Triethylene Glycol

Triethylene Glycol also known as Triglycol. It is the third members of a homologous series of dihydroxyalcohols, colorless liquid with a mild odor. TEG is produced in the Master Process by the direct hydration of ethylene oxide. TEG is co-produced with MEG and TEG.

Appearance Clear Colourless
TEG Content 99.2
DEG Content 0.5
PEG Content 0.25
Specific Gravity 1.124 – 1.126
Distillation Range @ 760 280-295
mm Hg 5-95 vol%
Water 0.1
Colour 25
Ash 50

Industry Uses :
Functional fluids (closed systems)
Functional fluids (open systems)
Processing aids, specific to petroleum production
Solvents (for cleaning or degreasing)

Consumer Uses :
Anti-Freeze and De-icing Products
Automotive Care Products
Cleaning and Furnishing Care Products
Fabric, Textile, and Leather Products not covered elsewhere
Fuels and Related Products
Lubricants and Greases
Paints and Coatings
Personal Care Products
Plastic and Rubber Products

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