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TEXTILE INDUSTRIES
Polyester & Nylon Chips

Polyester & Nylon Yarn
High Tenacity Industrial Yarns
Spun Yarns

Polyester & Viscose Fiber
Belting Fabrics
Tyre Cord Fabrics

BOTTLE INDUSTRIES
Polyester Chips

POLYMERS
PE, PP, PVC, POM, EVA, ABS
FOOD INDUSTRIES
Spices
Dry Fruits


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MONO ETHYLENE GLYCOL (MEG)

We are importing Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) from different origins and catering our customers in following sectors:

Θ Automobile Industry
Θ Textiles Industry
Θ Pharmaceuticals Industry
Θ Electronic Industry

Mono Ethylene glycols play a significant role in industry due to their wide range of applications, such as:

• Polyester Resins
• Antifreeze and Coolants
• Gas Dehydration & Treating
• Chemical Intermediates
• Heat Transfer Fluids
• Solvents
• Other Applications

Mono Ethylene glycol (MEG) is an important raw material for industrial applications. A primary use of MEG is in the manufacture of polyester (PET) resins, films and fibers. In addition, MEG is important in the production of antifreezes, coolants, aircraft anti-icer and deicers and solvents.

Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) can be used for applications that require chemical intermediates for resins, solvent couplers, freezing point depression, solvents, humectants and chemical intermediates.

These applications are vital to the manufacture of a wide range of products, including resins; deicing fluids; heat transfer fluids; automotive antifreeze and coolants; water-based adhesives, latex paints and asphalt emulsions; electrolytic capacitors; textile fibers; paper and leather.

Physical Properties of Mono Ethylene Glycol

Properties

Scientific

Common

Auto ignition Temperature

427°C

801°F

Critical Pressure

8,200 kPa

61,505 mm Hg

Critical Specific Volume

0.191 L/gmol

3.06 ft3/lbmol

Critical Temperature

446.85°C

836.33°F

Dielectric Constant at 25°C

37.7

37.7

Electrical Conductivity at 20°C

1.07 x 10-6 mhos/cm

1.07 micromhos/cm

Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate = 1)

0.01

0.01

Flash Point, Closed Cup
(Pensky-Martens Closed Cup ASTM D93)

126.7°C

260°F

Flash Point, Open Cup
(Cleveland Open Cup ASTM D92)

137.8°C

280°F

Heat of Combustion at 25°C

-1,053 kJ/gmol

-7,297 Btu/lb

Heat of Formation at 25°C

-460 kJ/gmol

-3,188 Btu/lb

Heat of Fusion

9.96 kJ/gmol

69 Btu/lb

Heat of Vaporization at 1 atm

53.2 kJ/gmol

369 Btu/lb

Molecular Weight

62.07 g/mol

62.07 g/mol

Normal Boiling Point

197.1°C

386.8°F

Δ BP/Δ P (750 to 770 mm Hg)

0.337°C/kPa

0.045°C/mm Hg

Normal Freezing Point

-13°C

8.6°F

Onset of Initial Decomposition

240°C

464°F

Refractive Index, nD, at 25°C

1.4306

1.4306

Solubility in Water at 20°C

100 wt%

100 wt%

Solubility of Water in EG at 20°C

100 wt%

100 wt%

Specific Gravity (20/20°C)

1.1153

1.1153

Δ Specific Gravity/Δ T(10 to 40°C)

0.00070 per °C

0.00039 per °F

Surface Tension at 25°C

48.0 mN/m

48.0 dynes/cm

Vapor Density (air = 1)

2.1

2.1

Vapor Pressure at 20°C

0.0075 kPa

0.06 mm Hg

CHARACTERISTICS (MEG)   

APPLICATIONS/USES

Chemical Intermediate for Resins

Polyester resins
(fibers, containers and films)
Resin esters as plasticizers
(adhesives, lacquers and enamels)
Alkyd-type resins
(synthetic rubbers, adhesives, surface coatings)

Solvent Coupler

Stabilizer against gel formation
Freezing Point Depression
Deicing fluids (aircraft, runway)
Heat transfer fluids (gas compressors, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, process chillers, ice rinks)
All-weather automotive antifreeze and coolants
Water-based formulations
(adhesives, latex paints, asphalt emulsions)

Solvent

Medium for suspending conductive salt in electrolytic capacitors

Humectants

Textile fibers
Paper
Leather
Adhesives
Glue

Chemical Intermediate

Solvents

We can offer MEG in following Packing

Ξ  Plastic Drums
Ξ  Flexi Bags
Ξ  Bulk

 
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