Anhydrous Ethanol (Denatured Ethyl Alcohol) Features:
|Synonym||Ethyl Alcohol Absolute, Dehydrated Ethanol, Anhydrous Ethanol, Ethyl Alcohol 100%|
|Chemical Name||Ethanol Pure 200 Proof|
|Undenatured or Denatured||Denatured|
|Chemical Grade||Ethanol Pure 200 Proof|
|Boiling Point||78°C (173°F)|
|Additional Info||Upper / Lower flammability or explosive limits: 3.3 %(V) / 19 %(V)
Freezing point: -114°C (-173°F)
Relative Density: 0.785 g/mL at 25°C (77°F)
Auto-ignition temperature: 363°C (685°F)
Ethanol (Ethyl Alcohol) Anhydrous Denatured is Hazardous. Hazmat fee required.
Ethyl Alcohol Anhydrous Denatured Shipping Information:
DOT: Alcohol, n.o.s. (ethanol, methanol), 3, UN1987, PG II,
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What Is Tax Free Alcohol?
You do not have to pay excise tax on denatured alcohol. Denatured ethanol products do not require the payment of a Federal Excise Tax. You can buy tax free denatured alcohol from Lab Alley in the United States. Tax-free alcohol is non-denatured alcohol used for non-beverage purposes in scientific research and medicinal uses by educational organizations, hospitals, laboratories, etc. The use of alcohol free of tax is regulated to prevent illegal diversion to taxable beverage use. If you want to obtain an ethyl alcohol permit or download the application for an industrial alcohol user permit from the TTB, click here. For more information on denatured alcohol tax, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, TTB tax, TBB liquor and the excise tax on ethanol, click here.
Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) Phone Numbers
Ethyl Alcohol and SDA Permits | Nonbeverage Drawback Alcohol/Pure Alcohol | Contact Info
If you have questions about industrial alcohol regulations, call the Regulations and Rulings Division of the Alcohol And Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau in Washington, DC at 202-453-2265. If you have questions about non-beverage drawback alcohol formulas and specially denatured alcohol, contact the Scientific Services Division in Ammendale, MD at 240-264-1594. Nonbeverage drawback alcohol is pure alcohol, the same as that used for consumption. However, when a manufacturer uses that alcohol in the production of a food, flavor, medicine or perfume that is approved by the Nonbeverage Products Laboratory as unfit for beverage purposes, he or she can claim a return on most of the distilled spirits excise tax paid. Click here for more contact information.
Specially Denatured Alcohol (SDA) Information From Nonbeverage Products Laboratory
SDA is alcohol to which denaturing materials have been added. Title 27 Code of Federal Regulations part 21 lists all the SDA formulas authorized by TTB. Manufacturers may use SDA in the manufacture of any product that is not intended for consumption. Generally, SDA is used in cosmetic products but its use extends to pharmaceuticals, chemical manufacturing, and products where SDA is the solvent or reactant.
Process for Using SDA
- Obtain a permit from the National Revenue Center to purchase SDA from a distilled spirits plant.
- Complete a formula application, TTB Form 5150.19, Formula and/or Process for Article Made with Specially Denatured Spirits.
Submit completed form to:
Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau
Nonbeverage Products Laboratory
6000 Ammendale Road
Beltsville, MD 20705-1250