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ArroChem’s Propylene Glycol Industrial Grade is a lower-purity chemical compound widely used in various industrial applications. It is a clear, colorless, and odorless liquid that serves as a versatile solvent, antifreeze, and heat transfer fluid. The Industrial Grade propylene glycol contains a lower purity level than standard commercial grades, making it suitable for products without direct contact to skin or mucous membranes, such as many industrial processes.

General Characteristics:


Ionic Nature:

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Flash Point:     

Specific Gravity:   


Clear, colorless liquid


Completely Soluble

>100°C (212°F) (closed cup)

~1.036 g/cm³ at 20°C (68°F)


Propylene Glycol Industrial Grade finds extensive applications in various industries such as:

  • Antifreeze and Coolants: Used as a base fluid in antifreeze and coolant formulations for automotive and industrial cooling systems.
  • Heat Transfer Fluid: Employed as a heat transfer fluid in industrial processes and HVAC systems.
  • Solvent: Used as a solvent in chemical formulations and industrial cleaning products.
  • De-icing and Aircraft Ground Support: Used in de-icing solutions and aircraft ground support equipment.



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