USP-Grade Solvents – Here’s Why Isopropyl Alcohol Quality Matters, Especially For Manufacturing, Cleanrooms & Electronics
The United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) is a nonprofit scientific organization that develops and disseminates public quality standards for medicines, food, and supplements. USP-grade certification ensures that isopropyl alcohol meets stringent purity, potency, and concentration. Manufacturing, packaging, and storage must adhere to strict guidelines, and all production facilities must uphold FDA registration and inspection. These specifications improve consistency and safety for industrial, pharmaceutical, flavor & fragrance, or lab use.
For any use of isopropyl alcohol, it’s essential that the advertised contents reflect the actual reality of the solution. Water to alcohol concentration is a key indicator of efficacy and usefulness of IPA. Quality solvents are essential for cleaning delicate electronics or other sensitive items. Poor packaging, handling, and dismal quality control produce excessive water content, impurities, and evaporation, especially when IPA is stored under bright lights on retail shelves.
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. USP grade quality ensures a minimum isopropyl alcohol solution between 99% – 99.5% while CleanPro IPA averages 99.96% purity.
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Not everyone requires a bulk purchase of IPA, but when purchased in a 4 pack, you can save roughly 50% per gallon. While you might find some surprisingly cheap IPA deals around the internet, the purity and integrity of the product are essential. All PAC isopropyl alcohol is USP-grade certified. Because of PAC’s great relationship with manufacturers, our CleanPro isopropyl alcohol is both extremely affordable and of the highest commercial-grade quality.
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