Glycol

Crude glycol is the initial, unpurified product obtained from the production process of ethylene or propylene glycol, primarily serving as a feedstock for further refining and purification. Once refined, one of the primary products is Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG), which is extensively used in antifreeze formulations, as a solvent, and as a key ingredient in the production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics, commonly used for beverage bottles and packaging materials. Di Ethylene Glycol (DEG), a byproduct of MEG production, finds its applications in the manufacture of unsaturated polyester resins, plasticizers, and as a solvent in the paint and plastics industries. Tri Ethylene Glycol (TEG) is another byproduct, predominantly used as a dehydrating agent for natural gas, a humectant in the tobacco industry, and in certain air sanitizer products. Together, these compounds play pivotal roles in various industrial and consumer applications, showcasing the versatility of glycol derivatives

Triethylene Glycol Teg

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Packaging Details230 kg Drum
Physical StateLiquid
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Synonymstriglycol, TEG
ColorTransparent
Country of OriginMade in India

Triethylene Glycol Teg is a fundamental component in a variety of industrial and consumer applications.

Crude Ethylene Glycol

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Purity %99%
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Packaging Details230 kg Drum
Usage/ApplicationCoolant
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 230 Kg

Crude Glycol is the raw glycol which is distilled to extract Mono ethylene Glycol MEG , Di ethylene Glycol DEG & Tri ethylene Glycol TEG which is then used in various industrial application like Resin manufacturing , Paint and coolant manufacturing etc

Crude Monoethylene Glycol

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Purity %>99%
Usage/ApplicationRaw material for antifreeze, Production of polyester fibers, Coolant
SynonymsMonoethylene glycol
Physical StateLiquid

Minimum order quantity: 10 Kg

Crude glycol refers to a mixture of different types of glycols that are produced as a by-product of the ethylene oxide and propylene oxide manufacturing processes. It typically contains various impurities, such as water, alcohols, and other organic compounds. Crude glycol is typically purified and refined to produce different grades of glycols, such as monoethylene glycol (MEG), diethylene glycol (DEG), and triethylene glycol (TEG), which are widely used in various industries.

Monoethylene Glycol - Meg

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Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Packaging Details230 kg Drum
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Physical StateLiquid
SynonymsMonoethylene glycol

Minimum order quantity: 230 Kg

Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) is a fundamental component in a variety of industrial and consumer applications. Its primary use is in antifreeze formulations for automotive and industrial cooling systems, where it acts to lower the freezing point of the coolant, ensuring efficient operation in both cold and warm temperatures. Beyond its role in antifreeze, MEG serves as an essential raw material in the production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics and fibers. PET plastics, derived from MEG, are ubiquitously used in beverage bottles, food packaging, and textiles. Additionally, due to its hygroscopic nature and ability to mix well with water, MEG finds utility as a solvent in various industries, including those focused on paints and plastics. Its properties also make it a preferred choice as a deicing solution for aircraft and runways, ensuring safety during icy conditions. In essence, the multifaceted applications of Monoethylene Glycol underscore its significance in modern industrial processes and everyday produc

Diethylene Glycol Deg

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Purity %98%
Packaging Details230 kg Drum
Physical StateLiquid
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Usage/ApplicationAntifreeze and Dyes

Diethylene Glycol (DEG) is a colorless, almost odorless, and hygroscopic liquid that is a byproduct formed during the production of mono ethylene glycol (MEG) from ethylene oxide. One of its primary applications is in the manufacture of unsaturated polyester resins, which are integral to the production of various plastics, putties, and surface coatings. Additionally, DEG serves as a plasticizer, enhancing flexibility in certain products to make them more pliable. Its hygroscopic nature also makes it a valuable component in the formulation of brake fluids, printing inks, and as a solvent for dyes and resins. Furthermore, due to its humectant properties, DEG is used in the tobacco industry and in the production of some adhesives. Its versatility underscores its importance in various industrial applications.

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