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Polyhexamethylene biguanide PHMB 95% powder

Polyhexamethylene biguanide PHMB 95% powder

product name Polyhexamethylene biguanide PHMB powder
CAS No.32289-58-0 / 27083-27-8 / 28757-47-3 / 133029-32-0
Chemical formulaC10H19ClN8
EINECS No.1308068-626-2
Appearance white powder
Grade USP grade
Package 20kg / fiber drum
Service Free sample
Storage Saving in cool dry place, keeping the package sealed

Usage:

PHMB Polyhexamethylene biguanide is a very widely used antimicrobial agent in the world. It is widely used in the environment, skin, water disinfection, and antibacterial antiseptic of textiles, hygiene products, cosmetics, used as disinfectant, antibacterial agent, sterilization Agent, mildew preservative, algaecide, flocculant.

Environmentally friendly polymer – polyhexamethylene oxime, with broad spectrum of sterilization; low effective concentration; fast action; stable nature; excellent performance in water solubility; can be used at room temperature; Bacteria, no side effects; no corrosive; colorless, odorless; non-toxic; non-combustible, non-explosive, safe to use; moderate price; convenient transportation, can be said to be the best fungicide. In fact, the product is an environmentally friendly, versatile new polymer that is used in a wide range of applications in industry, agriculture, medical and everyday life.

It is an antiseptic and bactericide. This is broad-spectrum antibacterial fugicide, take effective for kill gram-positive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria, fungus and yeast; usually used for swimming pool bactericide, universal detergent and disinfector as a fugicide.Compare with PHMG, it has a better bacteriostasis effect for Aspartate bacillis, beer yeast and Aspergillus niger than PHMG.

Features

  1. Long-term broad-spectrum killing and inhibiting various microorganisms
  2. Non-toxic to human body and higher animals at the used concentration, non-irritating to skin and mucous membrane, and non-corrosive to the treated surface

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