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ArroChem’s Dipropylene Glycol LO is a type of dipropylene glycol with a lower odor comparatively. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a mild, nearly odorless scent threshold. Similar to standard Dipropylene Glycol, DPG LO is widely used as a versatile solvent and carrier in various industrial, commercial, and personal care applications due to its excellent solvency, low volatility, and hygroscopic properties.

General Characteristics:

Appearance:

Ionic Nature:  

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Specific Gravity:             

Clear, colorless liquid

Non-ionic

Completely soluble

~1.018 - 1.025 g/cm³ at 25°C

Application:

Dipropylene Glycol LO finds a wide range of applications in various industries and products, including:

  • Industrial Solvent: Used as a solvent in paints, coatings, inks, and adhesives to improve their viscosity and dispersion properties.
  • Homecare and Cleaning Products: Utilized in household cleaners, detergents, and air fresheners as a solvent and stabilizer.
  • Chemical Manufacturing: Serves as a reaction medium and solvent in various chemical processes.
  • Thermofluids and Heat Transfer: Used in heat transfer and thermofluid systems due to its low freezing point and high boiling point.

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