denatured alcohol


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Related to denatured alcohol: rubbing alcohol, isopropyl alcohol
  • noun

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ethyl alcohol that is unfit for drinking but is still useful for other purposes

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However, those tend to be "dirty" fuels and you'll notice more smoke than if you used denatured alcohol.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 The Global and Chinese Denatured Alcohol Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global denatured alcohol industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
IF YOU ARE PERFORMING AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND ARE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN EPA REGULATIONS, THE DENATURED ALCOHOL YOU'RE USING FOR HAND-WIPE CLEANING MAY OR MAY NOT BE COMPLIANT.
TOM: The same question should be asked of denatured alcohol.
If there''s a stain left from the wax dye, clean it with a sponge, denatured alcohol and water.
Water is the thinner used in water-based paint, while turpentine, mineral spirits and denatured alcohol are thinners associated with different solvent-based coatings; the liquid is used to thin the coating.
The cleaning solution usually is no more than denatured alcohol.
Trichloroethylene, methyl ethyl ketone, isopropyl alcohol, acetone, and denatured alcohol shall not be used in any manufacturing areas without prior approval from the EH&S office.
The suit has yet to be devised, but what is available are such feathery items as a four-tenths ounce alcohol-powered stove that boils 2 cups of water in five minutes or less with fewer than than 1 ounce of denatured alcohol.
Sponge final traces of oily stain with denatured alcohol and water (1 part alcohol, 2 parts water).
The featherweight burner uses denatured alcohol, which can be stored in plastic water bottles, much lighter than gas or propane stored in metal cannisters.
Testing was done on the engine using Diesel fuel, kerosene, Sterno, and denatured alcohol.
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