We offer a broad range of ethanol products that are carefully tailored to customers’ needs. We are able to offer unique, high-quality ethanol products thanks to double filtration, the painstaking selection of analytical and organoleptic properties and the exact strength adjustment with purified water. This ensures that customers are supplied with ethanol grades that are not only precisely tailored to their requirements but are also highly reliable in terms of absolute consistency with respect to the desired quality and product properties. This high quality standard – achieved for alcosuisse ethanol products thanks to elaborate production steps – is extremely important given that the quality of crude ethanol from a particular producer can vary considerably.
We also offer all our ethanol grades to our customers in combination with a broad range of denaturants.
Providing various certificates with deliveries is also increasingly important. To meet our own high quality requirements, we can provide product certificates, confirmations and other forms of documentation. alcosuisse has a wealth of experience in this area and always aims to prepare and deliver the corresponding documents to its customers.
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All "E11"- and "F11"-designated grades can be used for the processing of alcoholic beverages for consumption.
The broad product range of alcosuisse is shown below. Please feel free to contact us – we will be happy to advise you.
F25-A Ethanol from agricultural raw material
F25-A-MEK Ethanol from agricultural raw material denatured with 2% MEK
S15 Ethanol from agricultural raw material
F15-A-MEK-BITREX Ethanol for « chimney without conduit»
F15-BIO-BV Organic Ethanol CH-BioV
F15-BIO Organic Ethanol
F15-BIO-Knospe Organic Ethanol Bud
F11-BIO-BV Organic Ethanol CH-BioV (to purpose of drink)
F11-BIO-Knospe Organic Ethanol Bud (to purpose of drink)
F11-W Ethanol from Wine (to purpose of drink)
No licence is required for the procurement of completely denatured ethanol (e.g. when used as fuel). By contrast, according to the Swiss Alcohol Act a licence is required for the purchase and use of undenatured ethanol.