Mono Ethylene Glycol
Mono Ethylene Glycol Overview:
Mono Ethylene Glycol, also known as MEG, is the most frequently used chemical when talking about the Glycol family. It serves as a crucial raw material for Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) polymer as well as Polyster Fibers. This chemical compound can break down in air in nearly ten days and in soil or water in about a few weeks. 

Hailed as the simplest and most common industrially important glycol, Mono Ethylene glycol (also called Glycol or Ethylene glycol) in its purest form is a colorless, virtually odorless and slightly viscous liquid with a sweet taste. And it will not dissolve rubber, cellulose acetate or heavy vegetable and petroleum oils, has a low volatility and it is 50% more hygroscopic than glycerol at room temperature.

It is a colorless and odorless liquid that possesses syrup-like consistency. The uses of Mono Ethylene Glycol range from packaging and clothing to kitchenware and engine coolants. Besides, the chemical compound is also used in variety of other things such as carpets, upholstery, pillows, polyester, fleece fabrics and food containers. 

Owing to the humectant property of Mono Ethylene Glycol, it is also used in treatment of fibers, adhesives, paper, leather, printing inks and cellophane. However, the chief use of Mono Ethylene Glycol is as antifreeze coolant for car antifreeze. 

It is utilized for cooling the plane, car and all other automobiles. Having lower freezing point, Mono Ethylene Glycol is anti freeze and is usually utilized in air conditioning since the chemical effectively works below the freezing point of 0 C. The chemical, when mixed with water, depresses waters freezing point. The color of Mono Ethylene Glycol antifreeze can be blue, green or it can be colorless as well, based on the additives. 

When deep sea gas pipelines are uncovered to tremendous cold and when corrosion or salt water attacks the pipelines, Mono Ethylene Glycol is added into these pipelines in the form of anticorrosion or antifreeze agent. 

To experience long-lasing results, the chemical compound is kept free of unwanted components and substances. Before MEG can be introduced into the pipelines to depress the freezing point, it is mixed with the natural gas, so as to avert any blockages that occur because of hydrates and also to accomplish enhanced corrosion protection. 

Once the pipelines under the sea are uncovered to surrounding temperature above freezing point, the significant importance of Mono Ethylene Glycol as antifreeze can be easily seen. However, as Mono Ethylene Glycol gets contaminated after coming in contact with salt water as well as other particles of corrosion, its quality depreciates. 

Manufacturers:
We are the best & leading Mono Ethylene Glycol Manufacturers; it lowers the freeze point of water significantly, allows radiator coolants to flow in winter conditions and also increases the boiling point in water based coolants, allowing engines to operate at higher temperature ranges.

In addition, it is very cost effective for it reduces freeze points more readily than other glycols.

Mono Ethylene Glycol Suppliers & Mono Ethylene Glycol Exporters
choice organics is a leading mono ethylene glycol suppliers & mono ethylene glycol exporters that are extensively used in various industrial sectors for different applications. 100 % pure and not contaminated from any kind of extraneous material, the product is packed in high quality packaging material ensuring that they are not infected by impure elements.

Physical Properties:
  • Chemical Formula: C2H6O2 
  • Color: Colorless & Clear
  • Odour: Odorless
  • Relative Density: 1.115 @ 20C
  • Molecular Weight: 62.07 g/mole
  • Melting Point: 8.67 F (-12.96 C)
  • Boiling Point: 197.4C
  • Water Solubility: Miscible in Water
  • pH: 6-7.5 (diluted@100q/1)
Uses:
It  is an important dehydrating agent and an industrial solvent

Used in the production of polyester, Polyester Fibres, Resins & Films, and Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) polymer and antifreeze solutions.

Used extensively in the heat transfer, chemical and polyester industries.

As coolants, it is used in automobile anti-freeze, aircraft anti-icer & deicers and humectants for tobacco and paper, etc

Used as a critical fluid in radiator coolant antifreeze formulations.

It is used in the manufacture of a wide variety of products including Deicing fluids, Heat transfer fluids, Automotive antifreeze and coolants & Water-based adhesives

Storage and Handling:

Storage:
It should be stored and shipped in stainless steel tanks (or in ordinary steel drums/tanks with epoxy resin coating) to avoid iron contamination. 

An inert gas (nitrogen) blanketing should be maintained to avoid contact of it with oxygen which is a main course of U.V. deterioration.

Handling:

It should be handled only by competent people wearing suitable PPE (personal protective equipment)

It should be kept at a safe distance from children and animals as well as heat or naked flame

Risks & Safety:

Risks:
Overexposure through improper storage, handling or use could lead to serious health risks.

Safety:
It is not considered to be a health hazard when handled under normal industry conditions. 

It has a relatively low degree of acute and chronic oral toxicity and the average fatal dose is 100 ml for adults. 

It is only slightly irritating to the eyes and skin.

We are best in Mono Ethylene Glycol Manufacturers, Mono Ethylene Glycol Suppliers & Mono Ethylene Glycol Exporters of giving the best & standard quality that meets all your requirements.

Other applications of Mono Ethylene Glycol:
Apart from being used as a coolant, antifreeze, adhesives or in textiles or for packaging, Mono Ethylene Glycol has diverse other applications, including the ones mentioned below:

Furnishings:
MEG is used to manufacture furniture products such as cushions and upholstery. The constant development in this fiber domain has paved way for an amazing opportunity.

Alkyd Resins for Coatings and Paints:
Mono Ethylene Glycol is utilized as a reactant during the manufacture of Alkyd resins that are used in varnishes, paints as well as enamels.

Dyes:
Due to MEGs ability to attract water, it can be found in dyes and inks used for high speed printing.

Humectants:
Owing to the attribute of Mono Ethylene Glycol of being hygroscopic in nature, it can be used as humectants for paper and tobacco.

Being credible suppliers of fine chemicals, we run a trusted and emerging company based at Hyderabad and Mumbai. Whether you need Mono Ethylene Glycol in bulk or in limited quantity, we can effectively and timely cater to your needs, providing quality chemical compound.

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