|Usage/Application||Food grade applications|
|Inhibited Propylene Glycol is used as an industrial coolant, antifreeze heat transfer agent. The inhibitor package has been formulated specifically to protect brass, solder, copper, steel, aluminum, cast iron, and other metals mainly found in the industrial cooling and heating systems.|
The effectiveness of Inhibited Propylene Glycol in preventing corrosion has been proven in extensive laboratory and in actual service tests. Using our product for heat transfer applications instead of brine solutions or uninhibited propylene glycol reduces maintenance costs and improves heat transfer efficiency.
Key Attributes and Benefits:
• Protects System Metallurgy
• Long Life of Fluid
• Better Heat Transfer efficiency
|Inhibited Ethylene Glycol is used as an industrial coolant, antifreeze heat transfer agent. The inhibitor package has been designed exclusively to protect brass, cast iron, copper, solder, steel, aluminum and other metals commonly found in the industrial cooling and heating systems. |
The effectiveness of Inhibited Ethylene Glycol in preventing corrosion has been proven in extensive laboratory and in actual service tests. Use of this product for heat transfer applications instead of brine solutions or uninhibited ethylene glycol helps in reducing maintenance costs and improves heat transfer efficiency.
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade|
|Packaging Type||HDPE jars|
|Assay||more than 95|
|Usage/Application||Food grade glycol|
|Chemtex Speciality Ltd's Propylene glycol antifreeze having molecular formula HO-CH2CH2(OH)-CH3 is mainly used as antifreeze for food grade applications. It is clear, colorless and practically odorless liquid completely soluble in water.|
Propylene Glycol Antifreeze is
• slightly soluble in aromatic hydrocarbon solvents
• slightly miscible with aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents.
|Application Category||Heat transfer fluid|
|Glycol Antifreeze is a class of organic compounds that are included in the alcohol family and are universally used as an antifreeze in automobile cooling systems and in the manufacturing of brake fluids.|
These glycol antifreeze are mainly of two types:
•Ethylene glycol based antifreeze
•Propylene glycol based antifreeze
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