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Linseed Oil, refined

Order number: 73300

varnish oil, bleached linseed oil




 

Delivery time approx. 5 working days

1 l (PE-bottle)
Order number: 73300.21100.160 12.00 USD *
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Handling and Warnings

CAUTION: Materials impregnated with oil may spontaneously combust (auto-oxidation). Burn rags under supervision or dry outspread.

 
 

Linseed Oil, refined

varnish oil, bleached linseed oil

Refined linseed oil is pale yellow in color. It is extracted using higher pressure than cold pressed as well as heat. It too, dries to a hard, durable film. Though it appears lighter in color, it will yellow over time to the same degree as cold-pressed, so color changes can appear more significant.
  • Chemical description Refined linseed oil. CAS No. 8001-26-1, EINECS 232-278-6
  • Form liquid
  • Solubility in water not very miscible
  • Boiling point > 350°C

Linseed Oil, refined

varnish oil, bleached linseed oil

Refined linseed oil is pale yellow in color. It is extracted using higher pressure than cold pressed as well as heat. It too, dries to a hard, durable film. Though it appears lighter in color, it will yellow over time to the same degree as cold-pressed, so color changes can appear more significant.
 
 
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Products bearing the AP Product Seal of ACMI are certified in a program of toxicological evaluation by a medical expert to contain no materials in sufficient quantities to be toxic or injurious to humans or cause acute or chronic health problems.

 

RAGS, STEEL WOOL OR WASTE SOAKED WITH THIS PRODUCT MAY SPONTANEOUSLY CATCH FIRE IF IMPROPERLY DISCARDED. Contains: OXIDIZING OIL.

 

PRECAUTIONS: Immediately after use, place soiled material in a sealed water-filled metal container.

 

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Linseed Oil, refined

varnish oil, bleached linseed oil

Refined linseed oil is pale yellow in color. It is extracted using higher pressure than cold pressed as well as heat. It too, dries to a hard, durable film. Though it appears lighter in color, it will yellow over time to the same degree as cold-pressed, so color changes can appear more significant.
 

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