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Dibasic Esters (DBEs) Test Results


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CAS Nos. Known as dibasic esters (DBEs), dimethyl adipate (DMA, CAS No. 627-93-0). dimethyl glutarate (DMG, CAS No. 1119-40-0) and dimethyl succinate (DMS, CAS No. 106-65-0) are component chemicals of solvent mixtures used in paint stripper formulations that are sold to the general public. All three DBEs are usually present in commercial paint stripper formulations, although their relative proportion may vary. Fifteen (15) percent of 1996 DBE sales in the U.S. were for consumer paint strippers; the remaining DBE sales were for industrial uses, including use in hand cleaner formulations (about one percent of sales).

Solicitation of Testing Proposals for Enforceable Testing Agreement (NCO)
60 FR 15143; March 22, 1995

Notices
61 FR 67332; December 20, 1996/Notice of Public Meeting

Project Manager: George Semeniuk

Branch Chief: Frank Kover

Status: Awaiting further action.

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