Butyrolactone Gamma Butyrolactone

gbl 包装2.jpgBuy GBL For Wheel Cleaner

GBL or Gamma-butyrolactone is used, among other things, as a solvent for polymers, including acrylic fibre, cellulose acetate and polystyrene, as thinner in nail polish remover, paint strippers and adhesives (such as instant glue or super glue). Gamma-butyrolactone is also a solvent in electrolytic capacitors.Car lovers know GBL especially as wheel cleaner.

With its incredible cleaning power is, for example, brake dust and other dirt from chromed wheels and makes them look like new Gamma-butyrolactone is an excipient for the painting of textile fibres and polymerisation initiator and is suitable for many applications. You should think of the removal of paint, oil, ink, enamel, glue and graffiti. Gamma-butyrolactone is an organic compound, more specifically a lactone, with the gross formula C4H6O2. The substance occurs as a colourless, oily liquid, which is low in hygroscopicity. It is a solvent and reagent in chemical reactions. removal of paint. removal of grease. removal of oil. removal of glue. removal of enamel. removal of ink. removal of rust. removal of resin. removal of chewing gum. removal of weeds with an environmentally friendly method. removal of graffiti. removal of nail polish. cleaning of light alloy wheels. cleaning of brakes. cleaning of printheads. cleaning of PCBs. stripping of wood. solvent for polymers. broad applications in the electroplating industry.

We sell GBL as the following quantity:
1L 2L 3L 4L 5L 10L 15L 20L 25L 30L 50L

 

Quick Detail for GBL 

Product name Gamma-Butyrolactone,GBL
Synonyms 1-Oxacyclopentan-2-one;2(3H)-dihydrofuranone;Gamma Butyrolactone, 1, 4- Butyrolactone,;γ -Butyroladone,;GBL; BLO,
CAS no 96-48-0
EINECS 202-509-5
MF C4H6O2
MW 86.09
Assay 99.5%min
Moisture 0.2% MAX
Melting point -45℃
Appearance Colorless transparent liquid
Usage Used as pharmaceutical intermediate, industry solvent, diluents, curing agent.

 

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