Monoethylene glycol

Monoethylene glycol is one of the main raw materials for polyethylene terephthalate (PET resin). It is widely used for automotive antifreeze solutions because the freezing point is low, toxicity is low, and it is completely miscible in water.
CAS: No. 107-21-1
EINECS: No. 203-473-3
Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 2-230
Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No. 3 (water-soluble liquid).

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Characteristics

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Ethylene glycol is viscous at room temperature. It is colorless, odorless, and sweet-tasting. It is miscible in water in all ratios.

Common Names Monoethylene glycol, ethylene glycol
Cas No.

107-21-1

EINECES

203-473-3

Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law

2-230

Japan, Fire Services Law

Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.3 (water-soluble liquid).

Formula

C2H6O2

Structure
Flash Point (℃)

120 (airtight)

Autoignition Temperature (℃)

404

Melting Point (℃)

-13

Boiling Point (℃)

197.6

Flammability Range (vol%)

3.2~15.3

Applications

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Polyethylene terephthalate, polyester, PET bottles, antifreeze solutions

Usage Regulations

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Applicable Laws: Japan, Fire Service Law

Available volume specifications

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Tanker truckload (lorry), drum, oil can, ship (bulk).

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