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Water-based dry film preservative protects against fungi and algae

Dow Microbial Control : 02 April, 2011  (New Product)
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.
Bioban 358 is a combination of DCOIT, OIT and Diuron active substances which does not contain carbendazim, VOC or IPBC. Its active ingredients do not contain heavy metals. Its performance is characterized by excellent fungal control and extra protection against algae. It is therefore a perfect complement to the company’s existing DCOIT platform. BIOBAN 358 is the result of high class formulation development and extensive performance testing.

Bioban 358 is a water-based dispersion, exhibiting excellent formulation compatibility and even at low dose levels is capable, under controlled conditions of maintaining long-term, effective protection against both fungi and algae.

“Dow Microbial Control is committed to developing new preservatives for the paints and coatings industry that meet evolving market needs as well as the most stringent requirements in quality and regulatory compliance ” said Celso Magri, Global Strategic Marketing Manager, Dow Microbial Control. “Bioban 358 is a water-based dispersion, exhibiting excellent formulation compatibility and even at low dose levels is capable, under controlled conditions of maintaining long-term, effective protection against both fungi and algae. 358 offers a variety of benefits for dry film formulations while also being widely compatible with a broad range of raw materials during the formulation.”
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