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D40 (White Spirit)


10 litres . . . £98.66 +vat

25 litres . . . £135.52 +vat

200 litres . . . £553.30 +vat

Prices include delivery to Mainland UK.

Trade only: For sale only to companies registered in the UK. We do not ship to private addresses.



D40 (White spirit grade 3) is a colourless liquid ideal for use as a paint thinner, brush cleaner and solvent cleaner, due to its high solvency strength and quick drying properties.

White spirit is immiscible with water and it is also a flammable liquid so it must be handled with care.

Note: This oil has not borne excise duty and may not be used as heating fuel, motor fuel or additive or extender to motor fuel.

Safety Data Sheet
D40 – White Spirit CAS 64742-48-9

Additional information


10 Litre Poly, 25 Litre Poly, 200 Litre Drum

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Our skills are right across our core areas of Contract Manufacturing, Toll Blending and Solvent Recycling, including: technical, manufacturing, warehousing and logistics. This is all underpinned with a strong belief in quality management, great service, the importance of confidentiality and a genuine care for our impact on the environment.

“Following a factory fire, the original client needed a new manufacturing plant – and fast – for the manufacture of domestic / retail wood treatment products. This emergency response was a complex project due to the low flashpoint of the products and the need to produce a retail-quality product.”
“An existing client wanted to upgrade one of their UK based facilities that provided chemicals in bulk for the food and brewing sectors, but needed to continue servicing their clients while the engineering work was underway.”
“The client is a manufacturer of silicone base ingredients for use in cosmetics and industrial applications, but its headquarters are not based in the UK and its UK plant is not conducive to the manufacture of highly flammable materials.”
“The client prints designs on t-shirts and uses a liquid conditioner to cure inks within the printing process. The original supplier of the conditioner (and manufacturer of the equipment) was overseas and the local agent ceased supply to the UK, resulting in a cost and continuity issue, so the brief from the client was to develop an alternative liquid”