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PANA (N-Phenyl-1-Naphthylamine) is used in jet engine lubricants, both for commercial and military uses. It is also used in turbine oils and miscellaneous lubricants and greases. Small quantities are used to make polymers which are then used in lubricants, as well as for consumption in the rubber industry.

Sulfanilic acid is used as an intermediate to make higher value-added products. Industrial applications for sulfanilic acid include its use as an intermediate for the production of paper brighteners and concrete plasticizers. NFC’s pure grade of sulfanilic acid is also used to make food dyes and pharmaceuticals.

 

PANA

N-Phenyl-1-Naphthylamine (US Production)
Bulk, molten
Cast
Flake
PANA – Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
PANA – European SDS
PANA – Specifications

 

Sulfanilic Acid

Technical Grade (US Production)
Appearance – light gray powder
Purity – 98.5% minimum
Aniline – 0.5% maximum
Alkali Insolubles – 0.1% maximum
Sulfanilic Acid, Technical – Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Sulfanilic Acid, Technical – European SDS

Sulfanilic Acid, Technical – Specifications

 

Sulfanilic Acid

Pure Grade (US Production)
Appearance – white powder
Purity – 99.5% minimum
Aniline – 0.1% maximum
Alkali Insolubles – 0.1% maximum
Sulfanilic Acid, Pure – Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Sulfanilic Acid, Pure – European SDS

Sulfanilic Acid, Pure – Specifications

 

Sodium Sulfanilate

(US Production)
Appearance – off-white powder
Purity – 99.0% minimum
Aniline – 0.1% maximum
Alkali Insolubles – 0.1% maximum
Sodium Sulfanilate – Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Sodium Sulfanilate – Specifications

 

Sodium Sulfanilate Solution

(US Production)
Appearance – clear, slight amber liquid
Strength – 34%
Sodium Sulfanilate Solution – Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Sodium Sulfanilate Solution – Specifications

 

Smoke Dyes

(US Production)
Solvent Yellow 33
Solvent Green 3
Solvent Red 111 (Disperse Red 9)
1,4-Diamino-2,3-dihydroanthraquinone