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Isopropyl Alcohol 99.9% Purity


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Isopropyl alcohol, isopropanol or 2-propanol evaporates very quickly without leaving any residue.

It is a colorless, flammable alcohol, with an intense odor and very miscible with water.

It is used for cleaning glass, DVD and other electronic devices, as a disinfectant and also in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry.

99.9% purity.

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When talking about alcohol, alcoholic beverages or the one bought in pharmacies to heal wounds always comes to mind. However, there are more types of alcohol that are very useful for other tasks.

One of these types of alcohol is known as isopropyl alcohol or isopropanol, which is used for different purposes, the most common being those related to cleaning or disinfection. But these are not its only uses, since isopopyl alcohol also has numerous applications in the industrial field. Something that you must take into account when using this type of alcohol is that it is a flammable product, so it is essential to use it with care.

What is isopropyl alcohol or isopropanol

Isopropyl alcohol is not ethyl alcohol like the one from the drugstore. It is a chemical compound that also receives other names such as isopranol, propanol or API, among others. The main characteristics of this product is that it is colorless and has a strong odor, although its aroma may vary depending on the product that contains this type of alcohol.

Its texture is usually like that of any other alcohol, but when it is in very low and extremely cold temperatures it is noticeable that it is more dense and thick. There are people who describe its touch as a kind of syrup or syrup.

If we talk about the characteristics of isopropyl alcohol, it is worth emphasizing that it is a highly flammable chemical compound, so great care must be taken when it is used, how it is used and where it is stored or stored. It is best to keep the product containing this type of alcohol well away from heat sources.

What is isopropyl alcohol or isopropanol for - the uses

Now that we know what this product is, we have to talk about what isopropyl alcohol or isopropanol is for. In general, this alcohol is used mainly as a disinfectant, although it can have many other uses. The most common are:

Disinfectant: this type of alcohol is used as a disinfectant, for example, for the hands. In fact, it is common for products such as wipes or some hand gels to contain a certain percentage of isopropyl alcohol, since this prevents microorganisms from proliferating and growing. A particularity for which, sometimes, it is used to avoid or kill pests.

Cleaning: isopropyl alcohol or isopropanol is also used to clean certain objects such as electronic equipment -as long as they are disconnected and cold-, and all those surfaces where marks or fingerprints are common. In addition, it is useful for cleaning windows or mirrors, blinds and floors, as well as for removing neck marks on clothing, among other possible uses at home.

Pharmacy and medicine: Isopropyl alcohol or isopropanol is also used in this sector to preserve biological samples in a laboratory or for use in cosmetic products to prevent them from foaming. This is the case of tonics, purifying masks, etc.

Automotive: this alcohol is also used in the automotive industry, as it is one of the additives that are added to fuel. In addition, it is useful to prevent the water in the vehicle from freezing when it is very cold, although it can also have de-icing effects. In the industries of this sector or in workshops, it is also often used to remove grease and oil from surfaces, machines or tools.

Industry: Isopropyl alcohol is used in other industries as well. For example, it is used as a solvent in paints or stains, as well as a solvent in resins and essential oils.