CARBOWAX™ Polyethylene Glycol 600
Semi-solid Polyethylene Glycol that provides enhanced solvency, lubricity, hygroscopicity and other important functional properties in a wide range of formulations.
- Wood treatment
- Solubilizing agent in liquid detergents
- Acts as a base/carrier in silver polish
- Antistat and conditioner in leather and vinyl care
- Antistatic agent and humectant
- Chemical intermediates
- Inks and dye carrier
- Mold release agent
These values are typical properties and are not intended for use in preparing specifications.
- % Actives Yes No 100%
- Contains Inhibitor Yes No No (uninhibited)
- Form Yes No Liquid, Semisolid
- Melting or Freezing Range Yes No 15 to 25 °C
- Molecular Weight Yes No 570 to 630 g/mol
- Solubility in Water (20°C, % by wt) Yes No Complete
- Viscosity (100°C) Yes No 11 cSt
- Viscosity (50% dissolution in water @ 20°C) Yes No 15 - 20 cP
All the properties you want in one convenient product
Offered as a viscous, water-white liquid, CARBOWAX™ Polyethylene Glycol 600 combines water solubility, nonvolatility, inertness and lubricity into one product.
With its first-class solvent action and ingredient compatibility, CARBOWAX™ Polyethylene Glycol 600 delivers the versatility needed to fit a wide range of products.
CARBOWAX™ Polyethylene Glycols (PEGs), a family of water-soluble linear polymers, are among the most versatile chemical ingredients available to formulators and manufacturers. They are available in a wide range of viscosities, weights from 200 to 8000 and melting points for optimal formulation flexibility in applications including ceramics, lubricants, soaps and detergents, and toilet bowl cleaners. By choosing a suitable product grade, you can achieve the desired balance of water solubility, hygroscopicity, vapor pressure, melting or freezing range, and viscosity.
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No Safety Data Sheets are available online for this material
Please Contact Dow for additional information.