Corrosion Inhibited GlycolWhat kind or Propylene glycol is this?
This propylene glycol contains a corrosion inhibitor. The inhibited glycol product is a low hazard, propylene glycol based heat transfer fluid concentrate for use in closed water systems. It is commonly dilute with water to provide freeze protection. For food and beverage facilities that desire corrosion protection in your process waters, you must use a USP grade Inhibited Propylene Glycol. USP grades of Inhibited Glycol are certified for use in food facilities where the product may contact food. Make sure to purchase the correct Propylene Glycol Antifreeze. If you need help call email us at sales@ChemWorld.com or visit our Glycol antifreeze page.
What metals does this product protect against corrosion?
The product corrosion inhibitor package provides an effective combination of inhibitors for steel, cast iron, copper, cupric alloys, and aluminum. It is designed to be used in systems requiring freeze protection. Deionized water solutions of this product can be made to meet specifications or you may use to use softened water or good city water. It all depends on how critical your application is.
What are the Inhibited Propylene Glycol properties?
This product may be ordered in a clear appearance or with a pink industrial fluorescence.The product weighs 481 pounds per drum. Refer to the dilution our PG freeze chart to determine freeze point.
Where can I buy prediluted mixtures of Propylene Glycol?
You may choose to purchase pre-diluted mixtures of Propylene Glycol, but remeber you are paying for water and are shipping water. Here is what we can do for you to save money dilute the product yourself and save. One 55 gallon drum costs $900.00. This product will ship out of Atlanta, Denver, or Ohio. The equation is there is roughly 2 gallons of inhibitor per 55 gallon container when it is blended. This will provide corrosion protect to a 20% dilution ratio.
For a 40% solution, it will make a total of 137.5 gallons of 40% solution of Corrosion Inhibited Propylene Glycol. That is a cost of $6.55 per gallon at 40% solution or $32.75 per 5 gallon pail if you are mixing it yourself.