Heat Transfer Fluids

Dibenzyltoluene (Heat Transfer Fluids) SRS602 is a good substitute for DBT, designed for heat transfer installations by fluid circulation. DBT is an excellent heat transfer fluids with a blend of dibenzyl toluene isomers, especially suitable for heating well-defined composition and the absence of detectable contaminants provides enhanced safety.

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Substance Identification

Synonyms Dibenzyltoluene | DBT
CAS 26898-17-9
HS.CODE 29029090.90
Molecular Formula C21H20
Moleclar Weight 272.3835

Application & Uses

  • Biodiesel
  • Chemical and plastics industry, heating and cooling circuits (barrel extruders)
  • Renewable energy, solar energy
  • Synthetic Fiber, spandex
  • Oil and gas processing

Features & Benefits

  1. an excellent alternative to Jarytherm DBT as a heat transfer fluid
  2. prominent thermal stability from -30°C~350°C
  3. nearly non-toxic and odorless, environmental friendly
  4. noncorrosive to equipment
  5. low viscosity and high thermal conductivity
  6. high boiling, flash, and auto-ignition points for a safer working environment

Sales Specification

Appearance clear liquid with yellowish and bluish variations
Acid number, mgKOH/g 0.05 max
Chlorine content, mg/kg 20 max
Temperature Range, °C -30~350
Water, mg/kg 200 max
Density, °C, g/m3 1.02~1.10
Flash Point, °C 200 min
Kinematic viscosity(40℃) 20 mm2/s max
Purity by GC 98% min


  • Iron Drum, 200kg net each

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GHS Hazard Statements

There is currently no available data for this product, click to view GHS Classification and Labelling by UNECE.


  • do not store in direct sunlight
  • keep away from heat, sparks and open flame
  • keep containers closed when not in use
  • store at ambient temperature and atmospheric pressure
  • use care in handling/storage


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