Allyl PEG, also known as APEG, is produced or prepared with a reaction of ethylene oxide or EO and allyl alcohol. One of the primary areas where this chemical compound is widely used is in the manufacturing of PCA type water reducing agent that is also known as a polycarboxylate water reducing agent. Other names of allyl PEG are allyl polyethylene glycol, polyoxyethylene allyl, and allyl ether. Allyl PEG is a reactive poly-ether that is utilised in the production of polycarboxylate based water reducing agent. Liquid-based allyl PEG can be stored inside the iron-based drums, while the flakes can be packed into the woven bags that are often made or composed of polypropylene. Some of the other areas where allyl PEG is generally utilised include synthetic polymers’ production that are often suitable for the bio-medical applications.
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