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Dow Chemical Company / Polyglycols, Surfactants and Fluids


Dow Chemical Company / Polyglycols, Surfactants and Fluids has published these technical articles:

(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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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... (View Full Article)
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Solar power is emerging as a popular alternative to fossil fuels. And while it will still be some time before solar power is a widely adopted, cost-effective alternative, the chemistry to help convert... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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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... (View Full Article)
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Understanding the unique circumstances of a system and its application are critical factors when determining the cost of winterizing a system-and the benefits of using pure water compared to a... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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If you design, install, or operate a water-based heating or air conditioning system, there is a lot riding on your heat transfer fluid.... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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We all know that, during winter, sleet, snow and freezing rain lay down the challenge for safe movement outside. As a professional in the business of designing or installing hydronic snowmelt systems,... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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When it comes to keeping a water-based HVACR system running efficiently, today's industry professional has a wide range of choices and options, from the type of equipment installed to the methods used... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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Inhibited glycol heat transfer fluids are widely used in the food industry for chilling and freezing food and beverage products. These applications include immersion freezing, cooling liquid foods and... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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For the world's largest brewers of beer and for one of the most popular "craft" brewers in the Midwest, "keeping cool" is not a lightly used phrase -it is critical for business. That is the reason... (View Full Article)
(Engineering and Technical Services)
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For the fourth consecutive year, the results are in and the votes have been tabulated for Chemical Processing's 2007 Readers' Choice Awards. This reader-driven survey is important to a lot of people... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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Last summer as the price of oil approached $150/barrel, the supermarket refrigeration industry-along with everyone else-was interested in methods and technologies to conserve energy. But as we enter... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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Wal-Mart Stores Inc., which operates 6,200 retail locations worldwide, has launched an internal green initiative designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent in seven years, while... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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It turns out that my physics teacher was wrong. He told my classmates and me that skaters glide with ease over ice because the pressure of the blade causes the ice under the blade to melt, and it is... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Oils and Fluids)
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Anybody who has burned leaves with a magnifying glass understands the idea behind concentrating solar thermal power. But the technology is more than just child's play. For many companies, including... (View Full Article)

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