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Dow Microbial Control
Buchs
Switzerland
[t] +41 44 728 26 65
Dow Microbial Control provides long-term viable and sustainable microbial control, including:

Process Preservation Chemistries
Formulation Expertise
Preservation and Dry Film Fungicides
Water Treatment Chemistries
Sanitizing and Disinfection Chemistries
Regulatory and Toxicology Research

In 2009, Dow had annual sales of $45 billion and employed approximately 52,000 people worldwide. The Company
DCOIT (4,5-Dichloro-2-octyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one) recommended by EU Competent Authorities for approval for anti-fouling products
06 April, 2011
After five years of evaluation and following stringent and demanding risk assessment methodology, Dow Microbial Controls' active substance DCOIT has been recommended for approval and inclusion into Annex I of the Biocidal Products Directive for Product Type 21 antifouling products.
Water-based dry film preservative protects against fungi and algae
02 April, 2011
Dow Microbial Control has launched a new dry-film preservative, BIOBANTM 358. BIOBAN preservatives help protect a wide range of paints and coatings formulations from microbial contamination.
Active biocide for in-can protection of paint and coatings
30 March, 2011
Dow Microbial Control has launched a new class of isothiazalone antimicrobial compounds to the paint and coatings industry. Called Bioban Mbit, this new chemistry has broad spectrum activity against bacteria, mold and yeasts, closing the gaps associated with many conventional means of microbial control.
 
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