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IPEL® 7001

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by LANXESS
IPEL® 7001 by LANXESS is a broad spectrum microbicide based on zinc pyrithione combined with synthetic compound. It possesses acaricidal action, excellent performance and low toxicity. It is a low VOC, low odor additive offering easy handling, excellent stability and leaching resistance. It shows effectiveness against development, proliferation and contamination by mites, while inhibiting the growth of bacteria, algae, yeast and fungi in the dry film. It ensures preservation even under extreme conditions. It is applicable in a wide pH range. It offers new functionality as well as complete- & effective protection to the medium applied. IPEL® 7001 is suitable for paints, coatings and water-based compositions. Recommended dosage level is 0.5-2.0%. The shelf life is 24 months.
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IPEL® 7001
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by LANXESS
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Product Type
Biocides > Biocides, Film Protections > Zinc Pyrithiones
Chemical Composition
Zinc pyrithione and synthetic compound
Physical Form
Dispersion, Creamy
Appearance
White to slightly yellowish
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
Coatings > Waterborne

IPEL® 7001 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
pH
6 - 9
Density
1.20 - 1.40 g/cm3
(At 20°C)
Viscosity
1000 - 5000 cP
(At 25°C. LVT. 12 rpm. #3)

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