Propylene Glycol- PG Base

Propylene Glycol

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Propylene Glycol

Available in 10ml, 100ml, 500ml, 1 Litre, 2 x 1 Litre, 5 Litre and 25 Litre and 1000 Litre (1250kg)

We are unable to offer same day dispatch on 5 Litre and 25 Litre as shipping will be with a specialist courier. For 1000 Litre (1250kg) (IBC) Forklift will be required

If you need help making e liquids you can look at our informative blog posts or give us a call on 0121 777 0008 or email customerservice@tmbnotes.co

Propylene Glycol Uses

Introduction

Propylene glycol is used in many applications, from food to pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. It's widely recognized as safe for use in food products and medicines, but some people may be unfamiliar with its other uses. Here are some facts about this useful chemical:

Propylene glycol has a slightly sweet taste and is nearly odourless

Propylene glycol is a colourless, nearly odourless liquid that is used in many foods and drinks. It can also be found in medicines, including those used to treat allergies and asthma. As it's not toxic to humans, propylene glycol is safe for use in cosmetics and food products. The FDA lists propylene glycol as “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) for its intended use in food colouring agents at levels up to 1% by weight of the product.

Propylene glycol is used by the chemical, food, and pharmaceutical industries as an antifreeze when leakage might lead to contact with food

Propylene glycol is used as an antifreeze in the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries. Because of its use in food products, propylene glycol has been deemed "Generally Recognized As Safe," or GRAS, by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Propylene glycol is nontoxic over the short term. It has been labeled by the FDA as a substance that's safe for human consumption after being subjected to testing under very high temperatures for long periods of time. Propylene glycol doesn't cause cancer or any other serious health problems if ingested; however, it can irritate skin and eyes if not washed off immediately after contact with them occurs.

Propylene glycol is used as a solvent for food colours and flavourings

Food colouring is made of natural or synthetic dyes. Propylene glycol dissolves the dyes, which are then mixed with the food product before it's sold to consumers.

Food colorings are added to candy, soft drinks, cereal and other foods so that they look more appealing to consumers.

Propylene glycol is used to create artificial smoke or fog used in fire-fighting training and in theatrical productions

Propylene glycol is used in a wide variety of applications, including theatrical productions, fire-fighting training and food service.

In the entertainment industry, propylene glycol is used to create artificial smoke or fog. This can be very useful in a number of different situations, such as creating an effect on stage or screen that simulates the effects of fire. For example, you might see fake smoke used during performances of plays like “The Phantom of the Opera” or movies like “Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith” (2005). In addition to creating theatrical effects like this, propylene glycol can also be used for other purposes related to entertainment such as making it easier for actors to breathe when they're wearing masks or costumes with someone inside them who needs air circulating through their costume's mask at all times while they're performing onstage!

Propylene glycol has many other uses outside of these two specific examples mentioned above too--it's often used in food service applications because it helps prevent mold from growing on foods stored within refrigerators or freezers over long periods time without harming anyone who eats them later down line!

Propylene glycol is used as a solvent in many pharmaceuticals, including oral, injectable and topical formulations, such as for diazepam and lorazepam which are insoluble in water

A solvent is a substance that dissolves another substance. If you have ever tried to dissolve sugar in water, you know that it takes time and effort to get the sugar, which is solid and comparatively large, to mix with the liquid. However, if you add a spoonful of vinegar to your water-sugar solution, the vinegar will speed up this process because it is much smaller than the sugar crystals. Vinegar makes the water "wetter" or more polar so that it has an easier time attaching itself to larger molecules like those in sucrose (sugar).

Propylene glycol is used as a solvent in many pharmaceuticals, including oral, injectable and topical formulations such as for diazepam and lorazepam which are insoluble in water but readily dissolved at high concentrations of propylene glycol (70%) or higher with lower toxicity than ethanol base solutions.

Propylene glycol can be used in many places where non-toxic antifreeze is needed

Propylene glycol is a non-toxic antifreeze. It's used in many places where non-toxic antifreeze is needed, including:

  • Food and pharmaceuticals

  • Theatrical productions

  • Solvent for other chemicals (including flavorings)

Conclusion

Propylene glycol is a great alternative to ethylene glycol, which has been shown to be toxic in high concentrations. Propylene glycol is also used as an antifreeze and solvent in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

Pharmaceutical Grade Propylene Glycol Base, perfect for making your own e liquids, our Propylene Glycol is not diluted before use and full COA is available for both products. Save time and try using our PG mix.

Propylene Glycol is a key component in making high quality E liquids.

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We understand that once you have placed your order, you will be looking to receive your goods as soon as possible. If you complete your order before 1pm Monday to Friday, we will despatch your package the same day. Orders placed after this time will be despatched the following working day. We are not able to ship orders at the weekend or on public holidays.

Free deliveries

You will benefit from free UK delivery when you spend at least £40. If you qualify for free delivery, your package will be sent via Royal Mail Tracked 48®. This is a 2-4 days service. If your order is urgent, you can still choose the enhanced delivery service, Royal Mail Tracked 24®, but will be charged £6.50 for this.

UK delivery options

All orders are despatched via tracked Royal Mail services. If your package is not received in person, Royal Mail may use GPS data and photographic evidence as proof of delivery. Your despatch confirmation email will feature the tracking number you need together with a link to the Royal Mail Tracking system. You are also able to view the details of your order, including the tracking number, by logging into your account.

Royal Mail Tracked 48® £3.99

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Delivery in two to four working days

Royal Mail Tracked 24® £6.99

Tracked to delivery point

Delivery the next working day but this is not guaranteed

Priority Royal Mail Tracked 24® £9.99

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Tracked to delivery point

Delivery the next working day but this is not guaranteed

Please note that deliveries to Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands, the Isle of Man and other offshore islands may take longer than the quoted delivery aims.

International delivery options

We deliver to most European destinations. Packages are shipped via the Royal Mail International Standard service. Shipments cannot be tracked via this service and the delivery aim is 5-10 working days. Deliveries to remote locations and offshore islands may take longer.

We also ship to selected destinations outside of Europe. Packages under 2kg are sent via the Royal Mail International Standard service. Heavier packages are despatched via alternative providers including UPS, DHL and FedEx. The charges are as follows:

European destinations: £24.99

Rest of the World: £45.00

Where’s your order?

The vast majority of shipments that we send do arrive within the delivery times stated above. However, occasionally, deliveries may be delayed due to circumstances beyond our control or that of the chosen carrier. If you feel that your order should have arrived but you have not received it, please contact us and we will do everything we can to locate your order and to achieve delivery.

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