Bulk Acetone Supplies
Bulk Acetone Supplies for the UK & Ireland
Acetone is the preferred cleaning solution to remove uncured Resin, Topcoat, and Gelcoat from tools and ancillaries.
It is also used for cleaning and degreasing substrates prior to or during fibreglass application.
At Tricel Composites, we distribute Bulk Acetone Supplies across the UK and Ireland at extremely competitive prices. We distribute pure Acetone bulk supplies in sizes ranging from 1 litre to 200 litres. Through our network of specialist carriers, we ensure a reliable supply chain.
We choose to only work with trusted manufacturers to ensure a quality product for all of our customers.
Recent economic and global developments have led in a surge in additional requirements for Bulk Acetone Supplies but at Tricel Composites we can assure you of a very tight lead time which will ensure you never run out.
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How is Acetone manufactured?
Acetone is a naturally occurring compound chemical. It begins with the raw materials Benzene and Propylene which are used to form Acetone. Cumene is produced upon mixing both the Benzene and Propylene and when oxidised becomes cumene hydroperoxide. This mix is then further split into Phenol and Acetone.
It is worth noting that although Acetone is a naturally occurring compound, it is highly flammable. Great care should be taken when storing and using Acetone.
Industries that use Bulk Acetone Supplies
Aside from Composites, Acetone is widely used across a variety of industries and product ranges.
Bulk Acetone Supplies are widely used in the cosmetics industry in products such as nail polish/gel/nail extension remover.
Acetone is used as a degreaser to ensure the substrate is free from contamination before proceeding with the next phase of the manufacturing.
We have supplied Bulk Acetone Supplies into Composites Manufacturers, Boat Building, and Automotive Manufacturing operations.
Acetone also evaporates very quickly. This makes it ideal for removing uncured materials from tools, glass, metal, ancillaries, and machinery.
Acetone is sometimes used to control oil spills by preventing the spread of oil in water.