Force Chem Technologies supplies the following streams of ethyl acetate

The streams listed below are subject to market availability.
Please contact us with your specific needs.

  • Ethyl Acetate (97%) 1 tank truck per month Midwest U.S.A. 1% Water; .7% IPA; .3% Acetone; .2% THF; 10 APHA
  • Ethyl Acetate (99.9%) –2 tank trucks per month; 340 ppm water; clear and colorless; Northeast
  • Ethyl Acetate (99.8%) – 1 tank truck; 0.2% IPA; 418 ppm water; 3 APHA; Midwest

Ethyl acetateAn offshoot of the acetic acid group, ethyl acetate is used in products like glue & nail polish removers. In large-scale production, it is used as a solvent. Ethyl Acetate is made from the dehydrogenation of ethanol and may vary between polar and non-polar depending upon potency and composition. It can also be used as to diluent and can clean computer & circuit boards and is a ingredient in some nail polish removers (in addition to acetone and acetonitrile). Additional use is a paint solidifier. Ethyl acetate is actually volatile at room temperature with a boiling point of 77 degrees Celsius.  It has numerous other uses not listed here. For more information, please view our external resources links below. Can be hydrolyzed to become acetic acid and methanol. Has a unique, fruity odor similar to a banana, pear or jasmine.  Keep in mind this product is not USP grade and not intended for any associated uses with those industries.

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External Sources

Ethyl Acetate on Wikipedia
PubChem