NuTherm™ Heat Transfer Fluids
The NuTherm PF and HC series are a high-performance set of heat transfer fluids designed as an alternative to less effective glycol, PAG, and Calcium Chloride fluids. They are non-toxic, non-flammable, and have a robust corrosion inhibition package making them ideal for use.
- To the best of our knowledge, this product is California Prop 65 compliant.
- High thermal conductivity
- High specific heat
- Low viscosity
- Non-toxic, non-flammable
- High metal compatibility
- Environmentally friendly (CFC-free)
- Robust corrosion inhibition
- Pre-mixed solutions
Thermophysical properties of NuTherm HC & PFThe NuTherm HC & PF series has superior thermophysical properties in comparison to traditional closed and open system heat transfer fluids, including higher thermal conductivity and specific heat, as well as lower viscosity, making it an extraordinarily more efficient system coolant within its operational temperature range. The NuTherm HC series is non-hazardous, biodegradable, CFC-free, antimicrobial, and has exceptional thermal stability at high temperatures in comparison to glycols, PAG’s, Calcium Chloride, Trichloroethylene and Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane) making it an intelligent alternative.
Heat Transfer Fluids Resistant to CorrosionThe NuTherm PF and HC series is formulated with an incredibly robust and efficient corrosion inhibition package, allowing the product to be used on most metals including Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Cast Steel, Copper and its alloys (Brass & Bronze), Monel, Nickel, Hastelloy, Inconel, Tantalum, Titanium, Titanium alloys (Ti6Al4V), Aluminium and Cast Iron. Do not use on Zinc, Zinc-plated or galvanized metals, Magnesium. NuTherm PF and HC corrosion tests at 80 °C show incredible results of x mmpy (x mpy) on C260 Brass alloys, x mmpy (x mpy) on 304L Stainless Steel, and x mmpy (x mpy) on AL1100 Aluminium.
NuThem PF and HC does not produce pitting corrosion on Aluminium alloys like other Potassium Formate open or closed bath heat transfer fluids.
*mmpy = millimeters per year; mpy