Aniline

A Useful Chemical Intermediate for Agricultural, Pharmaceutical, and Specialty Applications

Aniline (also known as phenylamine or aminobenzene; C₆H₅NH₂), is a colorless, oily liquid. Most of the world’s aniline production goes into the manufacture of methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI), ch is then used to produce rigid polyurethane foams used as insulators in freezers, refrigerators, and buildings.

Aniline is also used in rubber-processing chemicals, agricultural intermediates, dyes, pigments, pharmaceutical chemicals, and specialty organic fibers.

Direct Licensing of Chemours Aniline

Chemours aniline technology is now available through direct licensing. Secure shipping and delivery options for customers seeking large quantities are available via truck, rail, barge, and ship.