UCAR™ PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Dilute “55/45”

UCAR™ PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Dilute “55/45” is a propylene glycol-based fluid containing water, corrosion inhibitors, wetting agents and an orange dye. Aqueous solutions of UCAR PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Dilute “55/45” are used to assist in removing ice, snow, and frost from the exterior surfaces of aircraft. UCAR PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Dilute “55/45” can be applied to large high-speed jet aircraft down to –25°C (-13°F).

UCAR PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Dilute “55/45” is a ready-to-use fluid, and contains approximately 51% by weight propylene glycol and water. UCAR PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Concentrate can be used to make “55/45”, by mixing 55 parts by volume UCAR PG ADF Concentrate with 45 parts of water.

Conformance to Industry Standards
UCAR PG Aircraft Deicing Fluid Dilute “55/45” conforms to all technical requirements of the Society of Automotive Engineers Aerospace Material Specification1 (SAE AMS) 1424 for Aircraft Deicing/Anti-icing Fluid SAE Type I, the Douglas CSD #1 Type VI specification, revised May 1988, and the Boeing D6-17487 specification, revision L. Copies of certificates of conformance issued by independent laboratories are available upon request.

1 SAE standards available from the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale PA 15096-0001, (724) 776-4841, www.sae.org. This website lists the current version(s) of the pertinent documents.