• Botanical Name: Pinus species
  • CAS No.: 8006-64-2
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Natural Turpentine oil presents itself as a transparent, inflammable liquid, possessing a strong scent and a bitter flavor. It exhibits immiscibility with water and boasts a boiling point surpassing 150°C.

Primarily, its utilization occurs following additional refinement. Typically, a process of fractional distillation is employed to separate the sought-after compounds (chiefly alpha-pinene and beta-pinene), which are subsequently converted into derivatives that enhance their value.

Pure turpentine oil uses:

  • Turpentine oil finds primary application in its unaltered state, often serving as a solvent for paints and varnishes, or fulfilling the role of a cleansing agent.
  • Its derivatives, of considerable importance, find widespread application in the creation of fragrances, flavors, vitamins, and polyterpene resins. This forms the cornerstone of a sizable and expanding chemical sector.
  • Among these derivatives, a notable example is synthetic pine oil, stemming from turpentine oil, and extensively utilized in disinfectants, cleaning agents, and products emanating a distinct ‘pine’ aroma.
  • Numerous other derivatives, such as isobornyl acetate, camphor, linalool, citral, citronellol, citronellal, and menthol, are employed either in their pure forms or as key components in the crafting of diverse fragrance and flavor compounds.
  • Certain lesser constituents of turpentine oil, including anethole, find application in fragrance or flavor contexts without necessitating chemical alteration.

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Weight 0.25 kg


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