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Total Special Fluids
HYDROSEAL G 250 H by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C15 - C20 dearomatized aliphatic fluid. Acts as an organic plasticizer for silicone sealants. Offers an excellent comparison between... view more
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HYDROSEAL G 285 H by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C15 - C20 dearomatized aliphatic fluid. Acts as an organic plasticizer for silicone sealants. Provides an excellent comparison between... view more
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HYDROSEAL G 3 H by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C15 - C20 dearomatized aliphatic fluid. Acts as an organic plasticizer for standard bathroom, glazing and multi-purpose sealing products... view more
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HYDROSEAL G 400 H by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C15 - C20 dearomatized aliphatic fluid. Acts as an organic plasticizer designed for silicone sealants. Offers an excellent comparison... view more
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HYDROSEAL HY by Total Special Fluids acts as a phthalate-free plasticizer with greater performance. Offers better elastic recovery, easy workability and no staining on wood. Exhibits high flash... view more
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SOLANE® 100-120 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 - C9 hydrocarbon solvent. Shows a boiling range between 102 - 125°C. SOLANE® 100-120 is recommended for adhesive applications... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 100-140 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 - C9 hydrocarbon solvent. Provides a boiling range between 102 - 138°C. SOLANE® 100-140 is recommended for adhesive applications... view more
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SOLANE® 100-155 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 - C9 hydrocarbon solvent. Exhibits a boiling range between 103 - 157°C. SOLANE® 100-155 is recommended for adhesive applications... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 60-95 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C6 - C7 hydrocarbon solvent. Exhibits a boiling range between 62 - 92°C. SOLANE® 60-95 is used in adhesives and glues... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 70-95 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C6 - C7 hydrocarbon solvent. Offers a boiling range between 71 - 89°C. SOLANE® 70-95 is designed for adhesives... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® 80-110 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 hydrocarbon solvent. Possesses a boiling range between 84 - 107°C. SOLANE® 80-110 is designed for adhesives and glues... view more
Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® CYCLOPENTANE by Total Special Fluids is a cyclo-aliphatic C5 hydrocarbon solvent. Shows a boiling range between 49 - 50°C. SOLANE® CYCLOPENTANE is recommended for adhesive applications... view more
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SOLANE® HEPTANE by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C7 hydrocarbon solvent. Exhibits a boiling range between 90 - 94°C. SOLANE® HEPTANE is used in adhesive applications... view more
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SOLANE® HEXANE by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C6 hydrocarbon solvent. Exhibits a boiling range between 63 - 71°C. SOLANE® HEXANE is used in adhesive applications... view more
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Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® HEXANE 45 by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C6 hydrocarbon solvent. Offers a boiling range between 65 - 69°C. SOLANE® HEXANE 45 is used in adhesive applications... view more
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Total Special Fluids
SOLANE® ISOHEXANE by Total Special Fluids is an aliphatic C6 hydrocarbon solvent. Exhibits a boiling range between 55 - 61°C. SOLANE® ISOHEXANE is used in adhesive applications... view more
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SOLANE® METHYLCYCLOHEXANE by Total Special Fluids is a cyclo-aliphatic C7 - C8 hydrocarbon solvent. Shows a boiling range between 101 - 102°C. SOLANE® METHYLCYCLOHEXANE is recommended for adhesive... view more
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