Propylene Glycol, 60% in DI Water
Propylene Glycol is a derivative of propyl alcohol with the chemical name Propane 1,2-diol. Propylene Glycol is naturally hygroscopic (water absorber) and appears as a colorless viscous liquid at room temperature. It is often added to water for lowering its freezing point. The optimal Propylene Glycol to DI Water concentration is 60/40 and the resultant solution has a considerably lower freezing point (-48 o C) than the pure ethylene glycol or water. Lab Alley is selling its high- quality products online in the United States of America (USA). In commercial and industrial applications, Lab Alley’s Propylene Glycol, 60%, In DI Water is highly useful.
- Anti-freeze additive
- Heat transfer agent
- Corrosion inhibitor
Please contact us to request a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Propylene Glycol 60% in DI Water.