Clariant’s heat transfer fluids forHVAC industry in India

Clariant’s heat transfer fluids for the HVAC industry in India

11:47 AM, 13th June 2016
Clariant’s heat transfer fluids for the HVAC industry in India
With sustainability gaining paramount importance in the HVAC industry, these solutions contain a highly efficient combination of inhibitors providing corrosion prevention and long term stability.

MUMBAI, INDIA: Clariant SA has introduced safe and innovative heat transfer fluids for leading players in the heating, ventilation and airconditioning (HVAC) industry in view of the growing demand for efficient and safe manufacturing solutions in India.

Clariant's business unit industrial & consumer specialties introduced its innovative heat transfer mediums – Antifrogen L, Antifrogen N and Protectogen C aqua to the HVAC industry.

Key features of the products

  • Antifrogen L is a mono-propylene glycol-based heat transfer fluid, for special use in the pharmaceutical and food industry, where hygienic manufacturing is critical. Its permanent usage temperature ranges from -25 to +150 °C.
  • Antifrogen N is a monoethylene glycol based heat transfer fluid for industrial applications, like closed hot water heating systems, cooling and refrigeration equipment, heat pumps, gravity systems and wind energy turbines. Its permanent usage temperature ranges from -50 to +150 °C.
  • Protectogen C aqua is a glycol-free, long-lasting corrosion inhibitor concentrate for cold water systems with closed heating or cooling circuits, and which do not require frost protection. The recommended permanent usage temperature is +5 to +95 °C.

With sustainability gaining paramount importance in the HVAC industry, these solutions contain a highly efficient combination of inhibitors providing corrosion prevention and long term stability. All these solutions are inhibited without the use of nitrite, amine, borate, phosphate and silicate, and do not contain Cancerogenic-Mutagenic-Reprotoxic (CMR) substances.

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