DOWFROST™ HD

Yellow dyed, Industrial-Grade Inhibited Propylene Glycol (PG) Thermal Fluid for Heat Transfer Applications between -45°C and 160°C (-50°F and 325°F).
Product Overview

DOWFROST™ HD inhibited propylene glycol (PG) is comprised of about 94% PG and 6% corrosion inhibitors. DOWFROST™ HD (heavy duty) has a lower PG composition to allow for higher concentration of corrosion inhibitors for maximum protection & rust prevention. These additional components do not compromise toxicity fluid and provide an enhanced level of corrosion protection which is unsurpassed in the industry.

DOWFROST™ HD has a fluorescent yellow color and can operate at higher temperatures than regular DOWFROST™. DOWFROST™ HD is suitable for use in environments between -50°F and 325°F (-45°C and 160°C).

DOWFROST™ HD is intended for low toxicity, non-food processing applications and provides freeze protection down to -60 F.

DOWFROST™ HD is available in a range of prediluted concentrations and package sizes.

Product Specifications

Color: Green / Yellow
Propylene glycol-based fluid


Primary Chemistry: Propylene glycol
Features & Benefits
Propylene glycol-based fluid (94%) Fluorescent yellow Increased concentration of inhibitors Not USDA/FDA approved industrial / commercial version of DOWFROST Operating range: 0 to 325° F for heat transfer -60° F for burst protection
Problems Solved
Shortened Thermal Fluid Life or Excessive Fluid Consumption
Required Frequent Maintenance Intervals
System Rust and Corrosion, Including Copper
Applications

DOWFROST™ HD is an ideal thermal fluid for a broad variety of heat transfer applications across a range of industries and applications. Including, but not limited to:

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Chill water & hydronic heating loops
Geothermal (ground source heat pumps)
Snow melt & Turf heating systems
Solar hot water heating
Fire water sprinkler systems
Refrigeration
Ice skating rinks
Large-scale Chiller Systems
Cold storage, refrigerated warehouses & supermarkets (secondary loop)
Thermal Energy Storage (TES)