A liquid diphenyl oxide/biphenyl blend with operating temperatures of 60°F to 750°F (15°C to 400°C) employing either liquid phase or vapor phase heating.
Eutectic mixture of two very stable compounds, biphenyl and diphenyl oxide Mixture can be handled as if it were a single compound Liquid phase or vapor phase heating Temperature: 60 to 750°F Vapor Pressure: 152.02 Specific Heat: 0.373°F Viscosity: 4.91 Density: 66.37 Freezing Point: 53.6°F Flash Point: 236°F Autoignition: 1139°F Most stable organic fluid available Highest use temperature Liquid and vapor phase Mixture of diphenyl oxide and diphenyl With low viscosity to minimize startup problems, and a freezing point of 54 F, Can be used without steam tracing in installations protected from the weather Used in production of nylon, PET fiber, PET resin, formaldehyde, vegetable oil, solar, refineries, lube stock, PAO
A liquid mixture of di- and tri-aryl ethers with operating temperature ranges of -20°F to 680°F (29°C to 371°C).
One of the most thermally stable low pressure liquid phase heat transfer fluid on the market and has excellent flow characteristics at low temperatures. Temperature: 20 to 680°F Vapor Pressure: 49.12 Specific Heat: 0.363°F Viscosity: 146 Density: 70.34 Freezing Point: <40°F Flash Point: 266°F Autoignition: 1083°F Mixture of di- and tri- aryl compounds Liquid phase only, pressurized above 290°C Lower pressure than DOWTHERM A Fluid Good physical properties Used in production of polystyrene, polycarbonate, heat recovery, offshore platforms, refineries
An alkylated aromatic liquid with operating temperature ranges of -110°F to 600°F (-80°C to 315°C).
Offers remarkable low-temperature pumpability and thermal stability for protection against accidental overheating. Temperature: -110 to 600°F Vapor Pressure: 174.52 Specific Heat: 0.376°F Viscosity: 9.67 Density: 58.31 Freezing Point: <-100°F Flash Point: 136°F Autoignition: 788°F Liquid and vapor phase Excellent low temperature properties Fluid of choice for the most demanding single fluid heating and cooling applications (batch processing) Used in production of pharmaceuticals, environmental test chambers, fiber spinning
A heat transfer fluid containing a mixture of alkylated aromatics and designed for use as an alternative to hot oils in liquid phase heat transfer systems.
DOWTHERM™ MX fluid can be used in non-pressurized systems up to temperatures of 620 °F (327 °C). Temperature: -10 to 625°F Vapor Pressure: 15.1 Specific Heat: 0.351°F Viscosity: 281.7 Density: 61.9 Freezing Point: -13°F Flash Point: 329°F Autoignition: 788°F Low vapor pressure fluid Excellent low temperature pumpability Thermal stability superior to Hot Oils 5 to 6 times more stable Designed for use in non-pressurized systems Liquid phase operation only Has a high flash point Used in LNG, Off shore Platforms, Heat recovery, Polystyrene, Polyethylene, Topping units, Asphalt, Refineries
A heat transfer fluid containing a mixture of diphenylethane and alkylated aromatics.
Compared to hot oils, it exhibits better thermal stability 35 °C to 330 °C (-30 °F to 625 °F), particularly at the upper end of hot oils use range, and significantly better low-temperature pumpability. Suitable applications include use as an alternative to hot oils in liquid phase heat transfer applications. Temperature: -30° to 625°F Vapor Pressure: 48.08 Specific Heat: 0.353°F Viscosity: 48.2 Density: 63.23 Freezing Point: -30°F Flash Point: 249°F Autoignition: 773°F Best value for moderate temperatures Better thermal stability than hot oils Better physical properties than hot oils No heat tracing to -35 °C Need pressurization above 265 °C Usesd in LNG, Off shore Platforms, Heat recovery, Polystyrene, Polyethylene, Topping units, Asphalt, Refineries
A diaryl alkyl heat transfer fluid that is intended for use in applications that require liquid phase heat transfer.
Unlike other low pressure fluids - including partially hydrogenated terphenyls and dibenzyl toluene fluids, DOWTHERM™ RP fluid degrades primarily to low molecular weight products. DOWTHERM™ RP has a Maximum bulk temperature of 350 °C (660 °F) and a maximum film temperature of 375 °C (710 °F). Temperature: 30°F to 660°F Vapor Pressure: 13.63 Specific Heat: 0.372°F Viscosity: 249 Density: 65.25 Freezing Point: <-4°F Flash Point: 381°F Autoignition: 725°F Best thermal stability of any liquid phase fluid Does not form tar or high boiling degradation products Liquid phase fluid used in pressure-less or low-pressure systems Used in production of PET resin, PET film, phenol, polycarbonate, polystyrene, refineries, LNG, offshore platforms
A heat transfer fluid that is a mixture of C14-C30 alkyl benzenes intended for use in applications that require liquid phase heat transfer.
For use in non-pressurized liquid phase systems with a maximum temperature of 550 °F (288 °C) and a bulk temperature of 600 °F (315 °C) Temperature: 14°F to 550°F Vapor Pressure: 2.6 Specific Heat: 0.446°F Viscosity: 252 Density: 55.81 Freezing Point: <14°F Flash Point: 370°F Autoignition: 707°F Synthetic organic alternative to Hot Oils Optimum economic bulk operating temperature 288°C No steam tracing required to -10°C Liquid phase operation only Does not require pressurized expansion tank Used in Offshore, Gas processing, Textiles, Plastics processing, General CPI
Formulated for high-temperature, liquid-phase heat transfer in systems requiring bulk temperatures up to 500°F.
UCON™ HTF 500 is compatible with most common metals, including all steels, iron, aluminum, copper and copper alloys and is noncorrosive. UCON™ HTF 500 has been used in many high temperature applications and is often recommended by heating equipment manufactures. Viscosity at 100°F: 62 Specific gravity: 1.038 Pour Point: -55 Boiling Point: None- nonvolatile liquid Flashpoint (ASTM D92): 575 Fire Point (ASTM D92): 600 Viscosity Index: 200 High heat transfer efficiency Water soluble Fantastic materials compatibility Long lasting Lower maintenance costs High flash point High fire point Easy to use with conventional equipment Chemical processing Laminating and calendaring rolls Dies and molds in the rubber and plastics industry Drying rolls and ovens Die-cast zinc and aluminum alloys Intended for use in closed circulating systems.
For use in water and water/glycol based systems. Flouresces blue when scanned with a high intensity Spectroline leak detection lamp.
For use in water and water/glycol based systems. Flouresces green when scanned with a high intensity Spectroline leak detection lamp.