|2. PRODUCT NAME & DETAILS|
||Off White To Grey Powder Or Flakes
||52.0 To 54.0 °C
|Moisture Content (KF)
|Solubility 2.5% In Ethanol
|4. APPLICATION||- Used as general industrial fine chemical.
- Used as a pre or post harvest scald inhibitor for apples.
- It is intermediate of Dimetacrine, Fencarbamide, Promazine which exhibit Anti-depressant/thymoleptic, anti-cholinergic, anti-emetic/anti-psychotic/neuroleptic.
- It is used mainly for its antioxidant properties. Diphenylamine is widely used as an industrial antioxidant, dye mordant and reagent and is also employed in agriculture as a fungicide and antihelmintic.
|5. HAZARD CLASSIFICATION
||Hazardous substance. (UN No. 3077)
|6. CAPACITY||10 MT per year.
|7. STORAGE CONDITION
||Store in closed container at ambient temperature. Avoid direct sun light.
|8. PACKING DETAILS
||25 Kg corrugated box Or HDPE container with PE liner.
|9. SHELF LIFE
|Typical properties should not be considered as specification.
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Products will not be supplied to countries where they could be in conflict with existing patents.
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Is Diphenylamine environmentally hazardous material?
Yes. Diphenylamine is an environmentally hazardous material.
Do you have big bag packing of Diphenylamine, if not then which type of packing your providing?
We do not have packing in Big Bag packing, our packing is 25kg UN approved corrugated box OR HDPE container with pe liner.
In which condition Diphenylamine can be stored?
Diphenylamine we can store in close containers at ambient temperature and avoid direct sun light.
Can we use Diphenylamine in agriculture sector?
Yes, we can use diphenylamine in the agriculture sector as a fungicide and antihelmintic.