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Isopropanol Alcohol IPA 99.99% (Family Grade) Isopropyl

Isopropanol Alcohol dissolves a wide range of non-polar compounds. It also evaporates quickly, leaves nearly zero oil traces, compared to ethanol, and is relatively non-toxic, compared to alternative solvents.


Isopropanol Alcohol IPA 99.99% (Family Grade) Isopropyl

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Isopropanol Alcohol IPA 99.99% Family Grade

Isopropanol Alcohol 99.99% also known as IPA, is a colourless, flammable liquid with a strong odour that evaporates quickly. It dissolves a wide range of non-polar compounds and leaves nearly zero oil traces. Compared to alternative solvents isopropanol alcohol is relatively non-toxic,  as a result it is used widely as a cleaning fluid, disinfectant, Fuel Additive, solvent and for its Pharmaceutical and Medical Applications.

Isopropanol alcohol’s ability to dissolve oils lead it to being used to clean a wide range of electronic devices such as contact pins, magnetic tape and disk heads (such as Audio and video tape recorders and floppy disk drives), the lenses of lasers in optical disc drives (e.g., CD, DVD) and removing thermal paste from heatsinks and IC packages (such as CPUs).

IPA is also used in the making of Rubbing alcohol,  hand sanitizer, and disinfecting pads that typically contain a 30–70% solution of isopropyl alcohol depending on the exact use.


Frequently asked questions:

  1. What is IPA?

Isopropanol alcohol is a clear and flammable liquid with a sharp odour and is most commonly used in the making of rubbing alcohol. It is also used in the making of skin and hair products, dyes, antifreeze and perfumes.  its chemical composition (C3H8O).

  1. What are the uses of IPA?

The various applications of isopropanol alcohol are cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, treating minor wounds, as solvent, Hospitals, cleanrooms, and electronics or medical device manufacturing.

  1. Is IPA safe to use on the skin?

IPA is safe for use on the skin along with precautions, possible skin reactions, follow guidelines for proper usage.

  1. Can IPA damage plastic?

Isopropanol alcohol generally does not damage most common plastics like HDPE and LDPE. However, it can cause damage to plastics such as polycarbonate, PVC, and acrylic.

  1. Can IPA be used to kill germs and bacteria?

IPA is commonly used as a disinfectant and antiseptic agent due to its ability to kill germs, bacteria, and viruses. However, the appropriate concentration is vital for effectiveness.

  1. What is the recommended concentration of IPA for disinfection?

The ideal concentration is typically (60-70%) of isopropanol alcohol to achieve effective disinfection and a warning against using higher concentrations, which may be less effective.

  1. Can IPA be used to clean electronic devices?

Isopropanol alcohol can be used to clean electronic devices, such as keyboards, mousepads, computer monitors, laptop exteriors, game controllers, screens and circuit boards, due to its effectiveness to clean and quickly evaporate.

  1. Can IPA remove ink stains?

Isopropyl alcohol eats aways and disintegrates water-based printer ink and this allows you to wash out and remove the stain much easier. Isopropyl alcohol is also safe to use on most materials and should not degrade or discolour any of the clothing that it is applied to but the results may vary depending on the type of ink and material being treated.

  1. Is it safe to mix isopropanol alcohol with other substances?

Mixing isopropanol alcohol with certain substances, such as bleach or ammonia can produce toxic fumes that could cause damage to your eyes, lungs and liver so it should be strictly avoided.

  1. Can isopropanol alcohol cause any side effects or allergies?

The potential side effects include skin rash, itching, dryness and redness or respiratory irritation caused by excessive or prolonged exposure to isopropanol alcohol. Seek medical advice if needed.


Top 10 uses:

  1. Cleaning agent: Isopropanol alcohol is commonly used as a cleaning agent, especially for electronic devices and delicate surfaces. It effectively removes dirt, oils, and grime without leaving residue.
  2. Disinfectant: Isopropanol alcohol is a powerful disinfectant that kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It is commonly used to clean wounds, sterilize medical equipment, and sanitize surfaces in healthcare settings.
  3. Hand sanitizer: Isopropanol alcohol is a key ingredient in many hand sanitizers. It helps kill germs and bacteria on your hands when soap and water are not readily available.
  4. Antiseptic: Isopropanol alcohol is used as an antiseptic to clean and disinfect minor cuts, burns, and scrapes. It helps prevent infection and aids in the healing process.
  5. Solvent: Isopropanol alcohol is a versatile solvent. It can dissolve many common substances, making it useful for cleaning ink stains, removing adhesive residues, and diluting paints or varnishes.
  6. De-icer: Isopropanol alcohol is often added to windshield washer fluids and de-icing solutions. It helps to prevent freezing and remove ice or frost from car windshields, aircraft surfaces, and other frozen areas.
  7.  Fuel additive: Isopropanol alcohol is used as a fuel additive in some gasoline blends. It improves the combustion efficiency, helps prevent engine deposits, and reduces emissions.
  8. Cooling agent: Isopropanol alcohol has a low freezing point, and when applied to the skin, it has a cooling effect. This property makes it useful for cooling feverish or overheated individuals, or for soothing minor burns.
  9. Ink remover: IPA can effectively remove ink stains from various surfaces, including fabrics, carpets, and hard surfaces like countertops or desks.
  10. Electronics cleaning: IPA is widely used to clean electronics, such as computer circuit boards, mobile phones, and keyboards. It helps remove dust, dirt, and smudges without damaging sensitive components.

Item specifications for IPA:

  1. Chemical Name: Isopropanol
  2. Chemical Formula: C3H8O
  3. Common Names: Isopropyl Alcohol, IPA, 2-propanol, rubbing alcohol
  4. Purity/Concentration: 99.99%
  5. Grade/Type: Technical grade, pharmaceutical grade, laboratory grade and family grade
  6. Appearance: Liquid form
  7. Odour: Alcohol odour
  8. Solubility: Soluble in water and many organic solvents
  9. Boiling Point: Approximately 82-83°C (179-181°F)
  10. Flash Point: Varies with the concentration, typically around 12-24°C (54-75°F)
  11. Density: Varies with concentration, typically around 0.785 g/cm3

Highly flammable liquid and vapour.

Causes serious eye irritation.

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surface. – No smoking.

IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing.

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