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  • Propylene Glycol Nutritional Content (.pdf)
    Propylene glycol is listed as "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS) for use as a direct food additive by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (21CFR184.1666). Propylene glycol has the general structure of a carbohydrate so for food labeling purposes it should be included with the grams
  • Propylene Glycol Does Not Pose A Cancer Risk (.pdf)
    Propylene glycol has been used worldwide in a variety of consumer products for decades. Propylene glycol has also been studied extensively in genetic, acute, subchronic, and lifetime animal studies. Expert review panels have concluded that results of laboratory studies demonstrate that propylene
  • The Safety of Propylene Glycol use in Cosmetic Products (.pdf)
    Propylene glycol is used as a solvent in a number of cosmetics, lotions, and ointments where it is applied to the skin as well as in a wide variety of other products, including varnishes, disinfectants, synthetic resins, antifreeze and other coolants, and aircraft deicers.
  • Propylene Glycol - Not All Alcohols Are The Same (.pdf)
    Propylene glycol is among the most thoroughly tested and well-understood chemicals. It has been affirmed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) for use in food for humans and for animals other than cats. It also is approved by FDA for a variety of uses
  • DOWTHERM vs. DOWFROST: A Comparison of Ethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol (.pdf)
    Dow offers two basic types of low temperature heat transfer fluids: DOWTHERM* heat transfer fluids based on ethylene glycol (EG) and DOWFROST* heat transfer fluids based on propylene glycol (PG). Both types also contain water and corrosion inhibitors. In terms of performance, both fluids are very
  • About Propylene Glycols
    The propylene glycol family of chemical compounds consists of monopropylene glycol (PG), dipropylene glycol (DPG),. and tripropylene glycol (TPG). The proper IUPAC chemical name for PG is 1,2-propanediol and it is listed on the U.S. EPA Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) inventory of chemical
  • As Seeler Industries' 3 Rivers Terminal Continues to Expand, a Wide Variety of PSG Pumps Help Eliminate the Growing Pains (.pdf)
    The 3 Rivers Terminal, strategically located southwest of Chicago, consists of 17 storage tanks and 15 blend tanks used in the storage, handling and packaging of mainly hydrogen peroxide, but also caustics, amines (a derivative of ammonia), glycerin propylene, glycol and chemical de-icers
  • A 'Fluid' Supermarket (.pdf)
    At the 26,000-square-foot Wal-Mart Super-Center in Aurora, Colo., a propylene glycol-based heat transfer fluid is being used in a secondary-loop refrigeration system. Th e system, which cools the store's meat, dairy, produce and other medium-temperature chilled food display cases, is designed

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