Diethanol Isopropanolamine is a carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen-based industrial compound. The liquid is colorless to pale yellow in appearance. It is a viscous liquid that's transparent. It has a faint ammoniac odor and is water soluble. Various industries use this industrial chemical.
Diethanol Isopropanolamine is industrially made from the reaction of propylene oxide with diethanol amine.
Cement grinding aids primarily use diethanol isopropanolamine. The cement industry makes substantial use of it. It is a component in cement additives and concrete admixtures. Diethanol Isopropanolamine enhances the strength of cements at all hydration ages, making it an ideal grinding aid in cement mills. Cements containing fly ash and slag have a stronger reaction to the chemical. It prevents cement particles from adhering to one other during and after the grinding process, as well as increasing the process' efficiency and fluidity. Triethanolamine (TEA) and Triisopropanolamine are replaced with Diethanol Isopropanolamine (TIPA). In fact, DEIPA outperforms Triethanolamine and Triisopropanolamine in terms of cement characteristics. Finally, it increases the compressive strength of cement.
Diethanol Isopropanolamine is also used in cosmetics. Shampoos, skin salves, fluid cleansers, and lotions all include this ingredient. It is also utilized in gas-treatment equipment. It is an important part of metal-treating equipment.