This product is designed to be used as an additive in all gas-treated amine solutions to reduce the formation of oxidative degradation products, such as heat-stable salts. It is a patent-pending blend of ethyleneamines formulated to reduce oxidation degradation in all gas-treated amine products. It has proven successful in reducing total amine degradation in operating amine systems.

Supplied By: Huntsman Petrochemicals LLC

Product Code: Q06700

Regional Availability: Canada

Functions: Solvent

End Uses: Gas Treating Systems

Features: Low Corrosion, Reduced Solvent Degradation

    Enhanced TDS

    Identification & Functionality

    Features & Benefits

    Industrial Additives Features
    Key Features
    • Reduces damage to gas treating amines due to oxygen ingress or excessive heat
    • Decreases formation of heat stable salts and amine degradation byproducts
    • Maintains amine strength through reduced solvent degradation
    • Lower corrosion rate due to reduction in heat stable salts

    Applications & Uses

    Industrial Additives End Use
    Product Application and Usage Information
    • JEFFTREAT® AO-832 is a patent pending blend of ethyleneamines, formulated to reduce oxidation degradation in all gas treating amine products.
    • Dosage rate for JEFFTREAT® AO-832 is dependant on oxygen ingress rate to the amine system and other operating parameters of the plant.
    • Initial treatment of JEFFTREAT® AO-832 is required for all systems and is dependent on inlet gas oxygen content, total system volume and operating conditions of the amine unit.
    • Injection of JEFFTREAT® AO-832 should be done on a continuous basis using a metering pump designed for chemical injection.
    • JEFFTREAT® AO-832 has proven to be successful in reducing total amine degradation in operating amine systems.


    Physical Form

    Regulatory & Compliance

    Chemical Inventories

    Safety & Health

    Toxicity and Safety Information
    • Because of the fragility of eye tissue, almost any eye contact with any ethyleneamine may cause irreparable damage, even blindness.
    • A single, short exposure to ethyleneamines, may cause severe skin burns, while a single, prolonged exposure may result in the material being absorbed through the skin in harmful amounts.
    • Exposures have caused allergic skin reactions in some individuals. Single dose oral toxicity of ethyleneamines is low. The oral LD50 for rats is in the range of 1000 to 4500 mg/kg for the ethyleneamines.
    • The principal hazards that arise in working with ethyleneamines are those associated with similar organic amines; namely, a corrosive action on skin and eyes.
    • Precautions should be taken to prevent contact with these parts of the body such as by use of protective clothing and chemical goggles. If contact occurs, immediately flush the exposed area with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.
    • Eye exposures should be examined by a physician.
    • Contaminated clothing should be laundered before reuse.
    • If ingestion occurs, do not induce vomiting. Have the individual drink a large amount of water (or milk, if it is readily available) and transport them to a medical facility immediately.

    Packaging & Availability

    Packaging Type
    Regional Availability
    • Canada
    Packaging Information

    JEFFTREAT® AO-832 is available in drums, of 450 pounds (205 kilograms) net weight.

    Storage & Handling

    Storage and Handling Information
    • JEFFTREAT® AO-832 may be satisfactorily stored in carbon steel tanks using steel pipes and pumps.
    • For longer term color stability, it is recommended that the product be stored under an inert atmosphere in type 304 or 316 stainless steel tanks.
    • Low pressure steam coils in storage tanks and steam tracing of transfer lines should be provided in cases where low environmental temperatures may make pumping of the product.
    • difficult. Minimum temperature for pumping and injection of JEFFTREAT® AO-832 is 5 degrees C (41 Degrees F).