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FlexaTram™-NNP n-propylamine is used as a catalyst for hardeners for epoxy resins, as a solvent and as an intermediate in pharmaceuticals, rubber chemicals, textile and leather, gasoline and lubricants and agro-chemiclas.


As a catalyst

  • Hardeners for epoxy resins
  • For chemical reactions, polymerization reactions and condensation reactions

As a solvent

  • For organic synthesis as a solvent or reactive solvent
  • As an alkaline developing agent in the photographic industry

As an intermediate

  • Pharmaceuticals: Antidiabetics (chlorpropamide), anesthetics, antibiotics and antiseptics
  • Rubber chemicals: Rubber processing, e.g. vulcanization accelerators and antioxidants as well as stabilizers
  • Textile and leather: Antistatic and impregnating agents
  • Gasoline and lubricant sector: Manufacture of anticaking agents as an additive component
  • Agro-chemicals: Synthesis of herbicides and fungicides

Other uses

  • Corrosion inhibitors, emulsifiers (amphoteric surfactants) for water treatment and oil and gas
  • Flotation aids for mining
  • Detergents and ion exchange resins
  • N-propyl isocyanate for coatings

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