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Eastman TMPD™ Glycol Platelets
Eastman TMPD™ Glycol Platelets

CAS Number: 144-19-4

Applications/Uses
  • Automotive refinish
  • High-solids, low VOC industrial baking enamels
  • Plasticizer intermediate
  • Unsaturated polyester laminating resins
  • Waterborne polyester resins
Key Attributes
  • Allows the formulation of very stable waterborne polyesters
  • Excellent chemical, stain, humidity, and corrosion resistance properties
  • Ideal for formulating high-solids, low VOC coatings
  • Low viscosity and density with excellent solubility in solvents
  • Outstanding corrosion resistance in fiberglass-reinforced plastics
Product Description

IUPAC:2,2,4-Trimethyl-1,3-Pentanediol

Eastman TMPD™ glycol is used to formulate saturated polyester resins for liquid coatings and unsaturated polyester laminating resins. Markets for Eastman TMPD™ include metal office furniture, automotive, industrial maintenance, general metal, and fiberglass-reinforced plastics for composites. Eastman TMPD™ can be shipped in bags in white, waxy platelet form, cast solid form in drums, or in bulk molten form in tank trucks.

For more information, to request a sample, or to receive a copy of Eastman publication, Storage and Handling of Eastman TMPD™ Glycol Platelets, contact an Eastman Technical Service Representative.


Product Availability : Asia Pacific | Europe, Middle East & Africa | Latin America | North America

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