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methanol/isopropyl replacement



Forwarded on behalf of Dale Francke--Please respond to P2Tech or Mr. Francke directly.

You might try using ethanol.  You could probably use denatured ethanol (a
little cheaper, no alcohol tax).  They sometimes use methanol in trace
amounts to denature the ethanol and the manufacturer knows methanol doesn't
cause product problems.

Good Luck.

Dale H. Francke, P.E.
Engineering Service Professionals, Inc.
561.486.3909
Fax: 509.756.3985
e-mail:   dale@espsupport.com

Professional Engineer - State of FL
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-----Original Message-----
From: owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net
[mailto:owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net]On Behalf Of Dearnley, Benjamin
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 1:38 PM
To: 'p2tech@great-lakes.net'
Subject: methanol/isopropyl replacement


I am working with a small scale fragrance manufacturer that needs to replace
methanol. The methanol is added with the perfume to distilled water and
mixed. Without the methanol the distilled water and perfume will not mix.
They have tried isopropyl alcohol but it smells and compromises the
fragrance. Any ideas for a substitute?


Thanks in advance,

Ben Dearnley, Environmental Specialist
Toxics and Hazardous Waste Reduction Program
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
17 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 287-7863
(207) 287-2814 fax

benjamin.dearnley@state.me.us <mailto:benjamin.dearnley@state.me.us>
www.state.me.us/dep <http://www.state.me.us/dep>

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