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Paratherm™ MR Heat/Cool Heat Transfer Fluid

  • Single fluid heating and cooling from 36°F to 550°F
  • Non-aromatic/low odor composition reduces worker exposure and environmental issues
  • Extends low-temperature capabilities of standard hot oil temperature control units
The Paratherm™ MR mid-range heat transfer fluid is rated for service from 36°F to 550°F. It is efficient across the temperature range, thermally stable and cost-effective. Non-aromatic and non-toxic, the food-grade fluid is safe to use and is easy to dispose.

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Paratherm - Heat Transfer Fluids, delivered to users of all brands of heat transfer fluids, offer system and application expertise: Fluid Analysis, Fluid Maintenance, Training, Troubleshooting and Consulting.

Three Paratherm Heat Transfer Fluids for Injection Molding & More

Fast Cold Startup, Fouling Resistance for Hot Oil Units The Paratherm™ NF Heat Transfer Fluid is a food grade, mineral-oil based heat transfer fluid designed for extended trouble-free service in closed-loop liquid-phase systems up to 600°F in fuel-fired heaters and 630°F in electric immersion heaters.

Sludge Resistant for Oxidation-Prone Aps

 Designed for extruders, temperature control units, and especially applications where hot fluid is exposed to air.

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