What Are CPs?
About CPIA
Use and Benefits
What's New
Updates
Publications
Member Companies
Links
Contact CPIA
CPIA Home Page


Uses and Benefits of CPs

Chlorinated paraffins (CPs) have been widely used in industry throughout the world since their introduction nearly 40 years ago. CPs are needed where chemical stability is highly desired. The primary application of CPs is in industrial cutting fluids, particularly in the manufacture of automobiles and automobile parts. In addition to their use in cutting oils, CPs are also used in a lot of commercial paints, adhesives, sealant and caulks. The figure below provides an estimated breakdown on the different uses of CPs in the United States.

Last Reviewed - February 15, 2012


Chlorinated Paraffins Industry Association
1250 Connecticut Ave., NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-419-1500
info@regnet.com