Monoethylene glycol (CAS 107-21-1)

Monoethylene glycol is mainly used to make polyester, polyester resin, thinner, plasticizer, surfactant, synthetic fiber, cosmetics and explosives.

Monoethylene glycol can also be used as a paint/ink solvent, engine antifreeze, dehydrating agent. In addition, ethylene glycol can be used to make synthetic resin PET, fiber grade PET (polyfiber) and mineral water bottle chip grade PET.

Monoethylene glycol It can also be used to make hydramine resin, surfactant, oxalaldehyde and explosive. Furthermore, ethylene glycol can be used as an antifreeze.

Monoethylene glycol (TDS)

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Product Description

Uses of monoethylene

Use as intermediate, Additive, technological aid, in mixtures. Used in coatings and paints, cleaning agents, used as a lubricant, functional fluid, heat transfer fluid and hydraulic fluid, de-icing and anti-icing agent and more.

health hazard skin irritation Classification of monoethylene:
H302 Harmful if swallowed
H373 May damage organs through prolonged or repeated exposure

Storage and transport conditions
Monoethylene glycol concentrate should be stored in closed original packaging in dry, unheated ventilated rooms. Expiry date – 60 months from the date of manufacture. The material can be transported in vehicles covered by any means of transport in accordance with the rules for the carriage of goods for this type of transport.

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