Q:What’s the Minimum Order Quantity?
Q: How to Get Sample?
A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time?
A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing?
A: 25kg/200kg PE drum or 1000kg IBC
Q: How About the PHMB of ZXCHEM?
A: Polyhexamethylene biguanide (PHMB) is a versatile product with various applications. It is commonly used in industries such as healthcare, cosmetics, and textiles. Here are some of the key applications of PHMB:
Disinfectant and Antiseptic: PHMB is known for its strong antimicrobial properties. It is used as a disinfectant and antiseptic agent in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings. PHMB-based solutions are effective against a wide range of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Wound Care: PHMB is utilized in wound care products such as wound cleansers, gels, and dressings. Its antimicrobial properties help prevent infections and promote wound healing. PHMB is often combined with other ingredients to enhance its effectiveness in managing various types of wounds.
Personal Care Products: PHMB is used in cosmetic and personal care products like shampoos, body washes, and hand sanitizers. It acts as a preservative, preventing the growth of harmful microorganisms and ensuring product safety and stability.
Contact Lens Solutions: PHMB is incorporated into contact lens solutions as a disinfectant and cleaning agent. It helps remove debris and microorganisms from the lenses, reducing the risk of eye infections.
Water Treatment: PHMB is used in swimming pools, hot tubs, and water treatment systems to control the growth of algae, bacteria, and other microorganisms. It helps maintain water quality and prevent the spread of waterborne diseases.
Textile Industry: PHMB is applied to textiles and fabrics to impart antimicrobial properties. This is particularly useful in healthcare settings, where antimicrobial textiles can help reduce the transmission of infections. PHMB-treated textiles are also used in other industries, such as food processing and hospitality.