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Nantong Boda Biochemistry Co.,Ltd.

Nantong Boda Biochemistry Co.,Ltd. is professional China Industrial Preservatives Suppliers and OEM Industrial Preservatives Company , which specializes in producing preservatives,fungicides,and biocides for a wide range of daily products. The former of our company is Xinke Daily Chemical Company,which was established in 1999,and in 2003 it was renamed Nantong Boda Biochemistry Co., Ltd., but the trademark “XK” is still used. The XK brand has been known and used by the international manufacturers in the fields of cosmetics, construction, home decor, water treatment, textiles, cleaning products, and paper. The core products--wood protection and kathon based preservatives are widely used in many countries, the feedback from our clients are popularly positive. Our products kill and inhibit the growth of bacteria,mildew,and fungi, so your products could stay fresh for a long time.

Industry & knowledge

What is the use of industrial preservatives?

Industrial preservatives are chemicals used to protect metals and other materials from corrosion and oxidation. How they are used can vary by product type and specific needs, but generally involves the following steps:
Surface preparation: Before applying an industrial preservative, it must be ensured that the surface to be treated is clean, dry, and free from any grease, dirt, and oxides.
Select preservatives: Select the appropriate industrial preservatives based on the type of material to be protected, environmental conditions, and expected anti-corrosion effects. Different preservatives may have different applicability and suggested uses.
Coating or Soaking: Industrial preservatives can be applied to the surface of the material to be treated by coating or soaking. Application methods include brushing, spraying, or rolling, while immersion involves completely immersing the material in the preservative to ensure adequate surface coverage.
Drying and curing: After the preservative is applied, let it dry and cure under the recommended temperature and time conditions according to the product instructions. This helps the preservative form a strong protective layer.
Recoating (Optional): For situations where greater durability and protection are particularly desired, multiple coats may be considered. Proper drying times must be followed between coats.
Protective measures: When applying industrial preservatives, be sure to follow product instructions and safe operating procedures. Use appropriate personal protective equipment and make sure to operate in a well-ventilated environment to avoid exposure to hazardous chemicals.
Monitoring and Maintenance: Regular monitoring of corrosion-protected materials ensure the integrity and effectiveness of the coating. If damage or corrosion is found, it should be repaired or recoated in time.

What are the storage and handling precautions for industrial preservatives?

The storage and handling of industrial preservatives is very important to ensure safety and effectiveness. Here are some considerations:
1. Precautions for storage:
Storage environment: Preservatives should be stored in a dry, well-ventilated environment, away from direct sunlight and high temperature. Avoid exposure to extremes of temperature or humidity.
Avoid Mixing: Avoid mixing different types of preservatives for storage as they may react leading to a dangerous situation.
Separate Storage: Store preservatives separately from other chemicals to prevent cross-contamination or unsafe reactions.
Sealed container: Preservatives should be stored in sealed containers to prevent volatilization or leakage. Make sure the container is intact.
Clear labeling: All storage containers should be clearly marked with information on their contents, hazards, etc. This helps reduce the risk of misuse.
Keep away from sources of ignition: Preservatives are chemicals and are somewhat flammable, so keep them away from open flames and sources of ignition.
2. Handling precautions:
Personal Protective Equipment: When handling preservatives, appropriate personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, gloves, goggles, and protective clothing should be worn. This will help protect the skin and eyes from the chemicals.
Ventilation: When handling preservatives, ensure that the operating area is well-ventilated to reduce the concentration of harmful gases.
Avoid Contact: Avoid direct skin contact with preservatives, especially those that are irritating or corrosive.
Handle with care: Follow the correct operating procedures to avoid splashing preservatives on the surrounding environment or other people.
Emergency Response: In case of accidental leakage or exposure, immediate emergency measures should be taken, such as keeping away from the source of leakage, washing the skin with plenty of water, etc. Seek medical help if necessary.
Waste Disposal: Discarded preservatives and related items should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations and prescribed disposal procedures. Do not dump it indiscriminately.
Training and Awareness: All personnel working with preservatives should receive appropriate training in proper handling and emergency procedures to ensure safe work.

The Enhanced Product Shelf Life of Custom Industrial Preservatives

Enhancing product shelf life is a critical benefit of using custom industrial preservatives. Custom formulations can be tailored to address specific factors that affect product stability and spoilage in different industries. Here's how custom industrial preservatives contribute to an extended product shelf life:
Microbial Control: Custom preservatives can target the specific types of microorganisms that commonly affect products in a particular industry. By inhibiting the growth of bacteria, yeast, mold, and other spoilage organisms, these preservatives prevent the decomposition of products and the development of off-flavors, odors, and textures.
pH and Water Activity Control: Different products have varying pH levels and water activity, which influence microbial growth and chemical reactions that cause spoilage. Custom preservatives can be formulated to work optimally within the pH and water activity range of a specific product, providing targeted protection.
Ingredient Interaction: Custom preservatives can be designed to interact positively with other ingredients in a product, preventing potential reactions that might lead to spoilage or degradation. This ensures that the preservative doesn't compromise the integrity of the product.
Oxidation Prevention: Oxidation reactions, such as lipid oxidation, can lead to rancidity, color changes, and loss of nutritional value. Custom preservatives can include antioxidants that inhibit these reactions, thereby extending the product's shelf life and maintaining its quality.
Texture and Appearance Preservation: Some products are prone to changes in texture and appearance over time due to factors like moisture migration or phase separation. Custom preservatives can help maintain the product's desired texture and appearance, enhancing its visual appeal and consumer acceptance.
Natural and Clean Label Solutions: Consumers are increasingly seeking products with natural and clean label ingredients. Custom preservatives can be developed using natural compounds, allowing manufacturers to meet consumer demands for fewer synthetic additives while still ensuring product safety and shelf life.