Propylene glycol, 99.8%, USP, Kosher
Synonyms: 1,2-Propanediol; 1,2-Dihydroxypropane; Methylethylene glycol; Trimethyl glycol; 1,2-Propylene glycol; monopropylene glycol; propane-1,2-diol; alpha-propyleneglycol; dowfrost; PG 12; sirlene; solar winter ban; Propanediol
Uses: Organic synthesis;antifreeze solution;solvent for fats,oils,waxes,resins; hygroscopic agnet;coolant in refrigeration systems;plasticizers;hydraulic fluids;textile conditioners.
Old Product Code: L020
Colorless,viscoud\s,stable,hygroscopic liquid,practicaly odorless and tasteless;combustible;nontoxic. Our Warning! We have not tested every formulation or suggested use that we list. This list is strictly for informational purposes and a guideline. This information is provided without warranty of any kind or fitness for a particular use or purpose. You are encouraged to conduct your own tests. Read all labels and MSDS Sheets. Activator Solution For Humidors Typically a 50/50 solution of propylene glycol and distilled water is used. When making smaller quantities a simple volume measurement can be used. For the real sticklers in the crowd, when making larger solutions please keep in mind that propylene glycol is slightly heavier than water. Propylene Glycol is 8.61 pounds per gallon while water is 8.34 pounds per gallon. Therefore mixing 1 gallon of Propylene Glycol with 1 Gallon of water will give a 51% solution of propylene glycol. The freight cost for 55 gallon drum will be calculated based on your zip code and we will contact you with a freight quote prior to shipment Use restrictions:
Cannot be used in tobacco, cat food products, or in any application to produce Theatrical Fog.