic and safer on the environment
- Great substitute for Benzene
Toluene can be found in several products including paints, paint thinners, silicone sealants, rubber, printing ink, adhesives, leather tanners, disinfectants, contact cement, and lacquers. May also be used in the production of pharmaceuticals, dyes, and cosmetic products.