Description and use of triisopropanolamine products
Triisopropanolamine is a chemical used as a pharmaceutical raw material, a photographic developer solvent. A solvent for paraffin oil in the man-made fiber industry. Since triisopropanolamine and a salt formed by a long-chain fatty acid have good coloring stability, they are particularly suitable as an emulsifier for cosmetics. Triisopropanolamine (TIPA) is a polyhydric alcohol amine organic compound. It is an alcohol amine compound having an amino group and an alcoholic carboxyl group. Since it contains both an amino group and a carboxyl group in its molecule, it has a comprehensive property of an amine and an alcohol. Wide range of industrial uses is an important basic chemical raw material. In the aspect of cement, it can promote the hydration of clinker minerals and increase the strength of cement, mainly used for cement grinding aids. TIPA's reinforcing effect on composite cement is related to the composition of the mixed material. TIPA has obvious post-reinforcing effect on most composite cements. The effect is especially obvious when the fly ash content is high. However, it has a high composite content of slag powder. The enhancement is weaker. This is related to the complexation of TIPA and the chemical composition of the blend.
There are three main types of TIPA80% TIPA85% TIPA99%.