Centralite is a residue also known as Ethyl Centralite. Its IUPAC name is 1,3-diethyl-1,3-diphenylurea, and its empirical formula is C17H20N2O. Ethyl Centralite is insoluble in water but is soluble in acetone, ethanol and benzene. Today, it is typically used as a burning rate moderator, stabiliser for smokeless powder and can function as a plasticiser for celluloid and solid rocket propellants.
What is the pricing structure and unit cost of Ethyl Centralite?
We understand that each business has distinctive requirements at East Harbour Group. Therefore, we customise the supply and shipping options for your Ethyl Centralite orders based on details such as amount and delivery location. Our experienced team can advise on the most efficient and cost-effective solutions for your needs. Please get in touch with us to get a personalised quote tailored to your specific order.
Can East Harbour Group ship Ethyl Centralite around the world?
Absolutely! Whether in Europe, Asia or elsewhere, we have the logistics expertise to deliver your chemicals when and where you need them, on time and on budget. If you require Ethyl Centralite shipped and are uncertain about transportation options, our team can provide guidance on optimising your supply chain. Speak to the team today to discuss your specific logistics needs for hassle-free shipping.
Where is Ethyl Centralite placed on the Hazmat scale?
It is not considered a hazardous chemical, and therefore is not on the Hazmat scale. Please check your local regulations to make sure it isn’t restricted or controlled in your geographic location.
However, that doesn’t mean that there are no risks to handling the substance. It can still be hazardous if swallowed, and you are advised to call a poison centre or doctor immediately after swallowing. Inhalation should be avoided, and care must be taken to avoid any contact with skin or the eyes.
Physical properties of Ethyl Centralite
Safety profile of Ethyl Centralite
All the safety information for Ethyl Centralite can be found in our MSDS (material safety data sheet) below. 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.