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Polyethylene glycol

Polyethylene glycols are obtained by mixing unpurified glycol fractions formed in the ethylene glycol production process. It is a mixture of monoethylene glycols (MEG), diethylene glycols (DEG), triethylene glycols (TEG), tetraethylene glycols and a small amount of other glycols.


Polyethylene glycol is used for manufacturing antifreeze fluids and for increasing the viscosity of specialised liquids.


Parameters Unit Value Testing method
Glycol content min. % (m/m) 90 ASTM E 2409
Sum of water content and ash residues,
% (m/m) 10 PN-ISO 760
PN-EN ISO 6245
Relative density at 20oC (d20/20) 1.12 - 1.18 ASTM D 4052

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