A liquid mixture of di- and tri-aryl ethers with operating temperature ranges of -20 °F to 680 °F (29 °C to 371 °C).
One of the most thermally stable low pressure liquid phase heat transfer fluid on the market and has excellent flow characteristics at low temperatures.
End Markets: Chemical & Petrochemical; Chemical & Petrochemical; Energy Generation & Utility; Energy Generation & Utility; Facility Construction & Management; Heavy Industry; Oil & Gas; Oil & Gas; Pulp & Paper
Used in production of polystyrene, polycarbonate, heat recovery, offshore platforms, refineries
Related Applications: Air Preheating; Automotive; Beverage Packaging; Boilers; Boilers; Chillers; Cooling Towers; Distillation Units; Facility Management; Heat Exchangers; Heat Transfer Skids; High Temp & Alloys; Hot Oil Heaters; Hot Rollers; Jacketed Reactors; Mechanical Contractors; Paper & Cardboard; Plastics Forming; Polymer Blending Tanks; Power Cogeneration; Test Chambers; Vaporizers; Waste Heat Recovery
Mixture of di- and tri- aryl compounds
Liquid phase only, pressurized above 290°C
Lower pressure than DOWTHERM A Fluid
Good physical properties
Temperature: 20 to 680°F
Vapor Pressure: 49.12
Specific Heat: 0.363°F
Freezing Point: <40°F
Flash Point: 266°F
Primary Chemistry: mixture of di- and tri-aryl ethers
Chemistry: Alkylated Aromatics; Alkylated Aromatics
Functions: Heat Transfer Fluid; Heat Transfer Fluid
Dow Chemical produces seven unique DOWTHERM™ Synthetic Organic Fluids each with unique characteristics that offer exceptional thermal stability, longer fluid life and optimum operating economics. All DOWTHERM™ fluids feature vapor pressures lower than steam and can translate into more efficient heat transfer.