KOST USA introduces BioChill®, the next generation of heat transfer fluid solutions. These fully formulated, propylene glycol-based products are manufactured from a 100% renewable, bio-based feedstock and can effectively replace the petroleum-derived propylene glycol traditionally used in heat transfer fluids. BioChill products allow customers to meet all performance specifications while reducing their carbon footprint.

BioChill heat transfer fluids have earned U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) BioPreferred® designation. The USDA BioPreferred program promotes increased purchase and use of bio-based products. The green technology benefits of BioChill include use of a renewable/sustainable product and a significant reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) during production, which lowers the carbon footprint.

The BioChill line of heat transfer fluids also offers potential Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) innovation credits. LEED provides building owners and operators with a framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. A newly opened casino in northern Ohio, for example, is now utilizing BioChill products and is expected to obtain a LEED Silver Rating in accordance with the USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council).

BioChill heat transfer fluids are specifically designed for use in:

·         HVAC systems

·         Pharmaceutical and food processing plants

·         Solar and radiant heating systems

·         Process heating and process cooling

·         Ice rinks

·         Playing field subsurface heating

·         Thermal energy storage

·         Sidewalk deicing


KOST USA's heat transfer fluid solutions are backed by a high degree of technical support and service. Whatever your application, our team of experts can provide the support you need to operate and maintain your system for maximum performance. Additionally, our specialists provide our KOSTCare™ Fluid Analysis Program, which provides superior testing that maximizes the life of the fluid and system.