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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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When slipped into the bag, the protective power of this purred spinach wedge would come from a potent antimicrobial compound chosen from nature's bounty of botanical bactericides.
Products: Mergal[R] 174 and Mergal 192 bactericides
Gary Brierley,managing director of the company's new division Y2K Coatings, said AeroCare products utilise new biocide technology, known as Byotrol, that offers many benefits over conventional bactericides.
The primary product offerings include corrosion inhibitors, scale inhibitors, bactericides, emulsion breakers, hydrogen sulphide scavengers, water treatment chemicals, oxygen scavengers, defoamers and wax inhibitors.
com/biocides The company supplies antimicrobials, bactericides, deodorants, disinfectants, fungicides and preservatives.
Because PCP is inexpensive and has potent biocidal effects against a broad spectrum of species, PCP and its salts have been used as algicides, bactericides, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, and molluscides (2).
The non woven wipes are impregnated with a synergistic blend of bactericides, surfactants and alcohol, and they are provided in easy-to-use tubs or bucket dispensers that hold 200, 400, 500 or 800 wipes.
Besides acting as a processing aid in egg cholesterol removal, CDs can encapsulate bactericides and can be applied to food packaging materials.
Rheological agents in the coating slurry promote the even flow of the coating over the pattern, and the preservatives and bactericides retard deterioration of organic ingredients from biological degradation.
Tenders are invited for General Purpose Cutting Oil,Soluble With Bactericides Confirming To Is:1115-1986 Second Revisionand Ammendment No.