Latex

Microbial control in lattices and polymer emulsions

Polymer Emulsions

Liquid bases and polymer emulsions used to create latex paints can become a breeding ground for microorganisms. Microbial growth in latex paints can compromise the quality of the coating, leading to loss of viscosity, poor stability, gas formation, discoloration and foul odors.

Our wide spectrum of preservative products is easy to incorporate into polymer emulsions to inhibit bacterial and fungal growth to help keep paints stable and preserved. With excellent chemical stability in latex systems, our in-can preservatives provide advanced performance and flexibility for polymer emulsion protection.

 
 
 

Product Name

Active Ingredient

Features & Benefits

MIT

  • Chemically stable in high pH formulations
  • Physically compatible with polymer emulsions
  • Broad-spectrum efficacy versus gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, fungi and yeast
  • Does not release or contain formaldehyde

MIT

  • Chemically stable in high pH formulations
  • Physically compatible with polymer emulsions
  • Broad-spectrum efficacy versus gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, fungi and yeast
  • Does not release or contain formaldehyde

BIT

  • Broad-spectrum activity in high pH systems for controlling bacteria
  • Excellent processing flexibility
  • Ease of handling
  • Good thermal stability
  • Good compatibility in most aqueous compositions

BIT

  • An ultra low VOC-containing formulation
  • Broad-spectrum activity in high pH systems for controlling bacteria
  • Active ingredient is stable up to 150°C, providing increased processing flexibility
  • Ease of handling due to its liquid form
  • Good compatibility in most aqueous compositions

KATHON™ LX 1.5

CMIT/MIT

  • Broad-spectrum activity against both bacteria and fungi
  • Fast acting long-term preservative
  • Low use levels
  • Broad compatibility with surfactants and emulsifiers

CMIT/MIT

  • Broad-spectrum activity against both bacteria and fungi
  • Fast acting long-term preservative
  • Low use levels
  • Broad compatibility with surfactants and emulsifiers

CMIT/MIT

  • Broad-spectrum activity against both bacteria and fungi
  • Fast acting long-term preservative
  • Low use levels
  • Broad compatibility with surfactants and emulsifiers

CMIT/MIT

  • Monovalent formulation for easier incorporation into latex emulsions
  • Broad-spectrum activity against both bacteria and fungi
  • Fast acting long-term preservative
  • Low use levels
  • Broad compatibility with surfactants and emulsifiers

DXN

  • Does not release or contain formaldehyde
  • Soluble in water and oil
  • Non-halogenated, non-phenollic and non-metallic

Bronopol

  • Broad spectrum bacterial efficacy
  • Especially effective in combination with other biocides
  • Particularly effective against Pseudomonas species

Bronopol

  • Broad spectrum bacterial efficacy
  • Especially effective in combination with other biocides
  • Particularly effective against Pseudomonas species

Bronopol

  • Broad spectrum bacterial efficacy
  • Especially effective in combination with other biocides
  • Particularly effective against Pseudomonas species

CMIT/MIT + Bronopol

  • Blend designed for excellent broad spectrum protection against bacteria and fungi, including Pseudomonas species

BIT + Bronopol

  • Blend designed for excellent broad spectrum protection against bacteria including Pseudomonas species

*Formaldehyde is a ubiquitous material in our environment. Currently there is no accepted regulatory or industry definition of "Formaldehyde-Free." 
Therefore, we purposely refrain from using the term "Formaldehyde-Free." However, we do not intentionally add Formaldehyde or Formaldehyde generators to these products.

 
 
 
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