Solvents

Wipedown & Disinfecting with Isopropyl Alcohol Wipe What’s the Difference Between Types of IPA?

Different solutions, purity grades, and concentrations yield beneficial cleaning and disinfection properties when applied correctly. Learn more.

70% Isopropyl Alcohol

70% pure isopropyl alcohol is used for disinfecting tools, service areas, and equipment in critical environments. Less flammable than 99% IPA concentrations, it holds 30% moisture content which yields less vapor and removes stubborn residue without becoming overly dry. 70% isopropyl alcohol solution kills most surface microorganisms, and is effective against most bacteria, fungi and some viruses.

99% Isopropyl Alcohol

99% pure isopropyl alcohol cleans delicate electronics and circuit boards with rapid evaporation and minimal residue. Low water content aids cleaning by minimizing exposure to corrosive elements. 99% IPA is ineffective for desterilization because instant coagulation preserves microbes in a dormant stage.

Acetone

Acetone is a flexible solvent, degreaser, and denaturant used for the manufacturing and processing of pharmaceuticals, soldering and reflow of printed circuit boards (PCBs), processing of rubber chemicals, and synthesis of chemical compounds.

USP-Grade Solvents

USP-grade solvents meet essential requirements for quality, potency, consistency, and purity in food service and production, biotech, pharmaceutical, and medical device manufacturing.

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