Heavy Alkyl Benzene Production Cost Analysis 2020
Heavy alkyl benzene or HAB is a byproduct formed in the manufacturing of linear alkylbenzene. HAB has properties like:
- Good thermal and oxidative stability
- High flashpoints
- Low pour points
- Low to high aniline points
- Good solubilizing characteristics
- Low or zero chlorine content
- Low levels of polynuclear aromatics
Heavy alkyl benzenes are generally used in heat transfer, oils, greases, textile auxiliaries, electrical oils, plasticizers, and specialty oils. It is also finds applications as an additive in the formulation of gasoline and diesel engine oils. HABs are also used as lubricants for refrigeration oils, transformer oils, metalwork fluids, etc.
Heavy alkyl benzenes have a high shelf life and are stable under different climatic conditions. HABs are excellent corrosion or rust inhibitor. It is typically used for the production of greases. HAB is used in metalworking fluids as rust preventives, as it gives superior protective coating and higher resistance to humidity, along with a high resistance to saltwater spray. HAB based metalworking soluble oil has been developed as an alternative to mineral lube oil due to its superior performance and cost-effectiveness.
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