• Phenol, also called as carbolic acid or hydroxybenzene, is used as a raw material for diverse chemical components.
• Phenol solidify in high temperature. To prevent this, a functional phenol with a set amount of water inserted is also used.
• During usage, please refer to the MSDS for information regarding the precautions, environment, safety and hygiene.
PHENOL is a clear, colorless to light pink solid or thick liquid, prone to reddish on exposure to air and light, hastened by presence of alkalinity. It has characteristic odor and absorbs water from the air. The principal use of PHENOL is for resins, especially PHENOL-formaldehyde thermosetting resins. Kumho's PHENOL is produced by the oxidation of cumene.
PHENOL-formaldehyde resins are the major resins in this class. PHENOL is also used to produce bisphenol-A, achemical intermediate of epoxy and polycarbonate resins. Other uses for PHENOL are diversified, as other chemical intermediates.
• The product is mainly used in phenolic resin, Bisphenol-A, caprolactam, alkylphenol, Adipic Acid, plasticizers and etc.
• The largest use of PHENOL is in phenolic resins which are any of several types of synthetic thermosetting resins. These resins are obtained from the reaction of PHENOL.
• Origin : Republic of Korea
• Capacity : 200kg/200ℓ
• Package Includes : 200 kg / 200ℓ Zn-coated steel drum, bulk
• Color P : Colorless
• Condition : Light pink solid or Thick liquid
• Features : Phenol coagulates at room temperature