Chemicals we deal in are used for several industrial tasks. They are suited for making bleaching agents, fertilizers, lab solutions and others. Some of them are used for making medicines, while others are used for making solvents, particularly for varnishes, lacquers, paints, perfumes and cleaning mixtures. Some compounds of the range are used to provide fragrance to fingernail polishes and adhesives. Also, the production of pharmaceuticals as well as foods is done with the help of them. Chemicals offered by us are of optimum performance. They are specialty additives used in high tech as well as high growth industries. They are available with better as well as great sustainability.


Ethyl Acetate

Our business offers a wide variety of ethyl acetate while maintaining a constant focus on quality. This is often employed in the creation of scent, including in products like deodorants, room sprays, fine cosmetic fragrances, and everyday soap and detergent. This substance is renowned for its colourless, sweet-smelling liquid, minimal toxicity, and purity of form. We only employ top-notch chemical components to create the chemicals in order to adhere to the established safety standards. The Ethyl Acetate is in high demand on the market and is packaged and delivered in moisture-free packing drums.



Toluene has the appearance of a clear, colourless liquid with a distinct scent. 40 °F flash point less dense (7.2 lb/gal) than water and insoluble in water consequently floats on water. heavier than air vapours. may be harmful when inhaled, consumed, or in touch with the skin. used as a solvent, to create other compounds, and as a component of aviation and automobile fuels.

Toluene is a liquid that is clear and colourless and has a distinct fragrance. The tolu tree and crude oil both contain toluene naturally. It is also created during the processes of producing coke from coal and crude oil, as well as gasoline and other fuels. Paints, paint thinners, rubber, fingernail polish, lacquers, adhesives, and various printing and tanning procedures all make use of toluene.



At room temperature, benzene is a liquid substance that is colourless or light yellow. In the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors, it is largely utilised as a solvent. It is also used to make gasoline and as a starting material and intermediate in the synthesis of many other compounds. Both natural and artificial methods can yield benzoene.



Hexane is used as a special-purpose solvent, a cleaning agent, and to extract edible oils from seeds and vegetables. Humans who are acutely (short-term) inhaled high quantities of hexane have moderate central nervous system (CNS) symptoms such giddiness, nausea, headache, and dizziness. Humans who are exposed to hexane in the air over an extended period of time may develop polyneuropathy, which manifests as numbness in the extremities, muscle weakness, impaired vision, headaches, and tiredness. Rats have also displayed neurotoxic consequences. Hexane's potential to cause cancer in both humans and animals is unknown. Hexane has been categorised by the EPA as Group D, not classifiable as a human carcinogen.



Acetic acid is one of the many different compounds that may be made using methanol. The main purpose of methanol in industry is as a solvent to make inks, resins, adhesives, and dyes. Important medicinal chemicals and goods including cholesterol, streptomycin, vitamins, and hormones are also produced using it as a solvent. Methanol may be used as a fuel for cars, boats, and other machinery. It can also be combined with gasoline to create the efficient fuel methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), which has the potential to emit less greenhouse gases than regular gasoline. A sustainable fuel derived from plant or animal fat that may be used in place of or combined with conventional fuel, biodiesel also contains methanol.



Propanone is another name for the colourless liquid known as acetone. It has a low toxicity but a significant flammability, and in some quantities it is generally regarded as safe (GRAS). This substance is a solvent that combines well with water and evaporates fast, making it ideal for a variety of industry and home applications. Among its frequent applications are nail polish remover, furniture or automobile lacquer, textile product degreaser or gummer, and even the manufacture of plastic.



benzol (plural benzols) (organic chemistry) An impure benzene (mixed with toluene etc), used in the arts as a solvent, and for various other purposes. (organic chemistry, obsolete) benzyl alcohol.



automotive products including:-

engine oils,
transmission and gear lubricants,