Ethylene & Polypropylene Glycol

For induction chillers, we recommend using a combination of Ethylene Glycol and distilled water. The Ethylene Glycol and Polypropylene Glycol that we offer can also be used for applications other than induction chillers.

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Advantages of Industrial Grade Ethylene Glycol 

An Industrial Grade Ethylene Glycol mixture in your chiller offers the following advantages:

  • Lubricates the pump
  • Increases chiller longevity
  • Keeps water in the system from freezing
  • Increases cooling efficiency
  • Helps keep debris in the system to a minimum

Why you need Ethylene Glycol for your Chillers

Induction Coil problems can often be traced back to clogs and “bad” water, resulting in:

  • Underheated parts
  • Induction coil overheating
  • Damage to the induction coil

Supplier Recommended Concentrations

Indoor Chiller and Process

  • 30% Glycol
  • 70% Water
  • -15°C / 5°F Freeze Protection*
  • -29°C / -20°F Burst Protection

Outdoor Chiller / Low-Temperature System

  • 50% Glycol
  • 50% Water
  • -37°C / -35°F Freeze Protection*
  • -51°C / -60°F Burst Protection


* Figures based on the performance of GDTS “K-Kool-E” brand of Ethylene Glycol, with an operating set point above 40°F. 

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