Lauryl Dimethylalkyl Tertiary Amine
AT-1295 is a primarily composed of C12 (95% min) dimethylalkyl
tertiary amine; ‘R’ in the structural diagram above refers to the
different carbon chain lengths present from C10-C18. It is a clear
to slightly hazy liquid under ambient conditions with a strong fishy
(all properties @ 22°C (72°F), 760mmHg unless stated)
Very slightly soluble in water under ambient conditions.
End-use applications for AT-1295 include surfactants (such as
amine oxide and betaines), quaternaries (biocides, swimming pool
and water treatment), flotation agents, gasoline detergents, corro-
sion inhibitors, rubber processing additives, emulsifier for herbi-
cides, textile softeners, and oilfield drilling materials.
GENERAL INFORMATION cont...
Shelf life is affected by how a product is stored. P&G Chemicals
only provides shelf life for NF materials for which a stability
study has been conducted. For all other materials including
Tertiary Amines, P&G Chemicals does not provide a shelf
life or expiration date.
Storage and Handling (recommended)
Storage Temp Targets: Ambient
Handling Temp Min-Max: Ambient (5-10°C over melt point)
Sensitive Properties: Color, Floc precipitates at lower temps.
Max Steam, psig: 30
Nitrogen Blanket: YES (4 to 8 oz. of pressure)
Load out filter: 25 micron
Rail Car or Tank Truck: Stainless Steel, Phenolic Epoxy
Storage Tank: Stainless Steel (304 min), Glass-Lined,
Phenolic Epoxy Resin-Lined
Pumps and Lines: Stainless Steel or lined
Note: 1) Amines change color over time even in glass at room
temperature. Sunlight degrades color of samples in glass; protect
samples from sunlight. 2) Agitation is recommended for amines,
especially if tank is bottom draw or if tank will be run down