Ethylene Glycol (sometimes referred to as EG or monoethylene glycol) is a clear, syrupy, odorless and colorless process glycol used typically in a low temperature separation (refrigeration) process system. It is used to remove natural gas liquids (condensates) with very low temperatures from suspension in the gas stream.
Ethylene Glycol is added to the gas stream prior to its exposure to sub-freezing temperatures as it acts as hydrate inhibitor, ensuring that any water vapor present does not freeze throughout the exchanger, JT unit or propane chiller. It can also be used as the primary component of anti-freeze blends in motor vehicles and aircraft de-icing fluids.
Temperature Range: -40°C to 120°C
Color: Water-White (Clear)