Friday, June 10, 2016 - Florham Park, NJ – Troy Corporation is committed to its continuing support of OBPA-based biocides for plastics applications in the US. As the only supplier to support OBPA’s EPA re-registration, Troy foresees strong and increasing demand for OBPA from flexible PVC manufacturers. Troy offers customers a full line of products under its Micropel® brand of antimicrobials for plastics, based on proven OBPA technology as well as alternatives, such as IPBC.
OBPA is one of the most cost-effective, efficacious materials available, and is especially well-suited to protect PVC from fungal attack as well as pink staining cause by the S. reticulum bacteria. Troy is committed to investing in technology that gives customers reliable performance and lowest cost-to-treat. With a team of regulatory professionals committed to OBPA’s registration, Troy is well-positioned to support this technology in order to enable customers to lead in their respective markets and achieve performance and cost objectives.
“OBPA technology is vital to the success of numerous Micropel® customers’ products,” says David E. Faherty, Vice President, Troy Corporation. “Manufacturers value the performance and cost-in-use they achieve with OBPA-based Micropel® preservatives,” continues Faherty.
Troy customers in all regions except Europe can continue to use OBPA without any service interruptions. For those customers who wish to formulate with OBPA alternatives, and for those who export treated articles to Europe, Troy offers a full range of Micropel® and Plastiguard® preservatives based on other actives, which provide excellent performance in plastics and related materials.
For more information about Troy Micropel® products, please visit www.troycorp.com.
Troy Corporation develops and manufactures specialty materials that enhance the properties and performance of its customers’ products and processes, and is committed to helping manufacturers meet global requirements for compliance and sustainability. Founded in 1950, Troy is headquartered in Florham Park, New Jersey with sales offices throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Troy materials are used and available in over 100 countries worldwide.
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