Product index of 464 dry film anti-mildew agent

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Composition: 2-n-octyl-4-isothiazoline-3-one
Appearance: light yellow transparent liquid
Odor: neutral
Solubility: soluble in water
Stability: stable under storage conditions of no light, PH3-10 and below 100℃













The lowest inhibitory concentration MIC (5
Low water solubility, good light stability, good thermal stability and low toxicity.
The germicidal spectrum is defective. At high pH, ​​that is, on a new plaster layer with insufficient curing period, the white paint may be discolored.
BCM is a low-toxicity antifungal agent. The acute oral 1.D 50 of rats is greater than 15000mg/kg, and the oral LD50 of mice is 5000mg/kg. No carcinogenic effects have
been found in animal experiments. It is low toxic to fish and bees. The daily allowable intake ADI=0.25mg/kg.
Application situation
In water-based paint, the general dosage is 0.5%~1.0%. It can be used in combination with other anti-mold components for better effect.
Examples of products
The antifungal agents in this category include ActicideS R 1138, Roc ima 320, My-c avoid CM, Prevent olB CM and so on. Many domestic pesticide factories also have this
2-octyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one (2-octyl-4-iso thi az olin-3-one, O IT) is also a commonly used antifungal agent, and its structural formula is:
l. Physical and chemical properties
O IT has stable chemical properties at room temperature, is soluble in propylene glycol, and has a solubility of 480mg/kg in water.
2. Antibacterial properties
The minimum inhibitory concentration of O IT for mold and bacteria is MIC see,
IT minimum inhibitory concentration for molds and bacteria MIC 010
Sprouting Raspberry
Aspergillus oryzae
Bacillus subtilis
Escherichia coli
Advantages: Broad-spectrum sterilization, anti-mildew and anti-algae. 4. Disadvantages The water solubility is large, the coating film is easily washed off by rain,
and it is irritating to the skin. 5. Toxicity This type of antifungal agent, such as Skane M-8, lanco wax pp 1362 has a rat acute oral LD50=760mg/kg, and a rat acute skin LDso=690mg/kg.


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