antifoulant

antifoulant

substances used to coat marine netting in fish cages; some may cause unacceptable chemical residues in the farmed fish.
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Tenders are invited for Comprehensive contract for test run of antifoulant dozing at cdu/vdu pre-heat train exchangers
Recent research highlighted includes polymerizable surfactants: n-chloramine reservoirs for microbial protection, initiator influence on the encapsulation and leaching of Ag nanoparticles, a new biological antifoulant for marine paints, and a new approach for the preservation of coatings formulations.
Brain cytochrome P450 aromatase gene isoforms and activity levels in atlantic salmon after waterborne exposure to nominal environmental concentrations of the pharmaceutical ethynylestradiol and antifoulant tributyltin.
Sigma Sailadvance range: a series of antifoulant products that utilize PPG's controlled surface active polymers (CSP) technology.
A comparative study of the non-acidic chemically mediated antifoulant properties of three sympatric species of ascidians associated with seagrass habitats.
a) The figure for 2005 was extrapolated from the total production; in addition to production for vector control, DDT is produced for Dicofol manufacture (~ 3,800 metric tons per year) and for antifoulant paints (~ 200 metric tons per year).
Some antifoulant activity may be attributable to single compounds, whereas others may require synergetic interactions between collections of compounds.
Self-polishing marine antifoulant paints prevent the growth of marine organisms on ship hulls.
Dibutyltin (DBT) is used in the plastics polymerization process, as catalyst in PVC products and is primary degradation product of tributyltin (TBT), an antifoulant in marine paint.
Chemicals and services for membrane separation systems include antiscalants, antifoulant, biocides, cleaners, coagulants and filtration aids, as well as membrane regeneration, laboratory analysis and technical support services.