GLYKOSOL N is a yellowish liquid based on monoethylene glycol for use as a heat transfer medium with highly effective corrosion protection additives and hardness stabilizers. GLYKOSOL N is free of nitrite, amine and phosphate.
GLYKOSOL N is used as an antifreeze and corrosion protection medium in all technical areas, e.g. for heat pumps, ground probes, air conditioning systems, heat recovery systems, heating and cooling systems.
The inhibitor system protects all commonly used metallic materials, reliably against corrosion and deposits (tested according to ASTM D 1384-96 by the Institute for Materials Research for air and refrigeration technology, Dresden).
|Density (at 20 °C)||1.12 to 1.13 g/cm3|
|Appearance||yellowish, clear liquid|
|Boiling point (concentrate)||approx. 170 °C|
|pour point (concentrate)||< -70 °C|
|pH value (at 20 °C)||7.5 - 9.5|
|Specific heat (at 20 °C)||approx. 2.3kJ/(kg-K)|
|Thermal conductivity (at 20 °C)||approx. 0.29 W/(m-K)|
|Viscosity (at 20 °C)||approx. 22 mPa-s|
|Electrical conductivity (at 20 °C) Dilution 1:2||approx. 3,000 μS/cm|
|Reserve alkalinity||> 20 ml 0.1n HCl|
GLYKOSOL N can be mixed with water in any ratio. The concentration should not fall below 20 % by volume, as corrosion protection is no longer guaranteed.
GLYKOSOL N should only be diluted with water up to a hardness of 20°dH. Ideally, demineralised water should be used.
|Heat pumps and geothermal probes||25 - 35 Vol.%|
|Air conditioning systems and heat recovery systems||35 - 40 Vol.%|
|For pure frost protection||35 - 40 Vol.%|
|Frost-resistant up to °C||Vol.%||Density g/cm³ at 20° C||Refractive index|
- Glycosol N Concentrate
- Glycosol N 20%
- Glycosol N 25%
- Glycosol N 29%
- Glycosol N 34%
- Glycosol N 40%
- Glycosol N 45%
- Glycosol N 52%
- Canister 30kg
- Multitainer 60 kg
- Drum 200-220 kg
- Container 1000 kg
- In a tanker truck
The information given above corresponds to the current state of our knowledge and informs about product properties and the resulting application possibilities. They do not guarantee the properties for concrete applications. Legally binding assurances for the respective application purposes cannot be derived from these data.