Ethylene Glycol

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Ethylene Glycol (General Use)

Ethylene Glycol (General Use)


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Buy high quality ethylene glycol here at ReAgent, where we go the extra mile to ensure your business needs are fulfilled. We've been spearheading the chemical manufacturing industry for almost 50 years' experience, making ReAgent one of the leading chemical suppliers in the UK.

ReAgent supplies ethylene glycol in various sizes to meet your needs. We also offer great discounts on bulk orders. All our products come with 100% quality guarantee and are usually shipped within 24 hours after purchase. The sizes that we supply ethylene glycol in are:

  • 2.5L
  • 25L containers
  • 200L drums

How is Ethylene Glycol is Used?

Also known as mono-ethylene glycol, this compound is most commonly used as the main ingredient in antifreeze because it lowers the freezing point of water. Ethylene glycol prevents the formation of ice crystals in water by interfering with hydrogen bonds, making it difficult for water molecules to bind. Interestingly, pure ethylene glycol freezes at -12°C. However, when dissolved in water, it can remain liquid at much lower temperatures. For example, a 60% solution freezes at -45°C.

Industrial Uses

Industrially, ethylene glycol is mainly used in the manufacture of polyester fibres and polyethylene terephthalate resins for plastic bottles. A second common application is in the natural gas industry as a desiccant to eliminate water vapour from natural gas. This compound is able to prevent the formation of natural gas hydrates in long pipelines transporting the gas from its source to a processing plant.

Once it's no longer needed, ethylene glycol can be removed from the gas and recycled for further use. This method requires high quality ethylene glycol solutions (at least 95%), but lower concentrations can be used to simply decrease the temperature at which these hydrates can form.

Household Uses

In terms of household uses, ethylene glycol is a popular coolant liquid in many types of equipment, including air conditioning. However, in most cases it's not ideal for car coolant systems. This is because it has a significantly lower specific heat capacity compared to water, which means more liquid is required to maintain the same temperature.

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ReAgent has been an established chemical manufacturer for almost 50 years. During that period, we've built an enviable reputation for high quality products and excellent customer service. Simply contact us for further information or free technical advice. We're one of the leading ethylene glycol suppliers and are happy to help you with your needs.