CAS# 67762-41-8;Formula: C12/14H2n+1OH; n=10,12
CO-1214 is a mixture of Lauryl (65%) and Myristyl (21-28%)
and Cetyl (4-8%); ‘n’ in the structural diagram above refers to
the different carbon chain lengths present, from C8 up to
C18. It is a water white mobile liquid under ambient condi-
tions with a fresh waxy odor.
(all properties @ 22°C (72°F), 760mmHg unless stated)
Insoluble in water under ambient conditions, but
suitable solvents include acetone, benzene, ethyl ether, and
End-use applications for CO-1214 include alkyl amines, alumi-
num rolling lubricants, tertiary amines, antioxidants, concrete
anti-spalling agents, cosmetics, defoamers, ethoxylates, hal-
ides/mercaptans, lubricant oil additives, methacrylates, phos-
phated alcohols, plasticizers, plastic lubricants/mold release,
polymerization stabilizers, sulphation, sulfated ethoxylates, and
epoxy resin diluent.
GENERAL INFORMATION cont…
All of our fatty alcohol brands are produced in P&G Chemi-
cals’ global fatty alcohol network. They are manufactured
entirely from naturally occurring vegetable oils.
• No preservatives or additives are present.
• No gluten/wheat, corn, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish, sulfites,
yeast, starch, MSG, peanut, other nut, rice, sugar, or
sodium potential allergens are present.
• Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) and Transmis-
sible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE) are not a con-
cern with CO-1214, Lauryl/Myristyl Alcohol.
• At the low vacuum (12-18 mmHg) and high tempera-
ture (up to 550 degF) at which our process operates, we
do not believe that microbiological activities exist.
Shelf life is affected by how a product is stored. P&G
Chemicals has conducted extensive stability study tests for
our NF Fatty Alcohols. For this reason, P&G Chemicals only
provides shelf life for NF Alcoho