Propylene Glycol Industrial Grade is a clear liquid with a slight glycol odor. It has medium viscosity, low vapor pressure, and low toxicity. Propylene Glycol supplied by CORECHEM may be derived from vegetable glycerin (biobased) or crude oil. Learn more about biobased Propylene Glycol on our blog.
CORECHEM is a supplier/distributor of Propylene Glycol in bulk package sizes. Buy Propylene Glycol in cases, pails, drums, totes, and bulk.
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Propylene Glycol Industrial Grade is used in a variety of antifreeze applications, including de-icing of aircraft, as a heat transfer fluid in water-based hydronic systems, as an automotive antifreeze, and for winterization of plumbing systems. Propylene is preferred to Ethylene for many antifreeze applications due to its low toxicity and environmental friendliness. It is also used as a feedstock material for the production of polymers, as well as many varied applications as a solvent, carrier, intermediate, humectant, preservative, for creating theatrical smoke/fog, etc. This product is designed for use in industrial applications and should not be used in food and drug applications.
Use caution when handling or transferring this product. Do not get in the eyes, on the skin, or on clothing. Do not taste or swallow. Do not breathe mist or vapor. Use only with adequate ventilation. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place away from incompatible materials. Transfer and storage systems should be compatible. Observe good industrial hygiene practices. Please see Propylene Glycol Safety Data Sheet for full safety and compatibility information.
This material is not regulated as a hazardous material for transport by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
CORECHEM is a supplier/distributor of Propylene Glycol Industrial Grade. It is available in 4X1 gallon cases, 5-gallon carboys, 15, 30, and 55-gallon drums, 275 and 330-gallon totes, and full bulk tankers.