Precision 70% IPA Wipes use isopropyl alcohol. Isopropanol is commonly used as a disinfectant and as an antiseptic. It has limited residual activity due to evaporation, which results in brief contact times unless the surface is submerged, and have a limited activity in the presence of organic material.
Alcohols are most effective when combined with purified water to facilitate diffusion through the cell membrane.
A mixture of 70% isopropanol diluted in water is effective against a wide spectrum of bacteria as well as leaving surfaces residue free.
Tritex material is made by bonding layers of spunbond and meltblown polypropylene fibres together in a high heat process before a hydrophilic coating is applied. This material is 100% synthetic.
The material offers high strength in both directions – across and along the wipe.
Very low linting – low risk of leaving contaminating fibres on surfaces.
Excellent solution retention – ensuring even wetness throughout the wipe.
Efficient solution release – active wipe ingredients are transferred to the surface rather than being trapped in the wipe material fibres.