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ACETONE  is only shipped via a professional dangerous goods transport company (ADR)

When placing an order, the Buyer declares that he has read the product safety data sheet and knows how to handle the substance and is aware of the resulting risks.




Chemical properties of Acetone
Product name: Acetone
Chemical formula of Acetone: C 3H 6O
Other chemical names:
2-Propanone, dimethyl ketone, propanone
What is the chemical compound of Acetone?
Acetone is a colourless liquid, flammable. It mixes perfectly with water in any proportions. It has a sharp, characteristic smell, slightly fruity. It occurs naturally in the human body as a by-product of metabolism. It is mainly stored in urine and blood.
Boiling point -56.05 ℃
Melting point and pour point -94.8 
Flash point -17 ℃
Auto-ignition temperature 465 ℃
Storage temperature 15-25 ℃
pH 5-6
Due to the fact that acetone is a flammable substance, extra care must be taken in its storage. It should be stored away from heat, fire, hot surfaces, ignition, sparks. Store in a well-ventilated area. Keep acetone container tightly closed.
Do not use acetone on products that will come into contact with food. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the vicinity of acetone. Avoid getting into drains, ground and surface waterways. Wear mask, gloves and goggles when working with acetone. Dispose of product and packaging as hazardous waste.
Application of Acetone
Acetone is the basic ingredient in nail polish remover. It breaks down varnish particles, making it easy to remove. Acetone is widely used because of its ease of mixing with water and rapid evaporation. It is used extensively in the textile industry to degrease wool and silk. As a solvent, acetone is often added to solvent systems used in the manufacture of car paints and furniture finishes. Acetone is also used to reduce the viscosity of paint. It is commonly used as a solvent in the manufacture of plastics and other industrial products. Acetone can dissolve resins and other fats, as well as cellulose ethers and cellulose esters. It is also used in the production of artificial silk and explosive products. Acetone is an intermediate for pharmaceutical products. It is also used in the production of paper coatings and as a base material in the synthesis of many compounds. Among other things, it is used in the production of methyl methacrylate and bisphenol A.
Use of acetone:
  • an essential ingredient in nail polish remover;
  • solvent for varnishes, plastics, resins, fats
  • degreaser for wool and silk;
  • reduces varnish viscosity;
  • used in the manufacture of artificial silk and explosives;
  • a pharmaceutical intermediate;
  • used in the manufacture of paper coatings;
  • in the synthesis of certain chemical compounds, e.g. methyl methacrylate, bisphenol A.
Effects on the body
Acetone is irritating to eyes, may lead to corneal opacity. After contact it may cause drowsiness and intoxication. Frequent contact with the substance may cause dryness and cracking of skin. It may also cause vomiting, nausea, gastrointestinal problems.
First aid
After eye contact, rinse abundantly with water. If wearing contact lenses, remove them and continue to rinse.
If acetone gets on the skin, flush the area with plenty of water. Remove contaminated clothing.
If swallowed, seek medical attention urgently. Remove person to fresh air. In the first 5 minutes after swallowing induce vomiting, after that time no more vomiting. Drink 150 cm of3liquid paraffin. Do not drink milk, alcohol or other fats.
If acetone has entered through the respiratory tract, take the victim to fresh air. If there are vapours in the air, put on protective mask. If the victim is not breathing, perform CPR. In case of unconsciousness place casualty in side position and call a doctor.
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