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Walnut Oil, cold-pressed

Order number: 73550

for tempera




 

Delivery time approx. 5 working days

250 ml (PE-bottle)
Order number: 73550.20250.156 14.00 USD *
56.00 USD * / 1000 ml Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 l (PE-bottle)
Order number: 73550.21100.160 48.00 USD *
Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
 

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Handling and Warnings

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

 
 

Walnut Oil, cold-pressed

for tempera

Cold-pressed walnut oil is filtered with no additional treatment. It yellows less than linseed oil. It is closer in drying time to poppy oil than linseed, but dries faster than the former. Its viscosity is lower than that of linseed, and it can generally incorporate more pigment as a binder. The chemist Tingry noted in the mid 19th century that nut oil is more weather and UV resistant than linseed oil, despite forming a somewhat softer paint film. Walnut oil has a shorter shelf life than other oils and can spoil.
  • Chemical description Juglans Regia (walnut) seed oil, CAS No. 8024-09-7, EINECS 273-313-5
  • Form liquid
  • Solubility in water insoluble
  • Boiling point > 350°C

Walnut Oil, cold-pressed

for tempera

Cold-pressed walnut oil is filtered with no additional treatment. It yellows less than linseed oil. It is closer in drying time to poppy oil than linseed, but dries faster than the former. Its viscosity is lower than that of linseed, and it can generally incorporate more pigment as a binder. The chemist Tingry noted in the mid 19th century that nut oil is more weather and UV resistant than linseed oil, despite forming a somewhat softer paint film. Walnut oil has a shorter shelf life than other oils and can spoil.
 
 
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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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Walnut Oil, cold-pressed

for tempera

Cold-pressed walnut oil is filtered with no additional treatment. It yellows less than linseed oil. It is closer in drying time to poppy oil than linseed, but dries faster than the former. Its viscosity is lower than that of linseed, and it can generally incorporate more pigment as a binder. The chemist Tingry noted in the mid 19th century that nut oil is more weather and UV resistant than linseed oil, despite forming a somewhat softer paint film. Walnut oil has a shorter shelf life than other oils and can spoil.
 

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