Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA)


With a thorough understanding of the concerned industry, we are indulged in offering highly effective Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA). Our offered range finds numerous applications in various industries for furniture polish or wood stains. It is also used in dye solutions and pastes for printing. Apart from this, it used for coloring leather, textiles and in ball-point pen pastes. We formulate the entire range using premium quality chemical compounds under the guidance of our experienced professionals. Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA) is a clear, slightly hygroscopic liquid with a mild odour. It is freely miscible with most common organic solvents, but has only limited miscibility with water. By virtue of its ether and ester groups, Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA) enters into reactions that are characteristic of ethers and esters and display their solvent power. For instance, it dissolves numerous natural and synthetic resins, waxes, fats and oils. Since Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA) may react with the oxygen in the air to form peroxides, BASF supplies it inhibited with 2.6-di-tert-butyl-para-cresol (butylated hydroxytoluene – BHT). Selected applications of this product are presented below.


Applications of Methoxy Propyl Acetate (PMA) :

  • Solvent for resins
  • Paints
  • Lacquer & Stains
  • Artificial leather
  • Perfumes
  • Flavor extraction
  • Dehydration agent
  • Leather dyeing
  • Pesticides materials.


Specifications :

  • Appearance : Free from insoluble haze.
  • Purity : 99.5%
  • Colour APHA : 10 MAX
  • Water : 0.05% MAX
  • Specific Gravity : 0.966 – 0.971°C
  • Boiling Point : 146°C


Instructions :

  • May formed as the explosive peroxides
  • Avoid being long term stored or contacted with the air light; Do not use and store it if the temperature higher than room temperature.


Packing :

  • 200 kg Net Metal Drums.

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