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Lonza Microbial Control Announces Global Price Increase for IPBC-Based Biocide Formulations for Coatings and Metalworking Applications
ATLANTA, GA, January 31, 2012 -- Lonza Microbial Control has announced that, due to dramatic price increases of the key raw material iodine, they will be implementing a global 10-40% price increase, depending on the formulation, for Omacide™ biocide products, based on 3-Iodo-2-propynyl-n-butylcarbamate (IPBC).Lonza Microbial Control Launches New Company in India
With the recent opening of a new subsidiary in India -- Arch Protection Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. -- Lonza Microbial Control has greater access to the rapidly growing Indian marketplace as well as new manufacturing capabilities to serve that vital region.Arch Chemicals Offers Tip “N” Measure® Di
ATLANTA, Georgia, May 18, 2010 -- Arch Chemicals, Inc. today announced the availability of its Sodium OmadineÂ®, TriadineÂ® and DensilÂ® DG45 antimicrobials for metalworking fluids in tip â€œNâ€ measureÂ® dispensing containers that make it easy to safely extract precise amounts of these biocides.Arch Opens New Antifouling Technical Office in Osaka, Japan
OSAKA, Japan, May 12, 2010 -- Arch Chemicals, Inc. today announced the opening of its new Asia Pacific Marine Laboratory in Osaka, Japan. The facility, which is close to key Japanese marine paint customers, has been established to maximize technical expertise in the ongoing development of antifouling paint technology and will include work with self-polishing polymers and net coatings for aquacuArch Chemicals, Inc. Earns Canadian Registration for Omacideâ„¢ IPBC 30, 40 and 100 Fungicides
NORWALK, CT, March 11, 2010 -- Arch Chemicals, Inc. has been granted registration for use of its Omacideâ„¢ IPBC 30, 40 and 100 fungicides as dry-film paint preservatives by Pest Management Regulatory Affairs (PMRA), the agency responsible for conducting efficacy assessments on pest control products as well as industrial biocides for use in Canada.Arch Chemicals, Inc. Announces EPA Registration for Densilâ„¢ DG 45 Antimicrobial and Vanquishâ„¢ 100 Antimicrobial for Use in Building Products
NORWALK, CT, March 11, 2010 -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has granted registrations of Densilâ„¢ DG 45 Antimicrobial and Vanquishâ„¢ 100 Antimicrobial, developed by Arch Chemicals, Inc., for use in building product applications.Arch Chemicals, Inc. and Syngenta Join Forces
ATLANTA, Georgia, February 25, 2010 - Arch Chemicals, Inc. and Syngenta Join Forces in Development of
New Dry-film Fungicides Primarily for Paints and Coatings.PT Hutchins and Arch Chemicals, Inc. Team Up with In-can Preservation and Dry-film Protection Agreement
City of Industry, California, November 23, 2009 -- P.T. Hutchins announced today that it has established an agreement with Arch Chemicals, Inc. for the distribution of both in-can biocide preservation and dry film protection products in the West, Northeast and Southeast regions of United States and Western Canada.