Triethanolamine, also known by the abbreviation TEA, is used in many common industrial and commerical products. TEA is a widely used amine chemical with many functions. It also combines the properties of amines and alcohols, and in many uses exhibits the unique capability of undergoing reactions common to both groups.
Some applications include use as chemical intermediates in concrete additives and adhesive, rubber, agricultural and chemicals; use as a component of cement grinding aids; use in oil well chemicals and in metalworking to prevent corrosion; and use as catalysts that promote stability during the reaction process in the manufacture of flexible and rigid urethane foams.
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- Adhesives & Cements
- Agricultural Chemicals
- Cement Grinding Aid
- Corrosion Inhibitors
- Cutting Fluid
- Gas Treating
- Metalworking Fluids
- Oil Field Production Chemicals
- Paint & Coatings
- Textile Lubricant
- Urethane Foams
Synonyms: TEA, TEA 75, Triethanolamine
Appearance: Colorless to Yellow Liquid
- Weight Per Gallon: 9.3875 lbs per gal
- Flash Point: 407°F (208.3°C)
- Boiling Point Min: 635°F (335.0°C)
- Freeze Point: 69.8°F (21.0°C)
- Non HAP, Safer Chemical Ingredient List
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TEA 75% is not controlled by Homeland Security, only concentrations 80% and above.
pH is often a very important when using Triethanolamine. To test the pH of your formulation, Level 7 Chemical offers a wide range of pH testing strips and kits. You can find them here. pH testing strips.