Hydrogenated Bisphenol A (HBPA)
 
 
  Our HBPA is a dialchol with a cycloalyphatic structure, obtained by dehydrogenating bisphenol A. It is used as a raw material for various engineering plastics and paints, with its good chemical stability derived from no unsaturated bond in the structure.
 
 
Molecular Formula C15H28O2C Structural Formula
ENCS No. 4-201 2,2'-bis-(4-hydroxycyclohexyl)propane
CAS No. 80-04-6
   
  PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
 
TEST ANALYSIS
Boiling Point (2.67kPa) °C 253.5~257
Molten Viscosity (160°C) m²/s
Heating Value kJ/g 37.21
Flash Point °C not less than 194
   
  SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPICAL ANALYSIS
 
TEST SPECIFICATIONS
TYPICAL
ANALYSIS
TEST
METHOD
Water

wt%

less than 0.5
0.25

JIS-K-0068

Appearance
  white flakes
white flake
 
Color
Hazen NO.
less than 30
5
JIS-K-0071-1
Ash
wtppm
less than 50
less than 30
JIS-K-0067
Fe
wtppm
less than 5
less than 1
Atomic Absorption Method
Hydroxyl
Group Value
mgKOH/g more than 430 463 JIS-K-0070
  MAJOR USE: Raw Material for resins, such as epoxy, unsaturated polyester, polycarbonate,
polyurethane, polyacrylate, polysulphone, alkid.