Di Ethanolamine

We are engaged in offering a wide range of Di-Ethanolamine, which is highly soluble in alcohol, water and ether. It is basically a gas, which smells like ammonia under normal temperature and is highly inflammable. It finds extensive application for producing DMF, water treatment agent, surface active agent, pesticides and di-methyl amino ethanol.


We offer quality Melamine which is imported from China / Iran. Whose formaldehyde resins are used for laminates. Using it as laminate offers a good hardness, resistance to scratch, stain, water and heat. Melamine is tasteless, odorless and non-toxic powder and is known for its features such as high mechanical strength, good heat resistance and good electrical insulation. The asbestos filled Melamine resins have features such as, high dielectric strength and high heat resistance. Additionally, Melamine Formaldehyde molding powder gives clear and bright colors, and offers resistance to surface scratching. 


Our company is a proud exporter and supplier of a number of acidic chemicals and solvents in the market. Our company provides Mono Ethanolamine which is a colourless, ammonia-like-smelling compound. The compound is toxic in nature and finds its place in a number of applications in the pharmaceutical industry. The compound is used in scrubbing for gas plants as well. Our company ensures safe delivery of every order within the stipulated time frame.


Here’s a list of certain uses for the compound:


  • Alkalization of water in power plants
  • Scrubbing in gas plants
  • In manufacturing detergents, polishes, emulsifiers

Tri Ethanolamine

We are regular suppliers of full range of all grades/ range of Tri-ethanolamine, D.E.G., M.E.G., E.L.-40, C.O.-40 & other solvent chemicals in small as well as bulk packing. We also deal in Caustic Soda, Soda Ash and other similar auxiliaries in powder/ flakes/ liquid forms. The same products are one of the major raw-material for making auxiliaries for Textile Industry.
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