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Eastman™ EEH Solvent
Eastman™ EEH Solvent

CAS Number: 1559-35-9

Applications/Uses
  • Coatings - Architectural
  • Coatings - Automotive OEM
  • Coatings - Automotive Refinish
  • Coatings - Can and Coil
  • Coatings - Consumer Electronics
  • Coatings - Floor Polishes
  • Coatings - General Industrial
  • Coatings - Industrial Maintenance and Marine
  • Coatings - Industrial Wood
  • Coatings - Transportation
Key Attributes
  • Efficient coalescent
  • Low surface tension
  • Low water solubility
  • LVP-VOC
  • Non-HAP
  • Non-SARA
  • REACH compliant
  • Readily biodegradable
  • Slow evaporation rate
Product Description

Eastman™ EEH Solvent (Ethylene Glycol 2-Ethylhexyl Ether) is primarily used in performance specialty coatings applications. It offers an excellent balance of performance properties when used as a coalescent in architectural and industrial maintenance coatings. Eastman™ EEH Solvent has low water miscibility, low surface tension, good hydrolytic stability, and high electrical resistance. In electrodeposition primers, Eastman™ EEH Solvent reduces volatilization from dip tanks and provides good flow and leveling of the coating in the baking oven. It is not a HAP or listed on SARA 313.

*Modeled using The Estimation Programs Interface (EPI) Suite™ (EPA), BIOWIN v4.10 module


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