AUXILIARIES: New Source of Heat-Transfer Fluids

Glycol-based solutions in both ethylene and propylene are now available for immediate shipment.

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Mokon, Buffalo, N.Y., primarily known for its line of circulating liquid temperature control systems, has added glycol solutions to its extensive product line. Glycol-based solutions in both ethylene and propylene are now available for immediate shipment. 

The glycol solutions are recommended for use in all closed primary and secondary heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems. The fluids are fully inhibited glycol based solutions designed for applications where no incidental contact with humans, food, or beverage products could occur.

The heat-transfer fluid is manufactured using only new, virgin glycol. The inhibitor package is scientifically formulated of new, food-grade ingredients and blended into the glycol under tightly controlled manufacturing procedures.

 

 

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