Ethylene Glycol, Industrial Grade, Liquid, 510 lb Drum

$484.52
$0.95 / LB
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Drum  (510 lbs)
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Ethylene Glycol, in its pure form, is an odorless, colorless liquid with a sweet taste. It is primarily used as a chemical intermediate for resins, solvent couplers, freezing point depression, solvents and humectants.
Product No. 102641
Supplier Univar Solutions
CAS Number 107-21-1,111-46-6

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Product Details

Grade
Technical
Form
Liquid
Prohibited Uses
Production or manufacture of tobacco products, Fire extinguishing sprinkler systems, Manufacture of munitions, Fluid for pressure testing of pipelines, Treatment of wood rot and fungus in marine applications, Chafing fuel for warming foods, Aerosol applications such as theater fogs, linen sprays, pepper sprays or air sanitizers, Deicer applications for use on roadways and pedestrian walkways, Manufacture and/or formulation of deicer of anti-icing products for use on aircraft or runways
Appearance
liquid
Auto Ignition Temperature
398 °C (748 °F)
Boiling Point
197.4 °C (387.3 °F)
California Prop 65
WARNING! This product can expose you to chemicals including 1,4-Dioxane, Acetaldehyde, which is/are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Ethylene glycol, which is/are known
Color
Clear, Colorless
Density
1.11 g/cm3 @ 20 °C (68 °F)
Dynamic Viscosity
19.83 - 21 mPa.s @ 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77 °F)
Evaporation Rate
0.01
Flash Point
111 - 116 °C (232 - 241 °F)
Kinematic Viscosity
145 mm2/s @ 25 °C (77 °F)
Lower Explosion Limit
1.8 %(V)
Melting Point
-13 - -11.2 °C (9 - 11.8 °F)
Odor
slight, sweet
Partition Coefficient
Pow: -1.36
pH
9
Relative Density
1.115 @ 20 °C (68 °F) Reference Material: (water = 1)
Relative Vapor Density
< 2.14 @ 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77 °F)
Solubility in Water
soluble
Upper Explosion Limit
22 %(V)
Vapor Pressure
< 1 hPa @ 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77 °F)

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