Dimeryl Diisocyanate (DDI) is an aliphatic diisocyanate that displays very promising properties. Some of these are lower toxicity, lower vapour pressure, and increased insensibility to moisture. DDI has a CAS number of 68239-06-5 and can also be identified as 2-heptyl-3, 4-bis (9-isocyanatononyl)-1-pentylcyclohexane. Dimeryl Diisocyanate has a molecular formula of C38 H70 N2 O2.

Photo of Dimeryl Diisocyanate
CAS Number: 68239-06-5
UN Number: None
Hazard Class: None
Packing Group: None

Physical properties of Dimeryl Diisocyanate

Physical State: Liquid
Appearance: Light amber in colour
Odor: Aromatic
Odor Threshold: No information available
pH: No information available
Melting Point / Range: No information available
Boiling Point / Range: >540 C°
Molecular Formula: No information available
Molecular Weight: No information available
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Safety information for Dimeryl Diisocyanate

All the safety information for Dimeryl Diisocyanate can be found in our MSDS (material safety data sheet). It includes information on first aid, accidental release, fire-fighting, handling and storage, personal protection and much more. Please familiarise yourself with the hazards before handling it.

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Dimeryl Diisocyanate is utilised in various applications, including chemical production, analytical chemistry, laboratory synthesis, and industrial processes. Its versatility makes it valuable for diverse uses in these fields.

Dimeryl Diisocyanate is not categorised with specific ratings on the HAZMAT scale due to its perceived low level of danger. However, this does not negate the presence of associated hazards.

Individuals handling this substance are strongly advised to take precautions to prevent any contact with their eyes and skin, as it can lead to significant irritation. In the event of contact with the eyes or skin, immediate rinsing of the affected area is crucial, followed by seeking medical advice.

Take these simple steps when handling and storing Dimeryl Diisocyanate to prevent any injuries, or damage to the eyes in particular.

  • Prevent contact with skin and eyes.
  • Wash hands and exposed body parts thoroughly after handling.
  • Use personal protective equipment (PPE) as per Section 8.
  • Observe valid legal regulations on safety and health protection.

Keep away from sources of ignition – no smoking. Take precautionary measures against static discharge.

Keep the container tightly closed at all times. Store in a dry and cool place. If stored at temperatures higher than 15 C, the shelf life of the product may be reduced.

Dispose of Dimeryl Diisocyanate in compliance with local and/or national regulations. Adhere to waste disposal guidelines and refrain from pouring unused product into drainage systems, surface water, or groundwater. Entrust waste disposal to an authorised waste removal company. Empty containers may be recycled after proper cleaning.

Similar precautions should be followed for the safe handling, storage, and disposal of Magnesium Nitrate Hexahydrate. Always prioritise adherence to safety protocols and regulations to safeguard both individuals and the environment.

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Dimeryl Diisocyanate is not on the HAZMAT scale.