Acetone, also known as propanone (or 2-propanone), is an organic compound primarily used as an industrial solvent. Acetone serves as an active ingredient in common household and industrial products such as nail polish removers and paint thinners. A colorless, odorless and flammable liquid, acetone is derived from propylene via the cumene process. The United States is the leading global acetone manufacturer, producing approximately 1.56 million tons per year. Learn more.
Also known as demineralized water; used in many industrial applications.
Ethylene glycol, commonly referred to as EG for short, is a chemical ingredient commonly found in antifreeze, refrigerants, and hydraulic fluids. It has many other names, too, including ethylene alcohol, monoethylene glycol (MEG) and 1,2-Etahnediol. As one of the most important and commonly used glycols, ethylene glycol is commercially available and manufactured on a large scale throughout the United States.
We sell various forms of ethylene glycol in varying grades. You can view our entire ethylene glycol product listing online. Learn more.