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Advantages and applications of antifreeze fluids in cooling systems: Key to efficiency and reliability

Influence of antifreeze on cooling efficiency

Maintaining a stable temperature in the systems is crucial to the proper functioning of the system, for which reason glycol-based antifreeze (and more 😉 – read more…) play an irreplaceable role as a refrigerant. Its unique properties make it an invaluable component in cooling systems of all kinds. Thanks to antifreezes, we can rest assured of the efficiency of our installation.

Low Freezing Point: Safety in Extreme Conditions

The main advantage of glycol is its protection against freezing and overheating (which is particularly important for solar systems). As a result, even at extremely low and high temperatures, cooling systems remain active and reliable, eliminating the risk of damage caused by freezing or boiling.

Types of antifreeze: Tailoring to Specific Requirements

Refrigeration uses antifreeze fluids based on different types of raw materials; these include ethylene glycol, propylene glycol and super-efficient potassium formate. They all have similar characteristics such as antifreeze protection, corrosion protection and sediment formation. However, they differ in terms of safety and physico-chemical parameters. Find out more about our products in our videos:

Factory (monoethylene glycol)


Factory EKO (monopropylene glycol)


Supercool (potassium formate)


The choice of the right fluid is crucial for optimum system performance, so it is important to consider specific requirements and operating conditions.

Antifreeze applications in various areas

Glycol-based fluids are used in a wide variety of areas, both in industry and in households. From central air conditioning systems to industrial cooling and underfloor heating systems, their role is irreplaceable.

Safe Use of Glycol: Key to System Reliability

It is important to use antifreeze in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations and to ensure that the correct operating parameters are maintained. Regular monitoring of glycol concentration, pH control and adherence to storage and mixing rules are key to ensuring the reliability and efficiency of the cooling system.

The role of antifreeze in the world of refrigeration

Glycol-based fluids play a key role in cooling systems, providing temperature stability and protection against damage. Its use contributes to the efficiency and reliability of a variety of processes, both in industry and in everyday life. Therefore, it is worth appreciating its importance and ensuring that it is used correctly to ensure optimal operation of cooling systems.

wróć 2024-04-18