We are a fully integrated supplier of Ethanolamine , Ethanolamine is a colorless, viscous liquid with an odor reminiscent of ammonia. ETA molecules are a component in the formation of cellular membranes and are thus a molecular building block for life. It was thought to exist only on Earth and on certain asteroids, but in 2021 evidence was found that ETA molecules exist in interstellar space.

Ethanolamine is commonly called monoethanolamine or MEA in order to be distinguished from diethanolamine (DEA) and triethanolamine (TEA). It is used as feedstock in the production of detergents, emulsifiers, polishes, pharmaceuticals, corrosion inhibitors, and chemical intermediates.

Monoethanolamine ( MEA )

It is a simple ethanolamine with one primary amine and one alcohol group. It is a colorless liquid with a mild ammonia odour. MEA is mainly used in sweetening natural gas and coal gas, and as soap or amides in heavy-duty detergents. Monoethanolamine is also used in the production of ethylene used in detergent, personal care, textile finishing, and wood treating products, as well as oil well and metalworking products for corrosion prevention​​. Also can be used as a cement grinding aid. 

Diethanolamine ( DEA )

It appears as oily colourless liquid or solid white crystals. Slight rotten fish or amomonia ammonia odor. Denser than water.

It is a member of the class of ethanolamines that is ethanolamne having a N-hydroxyethyl substituent. It has a role as a human xenobiotic metabolite. it is used in a number of consumer products, such as shampoos, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.

Triethanolamine (TEA )

Triethanolamine is a surfactant used as an emulsifier in hand and body lotions, shaving creams, soaps, and shampoos.

- Molecular Weight:149.19

- Molecular Formula:C6H15NO3

- Boiling Point:360 °C

- Density:1.1245 g/cm3

- Solubility : Soluble in chloroform, methanol.

- Appearance : Pale yellow thick oil to off-white low-melting solid

- Storage : Room Temperature

Butyl Glycol

Monoethylene Glycol ( MEG)

Triethylene Glycol (TEA)