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Dytek® BHMT

DYTEK® BHMT (bis-hexamethylene triamine) is a long chain triamine that is used as a binder in asphalt, as a phosphonate scavenger and flocculant in oil & gas applications, and as a hardener in epoxy coating and adhesive applications.

Brand: Dytek (16 products)

Chemical Name: Bis(hexamethylene)triamine

CAS Number: 143-23-7

Functions: Binder, Binder & Resin, Chelating Agent, Corrosion Inhibitor, Curing Agent, Emulsifier, Flocculant, Intermediate

Chemical Family: Amines

Synonyms: 1,13-Diamino-7-azatridecane, 7-Aza-1,13-tridecanediamine, BHMT, BHMT-HP, Bis(6-aminohexamethyl)amine, Bis(6-aminohexyl)amine, Bis(aminohexyl)amine, Dihexylenetriamine, Dihexyltriamine, N-(6-Aminohexyl)-1,6-hexanediamine, N1-(6-Aminohexyl)-1,6-hexanediamine, NSC 92231

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Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

CASE Ingredients Features

Applications & Uses

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Compatible Polymers & Resins
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Industrial Additives End Use
Epoxy Curatives

Epoxy resins cured with Dytek® amines have excellent properties for use in coatings, civil engineering, adhesives, marine, and composite applications.

Applications
  • Asphalt anti-stripping agents
  • Cationic emulsifying agents
  • Cationic collectors for ore flotation
  • Chelating agent
  • Corrosion and scale inhibitors
  • Curing agents for urethanes
  • Curing agents for epoxy resins
  • Flocculating agents
  • Wet strength paper resins
  • Polyurethane chain extender or catalyst
  • Polyamide resins for Adhesives, Films, Inks, Plastics, Wet strength paper resins
  • Epoxy curing agent
Liquid Anti-Strip Agents

Moisture causes many common pavement distresses such as potholes, raveling, and rutting. Moisture related damage in asphalt concrete occurs when water removes, or “strips”, the asphalt binder from aggregate surfaces. Scientists and engineers developed anti-strip technologies in response to this serious and expensive problem that greatly decreases pavement ride quality and the expected life span of our roadways.

Liquid Anti-strip agents are liquid chemical additives added to asphalt mix to increase the occurrence and strength of asphalt to aggregate adhesion, which mitigates stripping and the deterioration of the asphalt. Common liquid anti-strip additives based on amine chemistry include:

  • Ethylene amines
  • Polyamines
  • Fatty (tallow) amines
  • Amidoamines

Dytek® BHMT is among the best amine liquid anti-strip additives in prolonging the service life of asphalt

Properties

Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
6-Aminocaproamide Content1–3wt%-
Amine Value474-736mgKOH/g-
Bis(hexamethylene)triamine Content25–85wt%-
Boiling Point (100 mmHg with decomposition)249 (480)°C (°F)-
C10 Amines Content1-4wt%
Caprolactam Content3–5wt%-
Flash Point121 (250)°C (°F)Open Cup
Hexamethylenediamine Content1–3wt%-
Melting Point (Pure component)32–34 (90-93)°C (°F)-
Oligomeric Amines Content6–70wt%-
Specific Gravity0.93–0.97--
Vapor Pressure (at 180°C (356°F), Pure component)7mmHg-

Technical Details & Test Data

Dytek® BHMT - Prolonging the Service Life of Asphalt

Dytek® BHMT Extends The Life And Toughness Of Asphalt
Additives Description :

Control No LAS Additive
PEG Polyethylene Glycol
HMD Hexamtheylenediamine
TETA-OA TETA - Oleyl Amide
HMD-EO HMD - Ethylene Oxide adduct
TEA Triethanolamine
TETA Triethylenetetramine
TETA-DA TETA - Dioleyl Amide
Dytek® BHMT Bis(hexymethylene)triamine
TETA-EO TETA - Ethylene Oxide adduct

Measurements used to quantitatively describe the moisture damage on changes to adhesion and cohesion in an asphalt mix
 

TSR Tensile Strength Ratio Decrease in TSR => loss of cohesion │ softening by water
MR Resilient modulus High MR => increase in stiffness; may lead to poor fatigue life
Nw/ND Ratio of wet life to dry life a measure of the effectiveness of chemical in improving the service life of asphalt │ higher the value, better the performance
(TSR)2/MRR Toughness ratio Alternative to NW/ND │ larger value preferred

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Information
Tank truck Net Weight : 45,000/20,400 (lbs/kg)
Drums Net Weight : 400/181 (lbs/kg)