Ethylene glycol is produced from ethylene oxide. An ethylene oxide plant is normally integrated with an ethylene glycol plant. The aqueous ethylene oxide solution from the ethylene oxide plant is fed into a reactor. In the reactor, ethylene oxide is converted into hydrated glycol and triethylene glycol to produce monoethylene glycol and a small amount of diethylene. In an evaporation system, water is evaporated from the glycol-water mixture. The evaporated water is recycled to the ethylene oxide plant. We provide quality and reliable services to you with our plate heat exchangers used in the facilities during these processes and our wide range of products.