An effective solubilizing agent and corrosion inhibitor
- Edition Date :
- September 19, 2018
- Solubilizing agent
- Excellent properties as a corrosion inhibitor
Safety and MSDSFor regulatory details such as the classification and labelling as dangerous substances or goods please refer to our corresponding Material Safety Data Sheet.
Hazard class Hazard category H-phrases Skin irritation Category 2 Causes skin irritation Eye damage Category 1 Causes serious eye damage Category of danger/Category Hazard symbol R-phrases Irritant Irritating to skin Irritant Risk of serious damage to eyes
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Characteristics Unit Target value DS¹) TD²) Test method Phosphorus %(w/w) 4.2 - 4.6
Photometry after oxidizing dissolution; (11/17) or wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry; (11/23) Density g/cm³ 1.01 - 1.05
at 20 °C, flexural resonator; (11/65) Dynamic Viscosity mPa*s approx. 1500
at 20 °C Kinematic Viscosity mm²/s approx. 400
at 40 °C pH Value approx. 3
at 20 °C, 10g/l in H2O/isopropanol 1:3 Acid Number mg KOH/g 115 - 145
Titration using alkali, 2nd end point at pH 9-10; (11/11) ¹) The product is constantly monitored to ensure that it adheres to the specified values. Test methods: Clariant method numbers 11/xx in brackets.
²) The technical data are used solely to describe the product and are not subject to constant monitoring
ApplicationsHordaphos 124 is used as a component in formulations for low-foaming emulsions, as a solubilizer for sparingly soluble additives and as a corrosion inhibitor for metal working.
In addition, this phosphoric acid ester can be used as an EP additive in cutting oils for metal machining and in lubricants for metal forming.
Packaging and HandlingDelivery form
Hordaphos 124 is supplied in 50 kg net tight head drums (pallet unit 400 kg net) and 200 kg net tight head drums (800 kg net pallet units).
Hordaphos 124 must be stored in its tightly closed original container in a cool frost-free place away from direct sunlight. If the product becomes turbid, thickens or freezes through exposure to cold, it must be homogenized at approx. 40 °C before use.
Minimum shelf life is 12 months from the date of shipping when stored according to the said conditions.