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Anti-Bacterial

EP TECH has introduced a range of anti-bacterial and anti-fungal additive systems known as the D2P series. D2P is a series of anti-microbial and anti-fungal master batches that are designed to protect against the spread of bacteria and fungi on a substrate’s surface.
The inorganic nature, small particle size and high temperature tolerance of the active ingredient makes it ideal for use in a wide range of polymer processes.

 

d2p* is a series of anti-microbial or anti-insect masterbatches that are Designed to Protect.

d2p anti-microbial

d2p anti-microbial is a non-silver based masterbatch designed to combat moulds, fungai, decay organisms, bacteria and algae. It is Symphony's latest development bringing something yet unseen on the anti-microbial market. d2p am has been successfully tested against various fungai and is now awaiting food contact approval. d2p am masterbatch can be aded to most polymers during the manufacturing process.

d2p anti-bacterial

d2p anti-bacterial is a silver based masterbatch designed to provide plastic with anti-bacterial properties. It has been successfully tested against over 50 common organisms including dangerous bactera such as MRSA, E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Pseudomonas and Aspergillus Niger. d2p ab provides an extra layer of protection against transmission of bacteria through contact with everyday items.

d2p ab natural

d2p ab natural is a proprietary blend of plant-based antibacterial masterbatch system suitable for use in food and non-food plastic packaging and plastic products applications.

d2p ai

d2p ai is a family of broad spectrum insecticide plastic masterbatches used to control pests in agricultural, horticultural, forestry, home and gold course applications.

*Suppliers of d2p are conditional upon regulatory approval for the purposes concerned in the country or countries concerned.

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