|Boiling Point||285 °C|
|Molar Mass||150.17 g/mol|
|Melting Point||−7 °C (19 °F; 266 K)|
We are engaged in offering Triethylene Glycol (TEG) that is a larger molecule than MEG and DEG. Triethylene Glycol, we offer, is less clear and less hygroscopic than DEG, but has a higher boiling point, density and viscosity. Triethylene Glycol is also distinguished by its antibacterial properties. Triethylene Glycol supplied by us is used as an important non-volatile industrial solvent. It is also useful in the dehydration of gases, manufacture of insecticides and in the synthesis of some organic derivatives. Pure Triethylene Glycol is useful in the production of plasticizers for cellophane, glue, powdered ceramics and some other plastics. Triethylene Glycol is a component in the formulation of some pigments, printing dyes, inks and pastes. It is also used for air fumigation.