Cynthia Zhong Sales Manager
In daily life, the molds we can come into contact with can be roughly divided into five categories: Aspergillus niger, Chaetomium globosum, Penicillium funiculosum, Aureobasidium pullulans, and Trichoderma viride.
The hazards of Aspergillus niger are mainly manifested in causing the rot of food with high moisture content, the deterioration of fruits and vegetables and the corrosion of industrial equipment, and in some cases it can produce carcinogenic aflatoxins.
Chaetomium globosum is a common Pythium, which is widespread in our living environment. Due to the strong immunity of the human body to Chaetomium globosum and the low toxicity of this type of bacteria, it causes less harm to the human body. However, such bacteria can cause infections or even deep infections in a small number of people, and skin damage is manifested as pimples, nodules and scabs.
Penicillium funiculosum can grow on wood and leather products, and has a strong hazard to tents and backpacks.
Aureobasidium pullulans is non-toxic and harmless, and has no effect on the human body.
Trichoderma viride easily induces various diseases of the respiratory system and skin.