Low Electrical Conductivity Heat Transfer Fluids

Low Electrical Conductivity Heat Transfer Fluids

Inhibited Glycol Coolants for Low Electrical Conductivity Applications

LC (Low Conductivity) series consists of inhibited glycol coolants for fuel cells, batteries, electric vehicles (EV), charging stations, motors, computers, electronics and data centers, including products made from ethylene glycol (LC-EG), propylene glycol (LC-PG), or plant-based BioGlycol (LC-Bio). All products in the LC series maintain a very low electrical conductivity and offer users a stable and efficient coolant for applications where freeze protection is needed. Our non-ionic inhibitor package protects aluminum, copper, brass, and stainless steel system components. Properly used and maintained, LC products can offer excellent thermo-physical properties while protecting your system from corrosion and degradation for years. Various concentrations of these products are available.

To maintain low electrical conductivity as the fluid ages, strongly recommend using an ion-exchange resin cartridge with LC products. We offer our own product line of suitable cartridges, designed and tested extensively for greater ion removal on our low conductivity heat transfer fluid products. These cartridges can be easily installed in systems operating up to 200°F (93°C). We offer the IC-093 series of cartridges, which are designed to operate up to 200°F (93°C). Click here to view our ion exchange resin cartridge product listing. Please contact us for more information about our products for low conductivity applications.

  • Low electrical conductivity
  • Various concentrations available
  • Excellent non-ionic inhibitor package
  • Proven performance
  • Available worldwide
  • Cost-effective
  • Total fluid care option
  • Excellent thermo-physical properties


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  • Fuel cell cooling
  • Electronics cooling
  • Battery cooling for electric vehicles (EVs)
  • Computer cooling
  • Optical devices
  • Medical devices
  • Battery charging stations
  • Electric motors