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Comparing properties like specific gravity, freezing points and viscosity for secondary coolants like calcium chloride, sodium chloride, ethylene glycol and propylene glycol.
The diagrams below can be used to compare specific gravity, freezing points and viscosity of secondary coolants
- Pipe lines - fluid flow and pressure loss - water, sewer, steel pipes, pvc pipes, copper tubes and more.
- Freeze protecting of cooling systems - temperature rating vs. required amount of antifreeze.
- Comparing ethylene glycol and propylene glycol antifreeze properties.
- Freezing point, density, specific heat and dynamic viscosity of Calcium Chloride Water coolants.
- Online calculator, figures and tables showing density and specific weight of ethylene, C2H4, at varying temperature and pressure - Imperial and SI Units.
- Properties like freezing point, viscosity, specific gravity and specific heat of ethylene glycol based heat-transfer fluids, or brines.
- Freezing and flash points of isopropanol (2-Propanol) based water solutions or brines.
- Kinematic viscosities of some common liquids like motor oil, diesel fuel, peanut oil and many more.
- Freezing points of propylene glycol based heat-transfer fluids suitable for the food processing industry.
- Freezing point, density, specific heat and dynamic viscosity of Sodium Chloride and Water coolant.
- Vicosity is a fluid's resistance to flow and can be valued as dynamic (absolute) or kinematic.
- Absolute viscosity for water in centipoises for temperatures between 32 - 200oF.
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