Propylene Glycol Based Coolant Antifreeze (Low Toxic)
Propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze (low toxic), used as an industrial coolant, antifreeze heat transfer agent.
also referred as poly propylene glycol – antifreeze agent / coolant (ppg)
propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze are low-toxic and food grade.
propylene glycol based antifreeze agent / coolant are also available in premixed or ready to use solutions, that do not require addition of dm water.
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|Applications ||breweries & distilleries, beverages & juices, packaged food freezing, canneries & preservers, pharmaceutical & bulk drugs, fish processing units, poultry processing industry, , heating and cooling systems, snow melting and refrigeration, cold storage systems, ice skating rinks, vegetable oil industry, ice manufacturer |
|Specification ||chemical type ||propylene glycol |
|form ||liquid |
|appearance ||clear, colorless liquid |
|assay as (ho-ch2ch2(oh)-ch3) ||99. 95% |
|solubility ||completely soluble in water |
|Storage Protocols ||the storage temperature of propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze agent is not critical, in that there will be no hazardous conditions created by storage of this product at any ambiance temperature likely to be encountered. Propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze agent should be noted however for product quality reasons the storage temperature should not go above 40oc. At below freezing temperatures propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze viscosity might become too high for transfer from the storage containers with the pumps available. |
|propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze agent is a stable chemical and is not expected to deteriorate significantly with time provided it is stored as indicated. As a good industrial practice, it is however recommended that propylene glycol based coolant antifreeze agent should not be stored for periods longer than 6 months. |
|bulk tanks should be of hdpe, non-rusted stainless steel or mild steel. Hoses should be of polypropylene or ss. |
|drums should be stored in dry conditions away from sources of direct heat, preferable in the unopened original containers. Opened drums must be re-lid tightly immediately after drawing out material |