1,2-Propanediol; 1,2-Dihydroxypropane; Methylethylene glycol; Trimethyl glycol; 1,2-Propylene glycol; monopropylene glycol; propane-1,2-diol; alpha-propyleneglycol; dowfrost; PG 12; sirlene; solar winter ban; Propanediol.
Organic synthesis, especially for polypropylene glycol and polyester resins; antifreeze solutions; solvent for fats, oils, waxes, resins, flavoring extracts, perfumes, colors, softdrink syrups, and antioxidants; cellophane; hygroscopic agent; coolant in refrigeration systems; plasticizers, hydraulic fluids; bactericide; textile conditioners; in foods as a solvent, wetting agent and humectant; emulsifier; feed additive; anticaking agent; preservative (retards mold and fungi); cleansing creams; suntan lotions; pharmaceuticals; brake fluids; deicing fluids for airport runways; substitute for ethylene glycol and glycerol; fermentation inhibitor; as a mist to disinfect air; heat exchangers; as humectant in textiles, tobacco, and pet foods; and in veterinary medicine as a glucogenic (orally) in ruminants.Vehicle in pharmaceutical and cosmetic bases. In food as solvent for colors and flavors. In cooling fluids. UCU