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New chemistries for in-can and dry-film preservation

Monday, 20 July 2009

Talk about new active ingredients as well as delivery systems and controlled release technologies are being developed to address needs for in-can and dry-film preservation, as well as for newapplications such as antimicrobial surfaces at ECC "Novel Biocide Technolgoy IV”

Arrival of the BPD (Biocidal Products Directive) and other changes in the regulatory environment are driving many innovations and developments in the biocides industry. Labelling thresholds or other use limitations were established for a number of active ingredients causing significant changes around in-can and film preservative packages. It is generally anticipated this trend will continue and choices will decrease. Gerhard Tiedke, Dow Miocrobial Control, Switzerland talks at the European Coatings Conference "Novel Biocide Technology IV" about new active ingredients as well as delivery systems and controlled release technologies are being developed to address needs for in-can and dry-film preservation, as well as for new applications such as antimicrobial surfaces.

Source: Dow

Source: Dow

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www.european-coatings.com/events

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