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Troy Introduces Mergal® WP45, a Wet-state Preservative for Aqueous Wood Coatings

Published on 2015-08-04. Author : SpecialChem

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – The production of aqueous wood coating systems presents a number of challenges for manufacturers, particularly contamination. To address this need, Troy introduces advanced Mergal® WP45, a broad-spectrum wet-state preservative for the control of contamination and spoilage-causing microorganisms in the manufacturing environment. Mergal® WP45 is a fast-acting preservative, enabling rapid control of contamination situations; the product also offers a long-term preservation component.

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Formulated for optimum efficacy, Mergal® WP45 offers cost-effective materials protection at very low use rates, enabling manufacturers to balance cost control with performance objectives. Mergal® WP45 is based on OIT (octyl-isothiazolinone) technology, providing highly effective activity against bacteria, molds, and yeast.

“Mergal® WP45 offers the highest potency biocide chemistry in materials protection,” says Troy’s Dr. Izzy Colon, Vice President, Science & Technology. “The incorporation of isothiazolinone delivers more microbial control per active pound of biocide than any other technology available. As a result,” continues Colon, “Mergal® WP45 is highly cost-effective, and has a minimal environmental footprint because of its high activity at very low use levels.”

About Troy

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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