Name: Methylene chloride
Synonyms: dichloromethane, dichloromethane, methylene chloride, dichloromethane
Cleanliness: Clean min. 99%
Chemical formula: CH2Cl2
Methylene chloride (dichloromethane) - an organic chemical compound from the group of alkyl halides; chlorine derivative of methane. At room temperature, at atmospheric pressure, it is a colorless, fast evaporating liquid. It has a characteristic, sweetish smell.
Methylene chloride (dichloromethane) is the base product of many solvents that support the removal of, for example, old paint coatings from metals, wood, stone, etc.
Methylene chloride is used as a very effective solvent and diluent. Effectively removes paint coatings. Works great with prints on T-shirts, etc.
Widely used for cleaning stone (eg stone tombstones from paraffin).
Chemical intermediate, solvent, foaming agent, thermally conductive fluids, biocides, plant protection chemicals, laboratory chemicals, cosmetics, personal care products, extraction agents, coatings, paints, thinners, removers