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  • Aerospace & Defense

    Aerospace & Defense

    Surface preparation and materials application products for government-regulated contracting industries.

  • Automotive
  • Automotive

    Automotive

    Low-linting surface cleaning and preparation products for critical painting and sealing processes.

  • Food & Beverage
  • Food & Beverage

    Food & Beverage

    Meet quality goals and comply with regulations in food and beverage processing with these critical contamination control products.

  • Healthcare
  • Healthcare

    Healthcare

    USP <797>-compliant, low-linting cleanroom cleaning products for use in compounding pharmacies.

  • Medical Device
  • Medical Device

    Medical Device

    Ultra-clean contamination control products for use in biomedical device manufacturing facilities.

  • Microelectronics
  • Microelectronics

    Microelectronics

    Low-linting disposables for use in electronics, printed circuitry, and semiconductor manufacturing.

  • Optics
  • Optics

    Optics

    Soft, non-abrasive wipers and tissues for lens, mirrors, and other scratch-sensitive surfaces.

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Pharmaceutical

    Pharmaceutical

    Cost-effective, gamma-irradiated and validated-sterile surface cleaning products for use in controlled and aseptic environments.

  • Print
  • Print

    Print

    Printhead cleaning wipes and swabs for industrial printers and imaging equipment.

  • University / Research
  • University / Research

    University / Research

    Contamination control products for quality assurance within university laboratories and research facilities.

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Why Isopropyl Alcohol?

Why Isopropyl Alcohol?

IPA is used for cleanroom cleaning. But what about methyl, ethyl or butyl alcohol?
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Phenolic Solutions: Cleaners or Disinfectants?

Cleaner or Disinfectant

A phenolic solution kills surface pathogenic agents, but the phenolic constitutent must be unimpeded.
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