Our Trichloroethylene (TCE) is not naturally acquired from the environment. It looks like a pale blue color, non-flammable liquid that has sweet fragrance and it easily evaporates. It is commonly used for metals for surface finishing process or degreasing. This chemical may be found in paint, type writer correction fluid, metal cleaners, varnishes, spot removers and carpet cleaning fluids. Also, it is highly effective and available at affordable prices. Commonly utilized as an industrial solvent, Trichloroethylene (C2HCl3) chemical compound is a chlorinated hydrocarbon.
It should not be confused with very much alike 1,1,1-trichloroethane, which is known as chlorothene. Industrial abbreviations cover TCE, Trike, trichlor, Tricky and tri. And the IUPAC name is trichloroethene. Under the trade names Trilene and Trimar, Trichloroethylene was utilized as a volatile anesthetic, and as an inhaled obstetrical analgesic in patients.