Tri – Ethylene Glycol (TEG) Supplier and Manufacturer

Tri – Ethylene Glycol (TEG)

Description


TEG is commonly used for dewatering applications due to their ability to absorb water (hygroscopic liquid) and commonly used to remove water from gas streams, which significantly reduces the risk of hydrate formation. In addition glycol can be used to remove existing hydrate deposits within a system. 

Characteristic and Property

Physical Appearance : The Material shall be a transparent liquid, free from visible impurities.
Miscibility with Water…………………………………………………………Should be miscible in all proportions
Specific Gravity at 20 °C / 20 °C…………………………………………..1.12 - 1.13
Distillation, percent by volume :
(a) Up to 275 °C……………………………………………………………2 (Maximum)
(b) Up to 300 °C……………………………………………………………98 (Minimum)
Acidity as Acetic acid, percent weight…………………………………0.05 (Maximum)
by weight
Water Content, percent by volume…………………………………….0.5 (Maximum)
Note: Detailed specifications which includes performance test are available on request. 

Advantages

If used properly it helps in drying the gas to the desired limits. It has also the advantage of getting regenerated just by heating where by librating the entrapped water. 

Toxicity and Handling

It can be stored in closed containers away from direct sunlight at ambient temperature. During handling, direct contact with human body is to be avoided. Safety goggles and gloves are recommended for safe handling.

Packaging and Storage

Products can be supplied in 200 liter drums and as per buyer requirement.
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