DMF is a transparent liquid, a chemical that is miscible with water and most organic solvents. DMF is also known as dimethylformamide. Dmf is very hygrometric and can be mixed with water, alcohol, ether, ester, ketone, unsaturated hydrocarbon, and aromatic hydrocarbon, but does not dissolve with gasoline, alkane, cyclohexane, and other saturated hydrocarbons.
DMF is mainly used for producing, storing, and transporting leather, footwear, and textiles. Mildew protects and preserves food, cereals, fruits and vegetables, feed, and tobacco. In addition, some factories spray DMF on products or packaging for disinfection and mildew protection before exporting. If easily allergic after contact with skin can lead to skin eczema and burns.
DMF is stored in a cool, ventilated storage room. The temperature of the warehouse should not exceed 37℃. Keep the container sealed away from fire and heat sources. It should be stored separately from oxidants, reducing agents, halogens, etc., with explosion-proof lighting and ventilation facilities. Do not use mechanical equipment and tools that are prone to sparks.