Beta Pinene (CAS 127-91-3-98)

Products & Informations

Beta-Pinene and alpha-Pinene are found naturally in the Turpentine oil of pine trees. According to the different species of pinus, there is a difference in the contents of beta-Pinene. beta-Pinene appears light yellow liquid with a pine-like woody odor. It is industrially separated from turpentine oil on the rectification tower. The refined beta-Pinene is the original ingredient of fragrance raw materials. It can also be used in daily chemicals formulation.

The application of hot tearing to Myrcene is used as synthetic raw materials of Linalool, Geraniol, Nerol, Myrac aldehyde, Lyral, Ambergris and other flavors. Refined beta-Pinene can be used as the flavor of daily chemicals, and control the contents less than 2%.


1. used as the raw material of synthetic Myrcene.
2. used to prepare Myrcene by heat cracking in order to synthesize Linalool, Geraniol, Nerol, Myrac aldehyde, Lyral, Ambergris and other flavors
3. used as flavor in daily chemicals or other industry applications

Toxicological Information

LD50 oral, rat 5g/kg min
LD50 dermal, rabbit 5g/kg min



  • containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept upright to prevent leakage
  • keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place
  • store in cool place
GHS Hazard Statements
H-Code H226/304/315/317
P-Code P210/233/240/241/242/243/280/264/261/272
Response P303+P361+P353 P370+P378 P301+P310 P331 P302+P352 P321 P332+P313 P362+P364 P333+P313
Storage P403+P235 P405
Disposal P501

S-phrases: S16 | R-phrases: R10


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