Fungi resistance of sealants
Where products are used in wet areas like kitchens, bathrooms, swimming pools, abattoirs, cooling rooms, storage - and production rooms for food, fungal growth can occur. As a result of temperature, humidity, soap residue and traces of fungi in the air fungi can start growing on wet surfaces and is difficult to remove. This can happen on sealant joints. Fungi can develop at a humidity of 60% and grow even faster at higher humidity.
In the technical documentation for of all Den Braven’s products the minimum shelf life after production is given as between + 5°C and +25°C. When products are stored in higher temperatures this will shorten their shelf life. A maximum temperature of +...Read more