In addition to the Thimerosal USP / BP / EP, we produce a large number of molecules that result from complex organic synthesis routes, with their main application in the chemical and pharmochemical industry.

Synonym: Urea – Hydrogen Peroxide.
CAS 124-43-6
Molecular Formula: C H4 N2 O . H2 O2
Molar Mass: 94.07 g/mol
Code HS:
Aspect: white crystalline powder.
Melting Point:
Solubility: very soluble in water
Danger Symbol: O, C
R 8-34
S 17-26-36/37-39-45
Uses: Hydrogen Peroxide solid form, relatively stable

CAS 4419-92-5
Molecular Formula: C11 H18 N O3
Molar Mass: 211.26
Aspect: white crystalline powder.
Melting Point: 101°C
Solubility: very soluble in water
Danger Symbol: X
R 22-36/38
S 24/25/26-28-36/37-39

CAS 2174-16-5
Molecular Formula: C13 H21 N O6
Molar Mass: 287.32
Code HS:
Aspect: viscous yellowish liquid.
Melting Point:
Solubility: very soluble in water
Danger Symbol: X
R 22-36/38
S 24/25/26-28-36/37/39

The secret of octoates:

Neutral color, mild odor and great stability and allow for high metal concentrations in products that maintain significant quality uniformity. Octoates are metal salts of 2–Ethylhexanoic acid solved in mineral turpentine and other solvents adequate to the different uses. They represent a significant step ahead from the today “historic” linoleates, talates y naphthenate due to ample advantages of color, odor, stability, viscosity and prices. Moreover, they are more cost-effective than those of salts derived from other synthetic acids.


Drying agents for paintings and inks.
Catalysts for polyester resins.
Stabilizers for PVC.
Lubricant additives.
Fuel additives.
Special catalysts.
Wood preservers.
Rubber additives.


They are generally used as cross-catalysts in polymerizations, as agents in maturing reactions and as stabilizers in different processes and chemical products.

General uses:

  • Primary dyes in glass and ceramic tiles (especially Iron, Cobalt and Chromium Acetilacetonates)
  • As stabilizers in PVC (Calcium, Copper and Zinc Acetonates)
  • In acrylic and adhesives (Aluminium and Zinc Acetilacetonates)
  • Epoxy resins
  • Polyurethanes
  • Paintings
  • Ink pigments
  • Fuels
  • Polimerization, oligomerization and y trans-esterification of olefins
  • Silicone rubbers
  • Pesticides (Copper Acetilacetonate)