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Trichloroethylene (TCE, ≥99.5% Purity, ACS & Lab Grade)

Trichloroethylene ≥99.5% Lab Grade | Prices From $66+

Buy Trichloroethylene ≥99.5% Lab Grade Online | Prices, Sizes And Quantities Of Trichloroethylene ≥99.5% Lab Grade For Sale And In Stock | 500ml $66 | 6 x 500mL Case $326 | 1 Liter $110 | 4 x 1 Liter Case $361 | 1 Gallon $220 | 4 x 1 Gallon Case $722 | 4 Liters $242 | 4 x 4 Liters Case $795 | 5 Gallons $836 | 55 Gallons $5720 | CAS: 79-01-6 | Chemical Formula: C2HCl3 | PubChem CID: 6575 | UN Number: 1710

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Buy Trichloroethylene ≥99.5% ACS Grade Online | Prices, Sizes And Quantities Of Trichloroethylene ≥99.5% ACS Grade For Sale And In Stock | 500ml $62 | 6 x 500ml Case $305 | 1 Liter $121 | 4 x 1 Liter Case $397 | 4 Liters $262 | 4 x 4 Liters Case $859 | 5 Gallons $836 | CAS: 79-01-6 | Chemical Formula: C2HCl3 | PubChem CID: 6575

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Review the details, description and product details so that you can order the right type of Trichloroethylene (TCE, ≥99.5% Purity, ACS & Lab Grade) for common household uses, scientific and industrial applications. Synonyms and alternate names for Trichloroethylene (TCE, ≥99.5% Purity, ACS & Lab Grade)​ are listed for reference. Lab Alley sells a wide range of brands, grades, percentages, qualities and purities. Chemical safety, hazards and handling information is provided. Read ratings and reviews from customers that have bought Trichloroethylene (TCE, ≥99.5% Purity, ACS & Lab Grade)​ online at

In 2022, chemical substances ordered online at are frequently used in the United States in daily life in homes and households for cleaning and sanitizing. Common chemical compounds supplied by Lab Alley are used in research and production the pharmaceutical industry, in academic chemistry laboratories, in school science classes for experiments, in industrial applications, in agriculture (agrichemicals), and for botanical and herbal extraction. They are used to make, process and preserve food products, at water treatment plants, for ingredients used to produce cosmetics, for organic farming, to control and kill pests (pesticides) and in manufacturing consumer products and goods.

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Trichloroethylene Product Summary

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  • Trichloroethylene Products Ship Within In 1-2 Business Days
  • Industrial Solvent Uses, Cleaning Products, Organic Material Extraction And For Cleaning Aluminum
  • CAS Registry Number 79-01-6
  • Formula C2HCl3
Shown here is the structural formula of the chemical compound trichloroethene (C2HCl3)


How To Order Trichloroethylene

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Lab Alley is a leading supplier, wholesaler and distributor of various grades (ACS Grade and Lab Grade) of Trichloroethylene (≥99.5%) to the industrial market place in the USA.

Trichloroethylene is a man-made chemical that does not occur naturally in the environment. The Trichlorethylene CAS Registry Number is 79-01-6. Download the Trichloroethylene SDS, here.

Watch a video on YouTube to learn more about Trichloroethylene, here. Trichloroethylene is a halogenated solvent used for solvent cleaning.

The molar mass is 131.4 g/mol, the boiling point is 189°F (87.2°C), the density is 1.46 g/cm³, the IUPAC ID is Trichloroethene and the formula is C2HCl3. It is soluble in water. Trichloroethylene is a synthetic, light sensitive, volatile, colorless, liquid that is miscible with many non-polar organic solventsSynonyms for Trichloroethylene include Ethylene Trichloride, TCE and Trichloroethene.

Trichloroethylene Prices

You can buy lab grade Trichloroethylene in 500ml bottles ($66), 1 liter bottles ($110), 4 liter bottles ($242), 5 gallon pails ($836) and in bulk 55 gallon drums ($5,720) online, here.

Order ACS grade Trichloroethylene in 500ml bottles ($62) and 4 liter bottles ($262) online in the United States, here.  These Trichloroethylene products ship within 1-2 business days.

How Lab Alley Brand Trichloroethylene Products Are Used

Trichloroethylene is best known for its use as a solvent for cleaning and degreasing metal parts. However, it has had numerous other uses, including as an anaesthetic, a heat-transfer medium, an extraction agent for fats and oils, as an intermediate in producing chlorofluorocarbons and other chemicals, and as an ingredient in many products for industrial and consumer use.

Trichloroethylene is used for cleaning products, household products, such as cleaning wipes, aerosol cleaning products, tool cleaners, paint removers, spray adhesives, and carpet cleaners and spot removers. TCE historically has been used in many industries, e.g., dry cleaning, textile, electronics, leather, and rubber. Commercial dry cleaners also use trichloroethylene as a spot remover. Review a list of products made with trichloroethylene, here.

Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a volatile, colorless liquid organic chemical. TCE does not occur naturally and is created by chemical synthesis. It is used primarily to make refrigerants and other hydrofluorocarbons and as a degreasing solvent for metal equipment. Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a non-flammable liquid with a chloroform-like sweet smell that is used as an industrial solvent for degreasing metal parts during the manufacturing process. Trichloroethylene is used to study of the corrosion of aluminum by using inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy.

In homes, trichloroethylene can be found in typewriter correction fluid, paint, spot removers, carpet-cleaning fluids, metal cleaners, and varnishes. Trichloroethylene also is known as trichloroethene, and is commonly referred to as TCE. Regulation of TCE by the EPA began in the 1980s.

Trichloroethylene is an effective solvent for a variety of organic materials. When it was first widely produced in the 1920s, trichloroethylene's major use was to extract vegetable oils from plant materials such as soy, coconut, and palm. Other uses in the food industry included coffee decaffeination and the preparation of flavoring extracts from hops and spices. It has also been used for removing residual water in the production of 100% ethanol.

Trichloroethylene Safety

Trichloroethylene in drinking water is common. It can enter drinking water through leaks, evaporation and spills from industrial storage tanks. Trichloroethylene is measured in parts per billion (ppb). The federal government has established the safe drinking water standard (also called maximum contaminant level) for trichloroethylene as 5 ppb. 

Trichloroethylene side effects are listed, here. Effects of combined exposure to trichloroethylene and alcohol on mental capacity are summarized, here

Trichloroethylene can be harmful to the body and the human health effects are listed, here. Trichloroethylene a hazardous substance and may cause irritation to the eyes and skin. Acute (short-term) exposure to trichloroethylene vapors can cause central nervous system (CNS) effects.