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IPA / isopropyl alcohol / Propan-2-ol

£105.46£691.70

200LTR Drum … 691.70 +vat – Please contact office for pricing

25LTR Poly … £152.52 +vat

10LTR Poly £105.46 + vat

Prices include delivery to Mainland UK.

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Description

Isopropyl alcohol, also known as propan-2-ol or IPA, is a volatile solvent cleaner effective for the removal of oils and greases. IPA is widely used on electrical components, e.g. as a solder flux remover. It is miscible with water and also dissolves a wide range of non-polar compounds. IPA is flammable and must be handled with the same care given to other flammable liquids.

Note: This oil / solvent has not borne excise duty and may not be used as heating fuel, motor fuel or additive or extender to motor fuel.

Safety Data Sheet
Isopropanol CAS 67-63-0 SDS

Additional information

Size

10 Litre Poly, 25 Litre Poly, 200 Litre Drum

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