Performance of paint dry film anti-mildew agent 101

2021-10-16   Pageview:704

This product is a long-lasting environmental protection anti-mildew agent. It can effectively inhibit and kill the mold, algae, fading and discoloration of the product. It does not contain any metal ions, volatile solvents, formaldehyde and other highly toxic ingredients, and is widely used in water-based emulsions, emulsion paints and water-based adhesives.












R46—may damage heredity: R60—may damage reproduction: R61—may be harmful to unborn children; R52/53 may be harmful to aquatic organisms and may cause long-term negative effects on the water environment; R51/53 may be toxic to aquatic organisms, and may be harmful The water environment causes long-term negative effects; R50/53 is very toxic to aquatic organisms, and may cause long-term negative effects on the water environment.
S53 has special instructions before use to avoid contact: S45-contact or discomfort, that is, consult a doctor: S60-the article and its packaging must be treated as dangerous goods: S61-avoid being discharged into the environment, see the material safety table.

The EU member states should change the content of the 29th technical revision of the (European Hazardous Substances Guidelines) into their own national legislation before October 31, 2005. It is assumed that the content of benzomazole methyl carbamate in the antifungal agent is 10%. If the amount of mold agent added to the coating formulation is 1%, the content of benzimidazole carbamate in the coating is just 0.1%. That is to say, when the additive amount in the coating formula is equal to or greater than 1%, it must be clearly stated; when it is less than 1%, no marking is required. It is also believed that in Europe, methyl benzimidazole carbamate can be used in more than 30 kinds of vegetables and fruits. It can be used in food, but it is restricted in paint, polypropylene for wax melts which is difficult to understand.

“European Biocidal Products Directive” (European Biocidal Products Directive) requires a risk assessment of antibacterial products, not a risk assessment. The risk assessment is only based on the effect and dosage to obtain toxicity data. Risk assessment includes risk assessment and exposure analysis, that is, in the environment, the concentration analysis of antibacterial products and time [2, that is, the concentration analysis of the entire life cycle of antibacterial products.


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