Gum Turpentine

Other name: Oleum Terebinthinae, Turpentine Oil
Category: Fragrances and aroma chemicals
CAS No: 8006-64-2
EC NO: 232-350-7
Synonyms: Dipanol; Kautschin; Oil of turpentine; Oil of turpentine, distillation residue; Pinene, all isomers; Spirits of turpentine; Sulfate turpentine; Erpene; Turpentine Oil; Turpentine (wood); Gum Turpentine.

Technical Specification (For gum turpentine from pinus merkusii and pinus massoniana)                                                  

Appearance Clear, transparent white, no water, no sediments
Specific Gravity Max r204 0.855~0,870
Dioptre N20D 1.4650~1.4750
Initial Distilled Point Min. 150°C min.
Volume of Distilled Liquid,  170°C 90% min.
Acid Value Max. mgKOH/g 0.5 max
Residue 2.5% Max (m/m)
Pinene content Alpha Pinene 56%min -60%max
Beta Pinene 1% min-6%max.



Used in solvent, medicinal elixir, added to many cleaning and sanitary products due to its antiseptic properties and its “clean scent”.


In 20’ ISO tank (app 25.00CBM), IBC (app 1.10CBM) or in plastic drum as customer’ requirements.


(Stored in Stolt-Nielsen’s ISO tank)


(Stored in Bulkhaul’s ISO tank)


The technical standards are formulated and revised by customers’ requirement and us, if there are any changes, the latest specification will be executed and confirmed.