Methylene Chloride

Methylene Chloride is a colorless organic solvent with an odor similar to chloroform, which is used in the production of many other chemical products. It is a volatile and polar liquid and is not miscible with water. This compound is a derivative of methane in which chlorine is placed instead of two hydrogens and it is a polar solvent. To prepare Methylene Chloride, methane is reacted with chlorine gas. The reaction temperature should be higher than 400 °C to make the reaction easy. This chemical can also be produced through the reaction of chlorine gas with chloromethane.



The shelf life of Methylene Chloride is two years from the date of production. This material can be supplied either in bulk or in 260-liter metal drums with or without pallets.


  • Industrial solvent
  • Degreaser
  • Lubricant
  • Disinfection and cleaning of medical equipment without corrosion and damage to sensitive parts
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Water and wastewater treatment
  • Food industry

Other Names

  • Dichloromethane
  • Methylene dichloride
  • Solmethine
  •  Narkotil
  • Solaesthin
  • Di-clo
  • Refrigerant-30
  • Freon-30
  • R-30
  • DCM
  • MDC

Chemical Formula

  • CH2Cl2

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Boiling point 39.6 degrees Celsius
Vapor pressure 57 kPa at ambient temperature
Molecular mass 84 g/mol
Appearance Colorless liquid