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Colonial Chemical Adds Microbial Inhibitor

December 4, 2007

Colonial Chemical, Inc. of South Pittsburg, TN announced the release of a new surfactant-based microbial inhibitor. ColaServ 1000 is a synergistic blend of non-traditional, safe ingredients designed to inhibit the growth of invasive microbial organisms in personal care formulations without the use of conventional preservatives.

With typical use levels of 2% to 8%, ColaServ 1000 has been shown effective in nonionic, anionic and cationic water-based formulations. According to Colonial’s data, ColaServ 1000 shows testing that this product has strong efficacy in controlling organism growth. It is made from several “green” surfactant ingredients, is EINECS listed and is a safe, mild, non-irritating material. The product is clear and useful in many formulations. More info: www.colonialchem.com
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