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Aromatics & Hydrocarbons

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D40 is a hydrocarbon solvent that de-aromatised mineral spirits. The solvent is very pure and barely has any smell; this makes it a great general refiner. Moreover, instead of using typical white spirit, this solvent could be used to substitute it. If you're looking for a safer and more environmentally-friendly alternative to white spirit, then D40 may be just what you need. D40 is a high-quality solvent that can be used in place of traditional solvents like white spirit for a wide range of applications.

One of the main advantages of using D40 is that it is much less toxic than white spirit. While white spirit can cause irritation and even serious health problems if inhaled or absorbed through the skin, D40 is much safer to use. This means that it is better for both the health of the user and the environment.

Another advantage of using D40 is that it is much more effective at cleaning than white spirit. This means that you can get better results with less product, which can save you both time and money in the long run. In addition, D40 is less volatile than white spirit, which means that it evaporates more slowly and is less likely to cause fires or explosions.

D40 is an acceptable substitute for white spirit.

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Since its establishment of Rebain Netherlands in 2003, we operate as a customer-oriented company with high commitment towards all of our business partners. As a European and dutch chemicals supplier we are closely connected to all the chemicals (solvents) producers in Europe

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