Biobased Propylene Glycol
Chill-Pro HD – Tailored heat transfer fluid solution ideal for closed-loop HVAC systems.
Biobased propylene glycol customized for your operation.
Hawkins’ unique combination of technical expertise and nimble support gives our customers a decided edge in HVAC performance. We work closely with our partners to create inhibited propylene glycol formulas and support plans that optimize their systems and keep them running without interruption. We’ll do the same for you — creating and implementing your ideal Chill-Pro HD formula with the speed and efficiency you need to operate at peak performance and stay ahead of trouble.
Clean & Green: Chill-Pro HD propylene glycol is a renewable soy-based fluid that provides immediate green points and opens you up to a future of opportunities. It’s a great solution for businesses who want to earn points towards LEED O+M Certification.
“It’s made with purified propylene glycol that’s designed to meet USDA certified biobased product label standards.”
Fast & Efficient: Hawkins world-class lab and tech support quickly formulates our ready-to-use inventory to the specific concentrations you need. No one else provides such perfect propylene glycol formulas or employs them with so much speed.
Exceptional products and superior service — now that’s a winning formula.
Partner with Hawkins and you’ll quickly see we deliver the best of both worlds: the perfect inhibited propylene glycol formulas for your needs and the kind of responsiveness you’ve always wanted. You can be confident we’ll match or exceed the quality of any available formulations.
You can also be certain we’ll provide faster and more comprehensive support. It’s a combination unmatched in the industry.
Enhanced corrosion protection you can trust: Chill-Pro HD propylene glycol is specially formulated to provide nonfood HVAC systems with superior corrosion protection for most metals, including brass, cast aluminum, cast iron, copper, solder, and steel.
Testing, ongoing sampling and peace of mind: Our initial testing will determine what you need for inhibitors, followed by ongoing sampling that tracks fluid changes and allows us to make adjustments that optimize efficiency and preempt failure.