Di Propylene Gylcol FR/ Technical Grade/ LO+

Di Propylene Gylcol FR/ Technical Grade

Dipropylene Glycol Regular Grade (DPG) is used as a reactive intermediate in the manufacturing of high-performance unsaturated polyester resins, polyurethanes and plasticizers. DPG from Dow has great solvency, a low evaporation rate, low toxicity, high viscosity and low odor, making it a chemical intermediate of choice for many applications, including:

  • High-volume plasticizer
  • Reactant in unsaturated polyurethane resins, adding flexibility and hydrolytic stability
  • Initiator in urethane polyols, and as the polyol itself in some rigid polyurethane systems
  • Reactive diluents in radiation-cured resins and coatings, cutting viscosity and enabling easier application

Other effective uses of DPG are:

  • Hydraulic brake fluid formulations
  • Cutting oils
  • Textile lubricants
  • Printing inks
  • Coatings
  • Industrial soaps
  • Solvents for agricultural chemicals such as insecticides

The main commercial uses for regular grade dipropylene glycol are:

  • Chemical intermediate in the manufacture of highperformance, unsaturated polyester resins, polyurethanes, and plasticizers
  • Hydraulic brake-fluid formulations
  • Cutting-oil formulations
  • Textile lubricants
  • Coatings, paints
  • Industrial soaps
  • Solvents for agricultural chemicals, insecticides, and inks
  • Latex paint formulations, for freeze/thaw protection

Properties :

Characteristics Unit Value
Specific Gravity at 20 Deg C   1.020 - 1.025
Boiling Range Deg.C 222 - 240
Flash Point(PMCC) Deg.C 127
Viscosity at 20 Deg C cps 100


Characteristics Unit Value
Colour and Appearance   Clear, Colourless liquid
Moisture % w/w 0.2 (Maximum)
Mono Propylene Glycol % w/w 1.0 (Maximum)
Dipropylene Glycol % w/w 99.0 (Minimum)
Tripropylene Glycol % w/w NIL
To pass the test

DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL (FRAGRANCE GRADE) should present no unusual health problems when used in manufacturing operations where satisfactory standards of personal and industrial hygiene are maintained. Precautions should be taken to avoid exposure to the eye or prolonged contact with skin.