Dietilenoglicol – DEG

CAS Number:
Other Trading Names:
• 22′-Oxybis(ethan-1-ol) .
• 2-(2-Hydroxyethoxy)ethan-1-ol
• Diethylene Glycol
• Ethylene Diglycol
• 2,2′-Oxybisethanol .
• 2,2′-Oxydiethanol
• 3-Oxa-1,5-Pentanediol .
• Dihydroxy Diethyl Ether
Types of Packaging
• Steel drums with 200 kg weight capacity per drum.
•  IBC drum with 1000 kg weight capacity per drum.
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Dietilenoglicol – DEG is an organic compound. It is a very useful chemical compound which is industrially produced from the partial hydrolysis of ethylene oxide. It is
categorised as a poisonous chemical and its chemical formula is C4H1003. It is a water-soluble liquid.
Chemical Appearance
Dietilenoglicol – DEG has the appearance of a colourless liquid. It is an odourless compound. Diethylene Glycol is a hygroscopic liquid. It has a sweetish taste. It is soluble in water, alcohol, ether, acetone, and ethylene glycol.
Chemical Applications and Strengths
Dietilenoglicol – DEG or Diethylene Glycol is an extremely useful chemical compound and therefore, has many industrial applications. Its main applications and strengths are:
• Dietilenoglicol – DEG is most commonly used as a solvent. This application is effective for resins, dyes, oils, and other organic compounds.
• It is utilised in the manufacturing of unsaturated and saturated polyester resins.
• It is quite essential for the production of widely used polyurethanes. • It is also applicable for use in the making of plasticisers in the plastics industries. It is used as a plasticiser for cork
• It serves as a key component in organic synthesis of products such as morpholine and 1,4-dioxane.
• It is employed as a humectant for tobacco, cork, printing ink, and glue.
• It is also a significant component of brake fluid, lubricants, wallpaper strippers, artificial fog and haze solutions, and heating or cooking fuels..
• It is found essentially in personal care products such as skin creams, lotions, and deodorants etc.
• Diethylene Glycol is often replaced by specific diethylene glycol ethers.
• The dilute solution of Diethylene Glycol can also be used as a cryoprotectant
• A certain amount of Diethylene Glycol is present as a product of ethylene glycol production in ethylene glycol antifreeze.
• It is commonly expended in the large-scale production of antifreeze, brake fluids and cigarettes.
• It serves as a dehydrating agent for natural gas.
• It is largely consumed by the textile industry as a textile lubricant and coupling agent. It is also used as a solvent in textile dyeing and printing.
• It is an important constituent of hydraulic fluids.
• It functions as plasticiser in the paper industry for the production of paper.
. It is utilised as a raw material for the production of esters used as emulsifiers, demulsifiers, and lubricants.
. It is also used as a selective solvent for aromatics in petroleum refining.
and synthetic sponges.

Dietilenoglicol – DEG

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