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Chemtex dedicates a brand new website for Inhibited Propylene Glycol users

Thu, 02/09/2012 - 11:23pm
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(1888PressRelease) February 10, 2012 - Chemtex Speciality Limited, one of the India leading manufacturers of Inhibited Propylene Glycol and a leading Global suppliers of the same, has launched a new website i.e. www.inhibited.propyleneglycol.com dedicated to its global customers who are using Inhibited Propylene Glycol.

Chemtex has always shown dedication to its valued customers several times by dedicating product specific websites to them. As, now a days, Inhibited PG & Inhibited MEG are used by major glycol users around the world, Chemtex Speciality Limited always takes the initiatives to give them more and more.

CSL's Inhibited Propylene Glycol is something special for your glycol systems. Pre-inhibited with suitable glycol corrosion inhibitors packages and balance water which will run your system almost corrosion free and smooth like never before and for several years to come without the rise of glycol color turning red (which indicates corrosion.)

Throughout the year it serves its global clientele with quality rich product for various industries. It is an ISO 9001: 2008 company which is a well known name in the market of Inhibited Mono Ethylene Glycol and Inhibited Propylene Glycol for more than 40 successful years. During last 4 decades, Chemtex successfully replaced brine with Mono Ethylene Glycol or Propylene Glycol as Heat Transfer Fluids, Antifreeze Agent, Industrial Coolant, Radiator Coolant and Diesel Engine Coolant in various industries such as Dairy, Food, Food Processing, Beverage, Brewery, Coolant Manufacturer etc. throughout the globe.

Inhibited Propylene Glycol is used in chillers, glycol systems, boiler systems, solar panels, and many other water based systems. It is usually produced from either propylene oxide or glycerol. For Chemtex's Inhibited Propylene Glycol contact us at +91-33-7111-1111 or info ( @ ) chemtexltd dot com.

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