Benzene-toluene fraction (bentol)

Anti-detonation, high-octane, aromatic additive to gasoline. The motor octane number is 103, the research octane number is 115.

It is used in coke plants to produce benzene and toluene.

Used to obtain N-vinylpyrrolidone and ethylenediamine.

Solvent in the paint and varnish industry.
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Benzene-toluene fraction (bentol)
Appearance: Transparent, colorless liquid with a slight odor

Chemical formula: C6H4 (CH3) 2 / C8H10

International name: benzene-toluene fraction (bentol)

CAS: 71-43-2 + 108-88-3

UN: 1993

EU: 200-753-7 + 203-625-9

GNG code: 29029080

OKPD2 code:

HS code: 2902900000

UN classification: UN hazard class: 3; UN packing group: I

Security card: 314

Flash point: -4 °C

Auto-ignition temperature: +614 °C

Flash point: + 31 - 91 °C

Solubility: insoluble in water

Shelf life: 12 months

Transportation: The benzene-toluene fraction is transported by rail or road. When transporting with the use of road and rail tank cars, containers are used, which are equipped with a special bottom loading / unloading system. Due to the rapid ignition, it is forbidden to use the drain and pouring of a free falling jet. Railway tanks that are used for the transportation of bentol must be accompanied by an official document - a certificate indicating the name of the oil product that was discharged from the tank and the procedure for preliminary preparation of the tank.

Storage: Bentol is stored in specially equipped metal tanks in compliance with the rules for storing flammable substances.