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Why is Butylene Glycol More Toxic Than Propylene Glycol


Why is Butylene Glycol More Toxic Than Propylene Glycol:

Both butylene glycol and propylene glycol have certain toxicity. Although they will not cause direct harm to the human body, they can cause irritation and discomfort if they come into contact with the skin or eyes.
Butylene glycol is widely used in industry, mainly in the manufacture of polyester resin and polyurethane. Polyester resin is an important engineering plastic that is widely used in the manufacture of automobiles, electrical appliances, building materials, etc. Polyurethane is a multifunctional material with excellent insulation, wear resistance and aging resistance. It is widely used in insulation materials, furniture, sports equipment and other fields.
Butylene glycol is highly toxic. If you accidentally eat or inhale butylene glycol, it may cause serious harm to the human body and even be life-threatening.
Therefore, when using butylene glycol and propylene glycol, operating procedures must be strictly followed and safety must be paid attention to. At the same time, maintain good ventilation and avoid prolonged contact with skin or eyes to avoid discomfort.

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