Non Toluen Xylene -NTX series-

◆Non Toluen & Xylene

 

 

Applications

◆Diluent, abluent for various paint◆

Degreasing machining oil
Wiping off resin
Finish cleaning UV resist ink, photo resist ink
Wiping off PS, PET, PC, Carbon
Cleaning ink-jet ink
Removing double sided tape
Removing blue layout ink

 

Features

The entire NTX series do not contain designated substance to measure under laws and regulations in Japan.
VOC such as Toluene and Xylene attending PRTR law and revised building standard law are not included.

 

 

Packaging

rounf tin can tin oil can oil drum container tank truck
1L×6pcs

(1case)

16L 200L 1000L

 

 

Core grades

Product name Features

NTX eco thinner

Thinner inapplicable to Ordinance on the Prevention of Organic Solvent Poisoning (JP)

NTX lacquer thinner

Thinner for lacquer resin (main component : cellulose nitrate)
intermediate dissolving power

NTX urethane thinner

Thinner for one-pack, two-pack urethane
3types for each season(M:Spring/Fall、S:Summer、W:Winter)

NTX epoxy thinner

For most epoxy coating
(Disable for isocyanate base epoxy coating)

NTX melamine thinner

For melamine coating and electrostatic coating

NTX washing thinner

Degreasing, washing before painting and washing tools after painting
Fast drying property, low odor

NTX adhesive abluent, diluent

Thinner for adhesive and can be used for peeling and washing

eco painting thinner

Thinner for terpen soluble paint, diluted with a weak solvent

 

 

※About PRTR-Law※

The PRTR system enables us to know what chemicals, from what kind of sources, and how much chemicals are released for each year.

The PRTR system is now widely adopted and implemented abroad. In Japan, “The Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof ” was established in 1999.

The PRTR (Pollutant Release and Transfer Register) is a system that (i) requires businesses handling chemical substances potentially hazardous to the environment to estimate the amounts of chemical substances released and transferred in waste, and to report the data to their local governments, and that (ii) the national government then compiles data submitted and makes the results public.

PRTR aims to establish the common background of risk communication among the government, the business operators and the public by providing data about releases of chemical substances to the environment. These data also help the business operators to manage their own amount of releases. In consequence, it can contribute to reduce the environmental risks from chemical substances.

Check the Ministry of the Environment for more details.

◆Major chemical substances designated in the PRTR Act◆

substances byname  № substances byname
40 ethyl benzene 144 dichloropentafluoropropane
43 ethylene glycol 14 dichloro‐methane
44 ethylene glycol mono-methyl ether 177 styrene monomer
45 ethylene glycol mono-ethyl ether acetate 200 tetrachlorethylene
60 dimethyl-benzene xylene, xylol 209 1,1,1-trichloroethane  carbon dichloride, ethylene tetrachloride
95 chloroform 211 trichloroethylene
101 2-ethoxyethyl acetate 227 toluene  methyl benzene, toluol
103 2-methoxyethyl acetate 269 octylphthalate DNOP
112 tetrachloromethane carbon tetrachloride 270 Dibutyl phthalate DBP
113 1,4-dioxane 299 benzine benzol
132 1,1-dichloro-1-fluoroethane
139 0-dichlorobenzene

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