Deipa

Diethanolisopropanolamine (DEIPA)

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Diethanol-isopropanolamine (DEIPA) is an alkanol amine used in the formulation of cement additives and concrete admixtures

Besides being a good grinding aid in the cement mill, DEIPA increases the strength of cements at all hydration ages, and cements blended with fly ash and slag tend to show a greater response to the chemical.

In this research, the impact of DEIPA on the hydration of blast furnace slag blended cements is studied using several analytical techniques, such as quantitative X-ray diffraction with Rietveld refinement (QXRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) with backscattered electron image analysis, thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), and chemical shrinkage.

Isothermal calorimetry was also used to demonstrate the impact of DEIPA on the reactivity of slag in blended cements. Compressive strength tests were performed to assess the impact of the amine in such cements.

 

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

DEIPA 85%

DEIPA 98%

EDIPA contents

85%

98%

Water contents

15%

2%

Appearance

Colorless to weak yellow liquid

 

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Color: clear, colorless

Boiling Point: 145 °C @ .60mm Hg

Freezing/Melting Point: 31.50 – 36.00 °C

Flash Point: > 112 °C

Specific Gravity/Density: 1.0790g/cm3

Molecular Formula: C7H17NO3

Molecular Weight: 163.22

 

PACKING
Packed in iron drum, net weight 200kg, 1000KG IBC and 20 tons flexibag can be specified according to customer’s requests.

SAFETY & TOXICITY
Generally present no toxicity, alkalescency but do not irritate skin.
Higher flashing point, it should be prevented the material from spilling into the eyes while handling.