Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
We offer a complete product range of Tri Ethylene Glycol, Mono Ethylene Glycol and Perchloroethylene- Perc
We Offer tri Ethylene Glycol. TEG is produced as a byproduct in the manufacture of MEG. TEG is a colourless liquid with a high boiling point. It is most hygroscopic in nature, amongst Mono & Diethylene Glycols. TEG is miscible with water, alcohol , ether , acetone but is insoluble in benzene and its homologues. TEG is a stable non corrosive chemical with a high flash point. TEG finds end use in Natural Gas Dehydration , Plasticizers , Conditioning agents etc. At normal temperature and pressure , TEG can be easily transported in Mild steel tankers , internally coated with an epoxy paint. Similarly, TEG can be stored in MS containers lined with baked phenolic resin / air drying epoxy phenolic resin or vinyl resin. It is advisable to store TEG in a cool , dry place with good ventilation - away from heat, sparks or flames. Care should be taken to prevent TEG from mixing with strong acids , bases and oxidising materials. APPLICATIONS : 1. Natural Gas Dehydration: Hygroscopic nature of TEG is put to use in dehydration of natural gas. TEG is contacted counter currently with natural gas in a packed or bubble tray to remove moisture from natural gas. TEG is subsequently regenerated for reuse by stripping it of its water content. 2. 2. Plasticizer:TEG can be effectively used as a plastisizer for Vinyls, nitro cellulose, safety glasses. Diesters of TEG gives good low temperature properties and smooth film finishes. 3. Conditioning Agent The affinity of TEG for water is used advantageously in the manufacture of adhesives or pastes to eliminate shrinkage, curling and brittleness. SPECIFICATION : Property Unit Specifications 1 Appearance - Clear Colourless 2 TEG Content Wt % min 99.2 3 DEG Content Wt. % max. 0.5 4 PEG Content Wt. % max. 0.25 5 Specific Gravity @20/20 Deg C 1.124 - 1.126 6 Distillation Range @ 760 mm Hg 5-95 vol% Deg C 280-295 7 Water Wt. % max. 0.1 8 Colour Pt-Co Units max. 25 9 Ash Wt.ppm Max. 50
We Offer Mono ethylene Glycol (MEG) is a colorless, virtually odorless and slightly viscous liquid. It is miscible with water, alcohols, aldehydes and many organic compounds. MEG will not dissolve rubber, cellulose acetate or heavy vegetable and petroleum oils. MEG has a low volatility and it is 50% more hygroscopic than glycerol at room temperature.Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) is the most widely used chemical from the Glycol family. It is an essential raw material for Polyester fibres and Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) polymer. MEG based products are also used as coolants in Automobile antifreeze, resins, humectants for / paper etc. MEG can be transported in Epoxy coated MS tankers. It can be stored in MS containers lined with baked phenolic resin / air drying epoxy phenolic resin or vinyl resin. It is advisable to store MEG in a cool, dry place with good ventilation - away from heat, sparks or flames. APPLICATIONS: 1. Polyester Mono Ethylene Glycol is an essential raw material for Polyester. Ethylene Glycol reacts with PTA / DMT to produce polyester. 2. Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings Mono Ethylene Glycol and D-Ethylene Glycol is used in latex based paint formulation. These glycols are also used to produce acrylate and methacrylate resins for coatings, adhesives, and paints. 3. Alkyd Resins for Paints and Coatings Mono Ethylene Glycol is used as a reactant in the manufacture of Alkyd resins which are used in Paints, enamels and varnishes. 4. Antifreeze Ethylene Glycol (MEG) is used as an active ingredient in engine coolants and antifreeze, offering benefits including a high boiling point, low vapor pressure, excellent heat transfer abilities, and the ability to depress the freezing point of water. 5. Others A) Dyes & Inks MEG finds applications in products like Dyes & Inks for High speed printing. B) Humectants Glycols being hygroscopic in nature are also used as Humectants for , paper etc.
We Offer Perchloroethylene (also called PERC) is a man-made chemical which colorless, nonflammable liquid. The largest user of PERC is the dry cleaning industry. It accounts for 80% to 85% of all dry cleaning fluid used. Textile mills, chlorofluorocarbon producers, vapor degreasing and metal cleaning operations, and makers of rubber coatings also use PERC. It can be added to aerosol formulations, solvent soaps, printing inks, adhesives, sealants, polishes, lubricants, and silicones. Typewriter correction fluid and shoe polish are among the consumer products that can contain PERC. Perchloroethylene evaporates when exposed to air. It dissolves only slightly when mixed with water. It is also used for degreasing metal parts and in manufacturing other chemicals. Tetrachloroethene is found in consumer products, including some paint and spot removers, water repellents, brake and wood cleaners, glues, and suede protectors. Other names for tetrachloroethene include PERC, tetrachloroethylene, perchloroethylene, and PCE. Perchloroethylene has become the most widely used dry cleaning solvent in the world, essentially because of its efficient solvency, ease of recycling, and the available technology that allows for safe handling. Benefits of perchloroethylene solvent include: A heavier specific gravity than water to provide increased mechanical agitation during the wash cycle Low viscosity and low surface tension to enhance penetration of fibers Quick evaporation, leaving no residue or odors Superior recyclability Safe for fabrics and dyes commonly found in the fashion industry These solvents are nonflammable and have neither flash point nor a fire point. And since zoning ordinances are often less restrictive when using nonflammable solvents.