Isopropyl Alcohol 70% (Disinfectant)
Isopropyl Alcohol 70% (Disinfectant)
Isopropyl Alcohol 70% (Disinfectant)
Isopropyl Alcohol 70% (Disinfectant)

Isopropyl Alcohol 70% (Disinfectant)

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Note: SCDF P&FM storage licence is required if the quantity purchased, stored or kept exceed the licence exemption quantity (i.e. 20 litres for most P&FM).

Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) 70% (DISINFECTANT)

Molecular formula: C3H8O or C3H7OH

Concentration: 70%

Synonyms: Isopropanol, dimethyl carbinol; sec-propyl alcohol, 2-propanol

It is noted for its disinfectant properties, but has also been used in solvents and other chemical applications. Isopropyl alcohol as found in rubbing alcohol (which is composed of 70 percent) can be a useful chemical to keep in your home to help destroy organisms such as bacteria, viruses and household pests. 

Spraying a light mist of isopropyl/rubbing alcohol over hard surfaces and allowing to air dry can kill bacteria on that surface.


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Under the Fire Safety (Petroleum and Flammable Materials) Regulations, storage and transportation of petroleum and flammable materials (P&FM) is under the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) licensing control.

  • Anyone who intends to store or transport petroleum and flammable materials beyond the stipulated exemption quantities are required to obtain a licence from SCDF. 
  • If you do not possess the P&FM storage license, we request that you activate an order only when you have fully consumed the P&FM products in your premise to ensure that you do not stock P&FM products exceeding SCDF’s stipulated exemption quantity.
  • Best Chemical Co (S) Pte Ltd holds no responsibility for violations beyond our control. Storage and transport licence is not required if the quantity stored or transported is below the licence exemption quantity (i.e. 20 litres for most P&FM). 
  • All storage of P&FM, regardless of quantity stored, have to comply with fire safety requirements for storage of flammable materials.

Visit SCDF website for more information.