What is Specially Denatured Alcohol?
Specially Denatured Alcohol (SDA) is alcohol to which denaturants have been added to pure alcohol rendering it undrinkable. Manufacturers of industrial and some food applications can use SDA in the manufacturing of any product that is not intended for consumption. SDA is commonly used in cosmetic, pharmaceutical, chemical manufacturing, and industrial applications where SDA is the solvent or reactant. SDA requires a Specially Denatured Alcohol permit to purchase, which can be applied for directly with the Alcohol, Tobacco, Tax & Trade Bureau (TTB).
What does 190/200 Proof Specially Denatured Alcohol 35-A consist of?
For every SDA, there is a government approved denaturant that is added per the formulation set forth. 190/200 Proof Specially Denatured Alcohol 35-A formulation is unique. For every 100 gallons of pure alcohol, our plant will add 4.25 gallons of ethyl acetate to meet the requirements of this formulation. The 190/200 Proof Specially Denatured Alcohol 35-A is authorized, but not limited to the uses of processing food products, antibiotics, candy glazes, or other miscellaneous products.
What packaging size is 190/200 Proof Specially Denatured Alcohol 35-A stocked in?
Ultra Pure can offer our 190/200 Proof Specially Denatured Alcohol 35-A in 55-gallon drums, 270-gallon totes, and 6,500-gallon tankers. Reach out to our Industrial Team today to learn if this SDA is right for your application!