Isopropyl alcohol, most commonly referred to as isopropanol having immense applications, the most common of them being used as cleaning solvent, disinfectants, and in cleanrooms across pharmaceutical and IT industry. Other synonymous names of the compound are dimethyl carbinol, IPA, 2-Propanol, sec-Propyl alcohol and rubbing alcohol. Recently, Best Sanitizers Inc. has recently introduced ready-to-use no rinse RTU to be used for footwear sanitation in food processing industries. The solution will sanitize the soles of the employees. The solution is 58% isopropyl alcohol/quaternary formulation which is completely safe for being used on food contact surfaces. The HACCP SmartStep and HACCP Defender footwear sanitizing systems developed by the company uses a mist of Alpet D2 Surface Sanitizer which is atomized before being used to disinfect footwear soles of employees when they enter cleanroom spaces. As claimed by the company, Alpet D2 is an effective rubber boot and glove sanitizer. Moreover, it is NSF registered and certified by Kosher. It is highly effective as it kills 99.999% of tested harmful bacteria such as E.coli, Salmonella and Listeria. “The HACCP SmartStep and HACCP Defender provide processors with an effective system in the fight against cross-contamination from footwear” as opined by Ryan Witt, Best Sanitizers’ VP of sales and marketing.
There are many reports in the market which offers an insight into the current and future trends, key drivers and restraints, and recent technological innovations brought about by key manufacturers. A recent report added by Prof Research Reports titled “Market Research Report on Global and Chinese Isopropyl Alcohol Industry, 2009-2019”, which takes a closer look at the key drivers and restraints, changing market dynamics along with detailed segmentation and forecast.