OBPA

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OBPAOracle Business Process Architect
OBPAOffice of Budget and Program Analysis (United States Department of Agriculture)
OBPAOgdensburg Bridge and Port Authority (New York state)
OBPAOuter Banks Preservation Association (Buxton, NC)
OBPAOld Bold Pilots Association (California)
OBPAOuter Banks Protection Act
OBPAOffice of Budget, Planning and Analysis
OBPAOn-Base Percentage Against (baseball statistic)
OBPAOffice of Budget and Policy Analysis
OBPAOakdale Business and Professional Association (Oakdale, Minnesota)
OBPA10,10'-oxybisphenox-arsine
OBPAOsterville Business and Professional Association (Osterville, Massachusetts)
OBPAOriginal Buying Power Adjustment
OBPAOkolona Business and Professional Association (Louisville, Kentucky)
OBPAOunces Back Pressure to Atmosphere
OBPAOn Board Parking Attendant
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OBPA is one of the most cost-effective, efficacious materials available.
"OBPA technology is vital to the success of numerous Micropel customers' products," says David E.
According to Troy, OBPA is a cost-effective, efficacious material, and it is committed to investing in this technology.
"For our customers, this is wonderful news as Ackros has secured long-term sourcing of the most cost-effective, EPA-approved alternatives to OBPA," said Richard Catchpole.
OBPA is facing growing competition from biocides that do not contain arsenic.
Newly registered by the EPA are two OBPA-based biocides on solid PVC (polyvinyl chloride) carriers: Intercide ABF-5 SV, 5% OBPA in a polyvinyl chloride homopolymer; and Intercide ABF-5 SVC, 5% OBPA in a polyvinyl chloride/polyvinyl acetate copolymer.
Micropel 5, a solution of 10,10-oxybisphenoxarsine (OBPA) in selected nonvolatile plasticizer carriers, is a bacteriostatic and fungistafic additive for plastic compounds that reportedly provides long-term protection against a broad spectrum of bacterial and fungal attack and helps prevent surface growth, musty odors, permanent staining, embrittlement, and premature product failure.
The company reports that with the commissioning of a new production facility for 10,10[feet]-oxybisphenoxarsine, it has become the second manufacturer of OBPA worldwide.
Vinyzene SB-2 is a concentrate of 10,10'-oxybisphenoxarsine (OBPA) in a polymeric resin carrier.
Vinyzene SB-1 U, an antimicrobial for thermoplastic polyurethane, is the latest in a series of Vinyzene biocides based on 10,10'-oxybisphenoxarsine (OBPA).
The company has begun a major expansion of its Brazilian OBPA (10,10-oxybisphenoxarsine) plant and has combined its research and microbial laboratories at the Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., corporate research center.