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Alpha Pinene & Beta Pinene

Alpha Pinene & Beta Pinene
Alpha Pinene & Beta Pinene
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Product Code : SSTC-20
Brand Name : SHRI SAI
Product Description

The most important Alpha Pinene is an organic compound, which is used in the composition of essential oil rosemary, orange oil, eucalyptus, etc. Under the observation of our experts, this pinene is stringently processed by making use of quality assured compounds and modern processing techniques. In order to meet defined industry standards, we test this pinene on certain parameters of quality and offers in various packaging options. Further, we provide this Alpha Pinene at market leading prices.


  • Accurate composition

  • Safe to use

  • No side effect

  • Long shelf life


Turpentine is a semi-fluid substance consisting of two principal components, spirits of turpentine (volatile portion also known as oil of turpentine or turps ) and a type of rosin (nonvolatile portion also known as colophony). Turpentine is exuded from coniferous trees. The crude turpentine is distilled through steam into commercial turpentine, oil of turpentine. The pure turpentine oil is a transparent oily liquid with a penetrating odor and a characteristic taste. Turpentine is not a pure substance but a complex mixture of terpenes, particularly large proportion of pinene (bicyclic monoterpenic hydrocarbon), a compound from which camphor is manufactured. Terpene is a class of naturally occurring unsaturated hydrocarbons whose carbon skeletons are composed exclusively of isoprene C5 units (CH2=C(CH3)-CH=CH2), consisting of five carbon atoms attached to eight hydrogen atoms (C5H8). The stepwise distillation with water and carbonates yields terpenes. The most abundant monoterpene is pinene. There are two isomerers called alpha (or beta) pinene. The alpha form boils at 156-160 C, and of the beta form boils at 164-169C. It is used as solvents for paints, coatings and wax formulations. It is used as an intermediate for resins and for camphor, menthol, campholenic aldehyde and terpineol. It is used as lube-oil additives. Myrcene,one of   the most important chemicals used in the perfumery industry, is obtained from beta-Pinene through pyrolysis.