What is therminol 66 made of?

What is therminol 66 made of?

Therminol® 66 is a high performance highly stable synthetic heat transfer fluid. It is a clear pale yellow liquid composed of modified terphenyl. Pumpable at low temperatures, it offers high thermal stability to very high temperatures.

What therminol 59?

Therminol 59 is a synthetic heat transfer fluid with excellent low temperature pumping characteristics and thermal stability. Performance Benefits. Heating or Cooling Operation—Therminol 59 has surprisingly low viscosity for a high-temperature heat transfer fluid.

What is therminol used for?

Therminol SP is a synthetic heat transfer fluid used in moderate-temperature applications. Therminol SP fluid is designed for use in nonpressurized/low-pressure, indirect heating systems. It delivers efficient, dependable, uniform process heat with no need for high pressures.

Who makes therminol?

Therminol is manufactured by Eastman, a global innovator with a long history of running operations reliably and providing excellent customer service. Today, the Therminol brand is the top selling synthetic heat transfer fluid in the world, with manufacturing facilities on four continents.

Is therminol 66 an oil?

Therminol 66 is the world’s most popular high-temperature, liquid-phase heat transfer fluid. Therminol 66 is pumpable at low temperatures, and offers high temperature thermal stability. Experience—Therminol 66 is the most popular high-temperature, liquid-phase heat transfer fluid in the world.

Is therminol 55 flammable?

Flammable liquid, Target Organ Effect, Harmful if swallowed.

What fluid is used in solar panels?

Propylene glycol
Propylene glycol (PG) has become the most common heat transfer fluid used in closed-loop solar heating systems that contain antifreeze. It has a long track record over many decades in this application and is widely available from a number of sources.

Which liquid is used as coolant?

Water is the most common coolant. Its high heat capacity and low cost makes it a suitable heat-transfer medium. It is usually used with additives, like corrosion inhibitors and antifreeze.