Black Phenyl Manufacturing

Black Phenyl is an emulsion of light creosote oil and water with soap. Creosote oil contains carbolic acid, creosol and other homologues of phenol which exert the necessary germicidal powder Adequate incorporation of creosote oil or further addition of ph

Course FeesRs. 5,500.00

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Black Phenyl is an emulsion of light creosote oil and water with soap. Creosote oil contains carbolic acid, creosol and other homologues of phenol which exert the necessary germicidal powder Adequate incorporation of creosote oil or further addition of phenol or cresylic acid or other anti septic chemicals is essential to conform to the carbolic coefficient required for the product. Apart from possessing the correct germicidal strength, phenyl should stand without separation for any length, whether exposed or not when poured into water it should readily disperse without stirring. It should form a thick milky white emulsion when sufficiently diluted. This is how an ordinary buyer would generally judge the quality of this disinfectant. Phenyl apart from its use in household, hotels, and restaurants, kitchens, bathrooms, and drain lines is used in considerable quantities by institutions such as hospitals, nursing homes, dispensaries and municipalities.