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MG Chemicals 99.9% Isopropyl Alcohol Liquid Cleaner, 945 mL (1 US Quart)
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- General all-purpose cleaner
- Safe on plastics
- 99.9 Percent pure anhydrous
- Low toxicity
- Perfect for use on fiber optics
- NSF - Nonfood Compounds Program Listed K2, NSF Registration #144030
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||779008824139 , 779008824115|
|EAN||0779008824139 , 0779008824115|
|Manufacturer Series Number||824|
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|Brand Name||MG Chemicals|
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"MG Chemicals Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) liquid is a high purity, multipurpose cleaner and solvent. The purity level meets Grade A standard for MIL Spec TT-I-735A and ASTM D770, ensuring that no contamination occurs from its use. As a cleaner, it is fully miscible in water and most organic fluids, making it good at dissolving dirt, light organic contaminants, and ionic flux residues. Since the 824 is highly anhydrous (without water) and hygroscopic (absorbs humidity), it readily scavenges water off surfaces, trapping the water in the IPA solution as an azeotropic mixture. This helps to dehumidify surfaces. As a solvent, it acts as a moderate evaporation, ‘plastic safe’ diluent and is used to improve the properties of paint resins and other heterogeneous solid mixtures. Therefore, it serves as a useful carrier solvent to adjust the rheological properties and compatibilities of complex mixtures. Due to IPA’s volatility, it resists entrapment in the coating. As it dries, it gives off a very light odor, which is not bothersome but serves as a cue to limit over-exposure due to poor ventilation. Applications & Usages Since Isopropyl Alcohol is safe for most plastics, seals, ceramics, and printed circuit board components, it is used heavily in the electronics industry. It is great for cleaning screens, stencils, fiber optics, cables, keypads, printed circuit board components, or electrical contacts and connectors. It is also used to clean oxides and grime on audio or video tape heads. It effectively removes light greases, oils, and flux without adding additional residues to contacts, relays, and circuit boards connectors. It is quick drying relative to water. Further, it can be used to wash off more aggressive organic solvents like acetone or toluene. Liquid Isopropyl Alcohol general all-purpose cleaner. Safe on plastics. 99.9 Percent pure anhydrous. Meets Mil. spec. #TT-1-735A. For use on: PC boards, connectors and contacts, fiber optics, semi-conductors, printed circuit boards, tape heads, light oils, office and medical equipment, relays, flux. Color: Clear. Purity: 99.9 percent by weight. Refract. Index: 1.3766 (20 C.). Water: 0.01 percent by weight. Specific gravity: 0.7832 (25/25 C). Nonvol: 0.0 mg/50mL. Titratable acid: 0.13mL 02nNaOH. Size: 945mL bottle. RoHS Compliant. "
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Don't think 91 % is close...it is not even in the same category of water displacement.
. It can also be used (with high probability of salvation) to save electronics that have been immersed. . GET BATTERY OUT BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE.
Even a DSLR can be saved in many cases. Don't even think about how it might damage a DSLR that has been submerged, (salt water especially) The camera is already dead. This is like CPR.. It will need a technician, but without the pretreat with 99% alcohol it has zero chance of survival. Trust me, I am a professional in getting a camera wet. . 99/100% alcohol or no chance for the camera to live again.
ALSO best used for cleaning prior to using any sort of adhesive label, Velcro with adhesive backing etc.,
I keep a lab squirt bottle full of this stuff around the shop at all times. It's a very good cleaning agent and solvent but there is almost nothing it will damage in the process, unlike solvents like acetone.
The other nice thing is that it evaporates leaving nothing behind, so it's great for cleaning electronic circuit boards (usually with some assistance from a soft bristle brush like a toothbrush). As long as you let the board dry for a few minutes after cleaning, it can be put back into service quickly.
I spent the evening assembling RF cables using PL-259s and I ALWAYS get flux on the center pin. Using a swab dipped into this alcohol it wiped right off. I bought the quart size and decanted it into smaller (glass) bottles for the workbench. I figured it would stay "fresher" that way.
The whole point of this alcohol is that is contains no water (okay 0.1% water) but the label says that if using the product in California, you must mix it with 25% water, which, of course, would negate the whole idea. Nuts.
* Electronic board cleaner.
* CPU/Heatsink/thermal paste cleaner.
* Glass cleaner.
* VCR Heads (20 years ago).
* Laser diodes.
* Clean LCD screens.
* Phone cleaner.
* Sterilize medical instruments (useful in a first aid kit).
* Vaporizer cleaner.
* Vehicle headlight restoration (in conjunction with Ammonia).
You won't find a better price at this purity, then this stuff. I will definitely purchase again when it runs out.
• 1/2 cup alcohol
• 2 cups water
• 6-8 drops Dawn dish soap
• 3-4 drops scented oil (optional)
Start by pouring the alcohol into the spray bottle, followed by the dish soap. Next, add several drops of essential oil and fill the rest of the bottle up with water.
Great for removing oils from glass, great for everything solvent wise. I don't know how I went most of my life without 99.99% isopropyl.