The Principle of Action of Wood Mold Inhibitor 4917-04-4

The effect of wood mold inhibitor 4917-04-4 on mold is achieved through two aspects.   Inhibit the growth and reproduction of mold, so that the number of molds increases at a reduced rate.   Kill individual molds and reduce the absolute number of molds in the system. The former is called bacteriostatic or bacteriostatic. That is, the growth of individual molds is blocked under the action of wood fungicides. So that it can only maintain the survival of the individual, but not to grow and develop. Thereby reducing the number of mold in the system. The latter is called sterilization. It is the process of the death of microbial individuals that cannot maintain normal physiological activities due to the interaction between wood antifungal agents and fungal molecules such as life molecules. Bacteriostatic and bactericidal effects are relatively relative, often related to the concentration of the agent. When the concentration of the agent is high, it shows a killing effect on the microorganisms; when it is treated at a low concentration, it shows an inhibitory effect on the microorganisms. After the wood is treated with the mold inhibitor 4917-04-4, the 4917-04-4 can be contacted with the outer membrane of the mold cell and […]