Foundries that use triethylamine (TEA) will need amine scrubbers, but those that use dimethylethylamine (DMEA) will not, Stone said.
What does DMEA stand for?
DMEA stands for dimethylethylamine
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This tertiary amine catalyst has a curing efficiency exceeding triethylamine (TEA) and similar to that achieved using dimethylethylamine catalysts.
With some changes in corebox design, blowing and venting techniques and sand adjustments, plus a new gas, dimethylethylamine (DMEA) that reduced the curing time by a factor of three, the coldbox coremaking system began to attract foundry industry attention.