Formaldehyde, polymers with branched nonylphenol, ethylene oxide and propylene oxide , CAS # 69011-27-4, 63428-92-2, 193562-40-2, 153795-76-7

This polyols have different degree of functionality depending on the degree of polymerization. Most of the applications for these polyols are as crosslinkable surfactants for coatings. Functionality in most cases between 3 to 6.
Regulatory Inventory
CAS REGISTRY NUMBER # 69011-27-4, 63428-92-2, 193562-40-2, 153795-76-7 NAME : Formaldehyde, polymer with methyloxirane, nonylphenol and oxirane 
DSL Canada Yes
EINECS Europe (>1 <4.5 mol PO) NLP No. 500-128-1 Yes NLP
ENCS Japan   No
ECL Korea ECL Serial No. KE-17164 Yes
AICS Australia Yes
The fact that a compound is not listed under a specific CAS # in a countries inventory does not mean this compound cannot be used, it can be an exempt compound or a polymer which does not require listing, or it can be listed in a different category. Ask your supplier.
Other names:
Methyl oxirane, oxirane, 4-nonylphenol, formaldehyde polymer, Methyloxirane, oxirane, p-nonylphenol, formaldehyde polymer, p-Nonylphenol, formaldehyde copolymer, ethoxylated and propoxylated, p-Nonylphenol-formaldehyde resin, copolymer with ethylene oxide and propylene oxide, p-Nonylphenol-formaldehyde, copolymer with ethylene oxide and propylene oxide
Commercial Products or generic terms used for products. For manufacturer see Polyether MFCT.
Most manufacturer use either MW or Hydroxyl number as a part of their code to identify products.

Color codes indicates what methods of identification was used.

Molecular weight
Hydroxyl number
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Some of these product names might not be commercial anymore, the product names still might be in old formulations

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July 06, 2006

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