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Denatured Ethanol or Ethyl Alcohol

Ethanol is miscible with water and many organic solvents. It has a wide array of uses including as an antiseptic, disinfectant, antidote, a depressant, a fuel source and a solvent.

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Denatured Ethyl Alcohol (96% V/V)

Denatured Ethyl Alcohol (99 % V/V)

Denatured Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA) (96% V/V)

Denatured Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA) (99% V/V)

Ethanol (also known as ethyl alcohol, drinking alcohol, grain alcohol, methyl carbinol, TSDA or Ethos) is an organic chemical compound with the chemical formula C2H6O. It is a primary alcohol and the key ingredient present in alcoholic beverages consumed around the world. It is volatile, flammable, clear, colourless with a characteristic vinous odour resembling wine.

Ethanol, also called alcohol, ethyl alcohol and grain alcohol, is a clear, colorless liquid and the principle ingredient in alcoholic beverages like beer, wine or brandy. Because it can readily dissolve in water and other organic compounds, ethanol also is an ingredient in a range of products, from personal care and beauty products to paints and varnishes to fuel.

Personal Care Products

Ethanol is a common ingredient in many cosmetics and beauty products. It acts as an astringent to help clean skin, as a preservative in lotions and to help ensure that lotion ingredients do not separate, and it helps hairspray adhere to hair.

‚ÄčHousehold Products

Ethanol mixes easily with water and many organic compounds, and makes an effective solvent for use in paints, lacquers and varnish, as well as personal care and household cleaning products. As an additive to cleaning products, ethanol is also used as a preservative because it is effective in knocking out organisms that could pose a danger to consumers.

Food Additives

As a food additive, ethanol can help evenly distribute food colouring, as well as enhance the flavour of food extracts. For example, vanilla extract, a common food flavouring, is made by curing and processing vanilla beans in a solution of ethanol and water. In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) only allows vanilla to be called “extract” when it has an alcohol or ethanol base.



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