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Glycol: How Does it Impact My Buildings HVAC System?

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  1. Jim King

    As concerns corrosiveness, does glycol have any impact on PEX type piping? I’m seeing PEX on some hydronic systems.

    • Caitlin Buglione

      Hi Jim – Glycol with less than 40% concentration is corrosion resistant in PEX piping up to 140 F. Anything over that would be cause concern for corrosion.

  2. tyrone loukas

    Many thanks for shedding light on the impact of glycol on my building’s HVAC system! Your insightful explanation has empowered me with a better understanding of this crucial component and its implications.


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Glycol: How Does it Impact My Buildings HVAC System?

We’ll be discussing how glycol impacts your HVAC system. In this webinar, you’ll learn the advantages and disadvantages of using glycol.

If you are currently using glycol or considering it in a new system, this webinar is a must-see.


Here’s what we will cover:

// Properties of Glycol

// Pros & Cons of Using Glycol in the HVAC System

// Glycol Alternatives

// Glycol Energy Analysis

    EJ Hover

    Evan Jones

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