What is an ethylene glycol freezing point chart?


Ethylene glycol is a water based solution that has varying freezing points depending on the percentage of ethylene glycol in the solution. The ethylene glycol freezing point chart shows the percentage by volume of the ethylene glycol solution and the temperatures it freezes at in Celcius and Fahrenheit. For instance, ethylene glycol solution at 20 percent by volume will freeze at 14 degrees F and -8 degrees C.
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The freezing ( melting) point of ethylene glycol (1,2-ethanediol) is −12.9 °C (260 K or 9 °F)
Ethylene Glycol based water solutions are common in heat-transfer systems where the temperature in the heat transfer fluid can be below 32oF (0oC). Especially this is the situation
Ethylene glycol has a freezing
Polyethylene glycol is a polymer, so it can have varying weights, and the different weights have different melting/freezing points. The heavier it is, the higher the freezing/melting
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