Biocides: Webster's Facts and Phrases
Nonfiction Usage Patent Usage3-nitroisoxazoles and Their Use in the Protection of Materials: Patented by Hermann Uhr, Oliver Kretschik, Martin Kugler and Peter Wachtler on October 15, 2001. Abstract: The partly known 3-nitroisoxazoles of formula (I), wherein R1 and R2 have the meanings given in the description, are excellently suited to use as biocides for protecting technical materials.Antibacterial and Fungicidal Polymer Dispersions and Polymer Solutions: Patented by Maximilian Angel, Bernhard Fussnegger and Silke Gebert on February 14, 2002. Abstract: The invention relates to polymer dispersions or polymer solutions that are given antibacterial and fungicidal properties by metal ions of group Ib of the Periodic table. According to the invention, a) the polymer dispersions or polymer solutions are not produced using controllers that contain thiol groups, b) the metal ions have been introduced by means of an electrochemical process and c) said dispersions or solutions do not contain any active quantity of organic biocides.Antifouling paint: Patented by Wolfgang Podszun, Markus Mechtel and Karl-Heinz Kaesler on April 9, 1999. Abstract: This invention relates to compositions comprising (a) film formers and (b) microencapsulated biocides that are free of heavy metals and to methods for making such compositions. This invention further relates to antifouling compositions and antifouling coatings.Antifouling Paints: Patented by Markus Mechtel, Wolfgang Podszun and Karlndash;heinz Kaesler on October 13, 1997. Abstract: The invention relates to the means for producing antifouling paints containing organopolysiloxane as binder and heavyndash;metalndash;free microencapsulated biocides as active substances.Antimicrobial Compositions: Patented by Charlotte Johansen and Dorrit Aaslyng on June 29, 2001. Abstract: The invention provides an antimicrobial composition comprising an enzymatic component and one or more non-enzymatic biocides; a method for killing or inhibiting microbial cells comprising a treatment with the antimicrobial composition; and a detergent composition comprising the antimicrobial composition. The invention provides an improved antimicrobial effect.AQUEOUS BLANKING SOLUTION FOR SOLID FILM PRELUBE FORMING OPERATIONS: Patented by Robert L. Trivett on June 1, 1990. Abstract: A blanking solution containing surfactants, corrosion inhibitors, and optionally biocides and antifoam agents can be applied to steel blanks in a stamping or drawing mill to prevent the transfer of solid film prelube lubricants from the steel blanks to the transfer rolls in the mill. The surfactant is preferably a nonionic surfactant which does not have any essential effect on the coefficient of friction when the prelubed steel blanks are stamped or drawn to form the final part.Aqueous-based stop-leak formulation: Patented by Joseph E. Pasuit and James J. Stevens on July 8, 1994. Abstract: A storage-stable, stop-leak formulation contains a ground plant root material, an alkaline metal salt of a C1-C3 carboxylic acid and water. The formulation may further include corrosion inhibitors, biocides, lubricating agents, dyes and the like. Typically, the stop-leak formulation includes 1-50 parts by weight of the root powder, 1-15% by weight of the salt and 120-180 parts by weight of water. Preferably the root powder is ginger root powder and the salt is potassium acetate.Biocidal combinations containing 4,5-dichloro-2-cyclohexyl-3-isothiazolone and certain commercial biocides: Patented by Jemin C. Hsu on April 2, 1993. Abstract: Synergistic microbicidal compositions are disclosed, comprising 4,5-dichloro-2-cyclohexyl-3-isothiazolone and one or more known microbicides for more effective, and broader control of microorganisms in various systems.BIOCIDAL COMPOSITIONS: Patented by Rainer Gruening on January 1, 1990. Abstract: A synergistic composition of biocides for the preparation of anti-fouling paint preferably containing at least one of the group of 3-
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