Polyethylene glycol

Polyethylene glycol (PEG) is a polyether compound with many applications from industrial manufacturing to medicine.

PEG is also known as polyethylene oxide (PEO) or polyoxyethylene (POE), depending on its molecular weight. The structure of PEG is commonly expressed as H−(O−CH2−CH2)n−OH.

Catalog polyethylene glycols

  • Polyether PEG-200

    Is a product of ethylene oxide polymerization with ethylene glycol. The product is used to manufacture plasticizers, in chemical, textile, rubber, metal-working industries and others in line with the opinion of the Ministry of Health.

  • Polyether PEG-300

    Is a product of ethylene oxide polymerization with ethylene glycol. The product is used to manufacture plasticizers, in chemical, textile, rubber, metal-working industries and others in line with the opinion of the Ministry of Health.

  • Polyether PEG-400

    Is a product of ethylene oxide polymerization with ethylene glycol. The product is used to manufacture plasticizers, in chemical, textile, rubber, metal-working industries and others in line with the opinion of the Ministry of Health.

  • Polyether PEG-600

    Is a product of ethylene oxide polymerization with ethylene glycol. The product is used to manufacture plasticizers, in chemical, textile, rubber, metal-working industries and others in line with the opinion of the Ministry of Health.

All Product Categories

  • Laprols

    Polymer of propylene, polyether, used for manufacturing molded components and polyurethanes block provides sufficient stability of production processes of polymers. Viscous, clear liquid with no color, stable composition, sometimes gets yellow hues. Is the polymerization product of ethylene and propylene oxides with glycerol.

  • Neonols

    Technical isomer mixture of ethoxylated alkyl phenols derived from propylene trimer. Derived from propylene trimer are highly non-ionic surfactants (SAS). Used for waterflood oil recovery for intensification of oil production, drilling wells in the textile, pulp and paper industry, wood industry, consisting of lubricating, hydraulic and other process fluids in the steel industry in an active basis for detergents for industrial use, raw materials for the synthesis of certain types of textile-auxiliary products, component car shampoo and winter windshield fluid.

  • Flotoreagents, plasticizers

    Are additives that increase the plasticity or fluidity of a material. The dominant applications are for plastics, especially polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The properties of other materials are also improved when blended with plasticizers including concrete, clays, and related products. The worldwide market for plasticizers in 2000 was estimated to be several million tons per year.

  • Polyethylene glycol

    Polyethylene glycol (PEG) is a polyether compound with many applications from industrial manufacturing to medicine. PEG is also known as polyethylene oxide (PEO) or polyoxyethylene (POE), depending on its molecular weight. The structure of PEG is commonly expressed as H−(O−CH2−CH2)n−OH.

     

  • Resins, varnishes, solvents

    Synthetic resin - a large group of polymers. Drying oils - film-forming substances. Solvents - a substance capable of dissolving another substance.

  • Tare and packing

    Complex of means for the preparation of items (goods and raw materials) to the moving and storage, to ensure their safety, also objects and devices used for these purposes (tare).

  • Ethanolamines

    Colorless viscous hygroscopic liquid with a specific amine odor. Have the properties of amines and alcohols. Used as absorbents "acid" gases in the processes of purification of process gases at oil refineries, gas and chemical industries, as a raw material for emulsifiers, dispersing agents, stabilizing foams, detergents, shampoos, detergents, in organic synthesis to produce ethylenediamine, N-vinylpyrrolidone, in the manufacture of plasticizers, corrosion inhibitors.

  • Ethylene glycols

    Organic compounds containing per molecule two hydroxyl groups. Have all the properties of alcohols (form alcoholates, esters and ethers). Used for production of synthetic fibers, solvents, antifreezes and hydraulic fluids. As an extraction agent for aromatic hydrocarbons, for drying of natural gas. As feedstock in production of oligoester and polyester acrylates, plasticizers.

  • Ethers

    Moving low-boiling liquid, slightly soluble in water, very flammable.