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Troy Corporation Introduces Mergal® GLT25 & GLT50 Wet-state Preservatives for Coatings

Published on 2016-01-15. Author : SpecialChem

FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- Troy Corporation announces the introduction of Mergal® GLT25 & GLT50 wet-state preservatives offering broad-spectrum protection against bacteria and fungi in aqueous systems. The formaldehyde-free preservatives, available in two concentrations, are highly cost-effective and offer excellent short- and medium-term protection of aqueous systems. Mergal GLT25 & GLT50 are registered for use in a broad range of use areas in industrial, institutional, and consumer products and processes, from coatings and slurries to energy industry applications, metalworking fluids, wastewater systems, and numerous others.

Fig. 1: Troy Corporation Introduces Mergal® GLT25
& GLT50 Wet-state Preservatives for Coatings

“Troy endeavors to offer the broadest selection of active chemistries possible, to give formulators greater flexibility and more performance, cost, and environmental advantages,” says Dr. Izzy Colon, Vice President of Science & Technology at Troy. “Mergal GLT25 & GLT50 are important additions to the Troy portfolio of preservatives, enabling highly cost-effective protection of a diversity of systems.”

About Troy Corporation

Troy Corporation develops and manufactures specialty materials that enhance the properties and performance of its customers’ products and processes, and is committed to helping manufacturers meet global requirements for compliance and sustainability. Founded in 1950, Troy is headquartered in Florham Park, New Jersey with sales offices throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Troy materials are used and available in over 100 countries worldwide.

Source: Troy Corporation

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