Protective means for combating harmful to the fabric of the insects, the method of protecting tissue
The invention relates to a remedy as the stabilizer fabric, which has an excellent effect for preventing the removal of eggs is harmful to the tissues of insects. The stabilizer fabric includes a sheet of paper or piece of similar paper material containing a mixture of 2,3,5,6-tetrafluorobenzyl-1R-TRANS-2,2-dimethyl-3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)cyclopropanecarboxylate - transfluthrin 1-ethinyl-2-methyl-2-pentenyl 1R-CIS, transperitoneal - empenthrin in an amount of 0.1-100 mg/cm3. 2 S. and 4 C.p. f-crystals, 1 table. This invention relates to a protective composition for fabrics.The suitability of 2,3,5,6-tetrafluorobenzyl 1R-TRANS-2,2-dimethyl-3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)cyclopropanecarboxylate (transfluthrin-Transfluthrin) as the active ingredient stabilizer fabric is known from Japan patent JP-A-6-9318. Commercially available as a stabilizer fabric containing 1-ethinyl-2-methyl-2-pentenyl 1R-CIS, TRANS-Hrizantema (empenthrin-Empentrin).The difference of this invention from that disclosed in JP-A-6-9318, which shows the possible use of transfluthrin to protect fabrics in the use of synergy, not previously known for its combination with empenthrin that significantly (two) to reduce the number of the safety effect.Patent RU 2102059 discloses a composition and method aimed at combating ceratopogonid, mainly ticks and a louse, whereas the orientation proposed by the applicant of the composition is different. The proposed composition is not only destroys insects, damaging the fabric, but prevents the removal of their eggs, i.e., reproduction, providing protection material. In addition, EN 2102059 refers to the use of cyanide PYRETHROID, while transfluthrin and empenthrin are not.Thus, the proposal is novel and non-obvious.However, to combat harmful to tissue insects it is important to take into account not only insecticidal, repellent action and protect clothing from insects, eating tissues (such as the larvae of clothes moths and carpet moths), which is traditionally understood, but also to prevent removal of the testicles harmful to tissue insects. The subject of this invention is the provision of compositions, perfectly destroy harmful to tissue insects and has also the effect of preventing vilaplana these insects from eggs.This invention provides a stabilizer tissues, including leaf, which caused transfluthrin, empenthrin, service) using remedies (stabilizer) tissue. This protective tissue of the present invention not only possesses insecticidal and repellent effect and an excellent ability to protect clothes from eating harmful to tissue insects, but also shows excellent inhibitory effect on the hatching of eggs is harmful to the fabric of the insects.In this invention the sheet containing transfluthrin and empenthrin, preferably has a thickness of 0.1 to 4.0 mm and bulk density (weight.) 0.2 to 0.7 g/cm3and the weight ratio transfluthrin and empenthrin sheet is preferably in the range of 5:95 to 95:5. Bulk density is an indicator related to the strength and opacity, and corresponds to the weight per unit volume of the paper, namely the relative density in g/cm3. His calculation is performed according to the following formula: Bulk density (g/cm3)=[basic weight (g/cm2)/thickness (mm)]1000.As the sheet in this invention can be used not only paper from cellulose, such as cardboard and filter paper, but also material, like paper, made from other than the pulp of fibrous materials ome 10 cm to about 1 m in length and width. Can be used a sheet size from a few centimeters to several meters.Protective tissue of the present invention can be obtained, for example, by dissolving transfluthrin and empenthrin in a solvent, e.g. a ketone, such as acetone, in alcohol, such as methanol and ethanol, halogenated hydrocarbon such as dichloroethane, simple ether, such as tetrahydrofuran and dioxane, complex ether, such as ethyl acetate, or a hydrocarbon, such as hexane, kerosene and petroleum gasoline, and with such a solution, coating the sheet with coating, impregnation (impregnation) or in other ways. The total number transfluthrin and empenthrin contained in the sheet is usually 0.1 to 100.0 mg/cm3. By dissolving these compounds in a solvent to obtain a solution, intended to be applied on the sheet or in the sheet, can be added as an emulsifier, dispersant, spreader (distributing agent, stabilizer and other adjuvants. You can also add other insecticides, synergists, anti-molting, etc.,Protective agent for fabric in accordance with this invention is effective in combating harmful to tissue insects such as the representative of the EP, mol carpeted), representatives of the genus Attagenus (for example, Coheed carpeted) and representatives of the genus Anthrenus (Coheed collection). The stabilizer fabric of this invention can be used in various ways; it is usually placed near the tissue at room temperature and, for example, it can be put directly into the drawer of the Cabinet or placed in a suitable container and hang in the wardrobe. Used an effective amount of stabilizer fabric of the present invention is usually about 1-10 g (of the total number transfluthrin and empenthrin) 1 m3volume.Mixed insecticidal composition comprising transfluthrin and empenthrin, can be used in the form of various preparative forms, such as a spiral from mosquitoes, electric coating for repelling mosquitoes, aerosol, oil solution and emulsifiable concentrate, with additional insecticidal action, but when applied as a protective agent for fabric in accordance with this invention, the insecticidal effect is synergistic in suppressing vilaplana eggs are harmful to the fabric of the insects.The following are examples of protective means for the fabric of the present invention and an example of their tests.PR is AGI (filter paper) size h cm thickness of 0.2 mm and a bulk density of 0.5 g/cm3the sheet is dried in air to obtain a protective means for the fabric in accordance with this invention.Example 2.Solution in acetone at 50 mg transfluthrin and empenthrin drops applied to the sheet and impregnating the sheet of paper (made from cotton Linter) size 2,2x3,5 cm, a thickness of 2.5 mm and a bulk density of 0.4 g/cm3the sheet is dried in air to obtain a protective means for the fabric of the present invention.Getting stabilizer fabric used for comparison in example 3 (sample tests), described below, are presented in the form of comparative examples 1 and 2.Comparative example 1.To obtain a comparative sample of stabilizer fabric in the method of example 1 instead of 50 mg transfluthrin and 50 mg empenthrin only use 100 mg translatina.Comparative example 2.To obtain a comparative sample of stabilizer fabric in the method of example 1 instead of 50 mg transfluthrin and 50 mg enertia use only 100 empenthrin.Example 3.Eight samples of work clothing (made of 65% polyester and 35% cotton) placed in two piles (4 sample service each stack in the drawer for clothes size HH cm, and a protective agent to the tissue obtained at primita from the bottom of each stack.After certain periods of time (4 weeks, 20 weeks and 40 weeks) prepare several Petri dishes with a diameter of 3.5 cm, containing 10 eggs a moth (approximately one day after laying) with a piece of muslin wool fabric 2x2 cm and put them between the stabilizer fabric and the third sample service, counting from the bottom of each stack, and the top of each pile of clothes in the specified mailbox for the service.Then the drawer for clothes close and after keeping at room temperature for one week, examine the condition of each clutch of eggs (hatching). The results are presented in the table in the form of average values obtained under the supervision of six local situation.In the table the following symbols are used.X: there is a removal of 50% or more eggs.: there withdrawal from 30% to not more than 50% of the eggs.: observed excretion from 10% to no more than 30% of the eggs.there is excretion of less than 10% of the eggs.Example 4 Eight samples of work clothing (made of 65% polyester and 35% cotton) placed in two piles (4 sample service each stack in the drawer for clothes is egdy each stack, counting from the bottom of the stack. Then prepare two Petri dishes with a diameter of 3.5 cm, containing 10 eggs a moth (approximately one day after laying) with a piece of wool muslin cloth size 2x2 cm, and placed them in the same way described above, the method of placing these stabilizers tissue.After that a box for clothes close and stored at 25oWith in one week, there may be obtained a sufficient inhibitory effect on the excretion of eggs.Protective means for the fabric of the present invention shows the excellent synergistic effect for inhibiting hatching of eggs is harmful to the fabric of the insects and prevent the growth of harmful tissue insects.
Claims1. Protective means for combating harmful to tissue insects, including leaf, containing a mixture of transfluthrin and empenthrin in an amount of 0.1-100 mg/cm3.2. Protective means for combating harmful to tissue insects under item 1, in which the sheet has a thickness of 0.1 to 4.0 mm and a bulk density of 0.2-0.7 g/cm3.3. Protective means for combating harmful to tissue insects under item 1 or 2, in which the ratio transfluthrin, empetri comini on PP. 1, 2 or 3, which includes preventing the excretion of eggs is harmful to the fabric of the insects.5. Method of protecting tissue from harmful insects, including the application of a protective agent for PP. 1, 2, or 3.6. The method according to p. 5, comprising applying to the tissue protective tool under item 4.
FIELD: textile industry.
SUBSTANCE: oiling agent for preparing emulsion for treatment of wool fiber contains 4.5-5.5% oleic acid, 0.8-1.0% triethanolamine, 7.0-8.0% "syntanol", 3.0-4.0% "stearoks-6", transformer oil (balancing amount), and bactericidal additive, namely thiourea/phosphorus trichloride/formalin interaction product neutralized with soda ash used in amount 6.0-8.0% relative to 100% of above-indicated composition.
EFFECT: enhanced bactericidal properties.
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SUBSTANCE: mixture for the given processing contains a 50% water solution of phosphorous-boron-containing methacrylate, neutralised by ammonia to pH 7 and a sodium persulphate initiator in quantity of 1-5% mass of phosphorous-boron-containing methacrylate with the following mass ratios of the components: phosphorous-boron-containing methacrylate - 50.0, water - 50.0, ammonia - 22.0, sodium persulphate - 1.0-5.0.
EFFECT: increased fire-resistance; strength and resistance to thermo-oxidative breakdown.
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SUBSTANCE: method involves grafting onto a synthetic fibre a phosphorous containing monomer at room temperature for a period of 15 minutes and subsequent drying. The phosphorous containing monomer used is a 50% water solution of phosphorous-boron-containing methacrylate, neutralised with a solution of ammonia to pH 7. Grafting is done in the presence of a sodium persulphate initiator, taken in quantity of 1-5% mass of phosphorous-boron-containing methacrylate.
EFFECT: simplification of the technological process of obtaining modified synthetic fibre; their increased fire resistance; strength and resistance to thermo-oxidative breakdown.
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SUBSTANCE: present invention relates to a liquid detergent composition for textile products. Described is a liquid detergent composition containing non-ionic surfactant (A), a cationic surfactant (B) and hydrogen peroxide (D) within certain intervals and water, where component (A) contains a non-ionic compound (A1) of formula (A1) in amount of 0.5 to 10 wt% of composition, weight ratio of an anionic surfactant (c1), different from a fatty acid or salt thereof, to component (B), (c1)/(B) ranges from 0 to 1, and composition has pH 3.0-7.0 at 20°C measured in accordance with standard JIS K3362:1998, section 8.3: R-O-(C2H4O)x-H (A1), where R is a linear alkyl group containing 12 carbon atoms, and has a primary carbon atom where R is bound with oxygen atom of R-O-; and x is number of moles of bonded ethyleneoxy groups and has integer values in range from 2 to 5 where Rb1 represents a chain hydrocarbon group containing from 12 to 18 carbon atoms, and may include group -(A′O)s-, where A′O represents ethyleneoxy group or propyleneoxy-group, and s is average number of moles A′O, located in range from 0 to 10; group Rb2, Rb3 and Rb4 each independently represents a methyl group, ethyl group, benzyl group or a hydroxyalkyl group containing 1-3 carbon atoms; and X- is CH3SO4 -, CH3CH2SO4 - or halogen-ion, and where component (A) contains at least one nonionic surfactant selected from surfactants of formulae (a1) and/or (a2), in amount of 10 to 60 wt%: R1a-O-[(C2H4O)p/(AO)q]H (a1), where R1a represents an alkyl or alkenyl group containing 8 to 22 carbon atoms, AO denotes alkyleneoxy-group containing 3-5 carbon atoms; p denotes average number of moles of bonded C2H4O-groups, located in range of 8-40; q denotes average number of moles of bonded AO groups located in range from 0 to 5; and “/” means that C2H4O-groups and AO group can be distributed or statistical connection, or block connection; R2a(CO)1O-[(C2H4O)m/(AO)n]R21a (a2), where R2a represents an alkyl or alkenyl group containing 8 to 22 carbon atoms; R21a represents an alkyl group containing 1-3 carbon atoms; 1 denotes a number equal to 0 or 1; AO denotes alkyleneoxy-group containing 3-5 carbon atoms; m denotes average number of moles of bonded C2H4O-groups, located in range of 5-30; n is average number of moles of bonded AO groups located in range from 0 to 5; and “/” means that C2H4O-groups and AO groups can be distributed or statistical connection, or block connection.
EFFECT: providing detergent power, which suppresses onset of specific smell, due to wet-dry state textile articles.
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