ADM, KOST USA develop BioChill line heat transfer fluids

ADM, KOST USA develop BioChill line of heat transfer fluids

9:16 AM, 25th April 2012
ADM, KOST USA develop BioChill line of heat transfer fluids

DECATUR, US: KOST USA Inc and Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) announced the successful development of the BioChill line of heat transfer fluids. ADM’s biobased propylene glycol can effectively replace the petroleum-derived propylene glycol traditionally used in heat transfer fluids. BioChill products allow customers to meet all performance expectations while reducing their carbon footprint. 

BioChill Heat Transfer Fluids are registered with the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) BioPreferred programme, which promotes increased purchase and use of biobased products. The benefits of BioChill over petroleum-derived products include use of a sustainable product, significant reduction in greenhouse gas during production which lowers the carbon footprint.

“KOST USA continues to develop the highest quality glycol solutions to deliver performance for our customers. Our superior capabilities and technical expertise combined with high-quality biobased propylene glycol from ADM has enabled the BioChill line of heat transfer fluids. KOST USA is committed to bringing products and services to market that meet today’s ongoing industry requirements,” said Tom Overdeck, CEO, KOST USA.

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