BANG Fish Attractant 5oz Aerosol Spray

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Simply spray Bang attractant on to your favorite bait or lure. The natural scents will help attract fish as well as conceal unwanted smells. Bang is offered in six different flavors to suit your needs.
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Comments: i have been a user of bang's aerosol sprays for a long time and love them. decided to try the trigger spray bottles and it's terrible. i haven't been been able to get more than about a dozen sprays from my bottle ever because the nozzle is constantly clogging; it is currently clogged repair. i've since poured some of the attractant into small jars to dip my baits into but it is a pain to do it that way so i just give up. the rest of the bottle is still almost full just sits in my fishing closet. if you like bang, get the aerosol instead. Water-free spray-drying is an alternative for production of fish oil microparticles.
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Sodium cyanide is a chemical compound that many fish collectors in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia (the largest exporters of tropical fish) crush and dissolve in squirt bottles to spray on the fish—and the reef and all the other marine life in the vicinity. Stunned, the target fish can then easily be scooped up.► Low energy and exergy efficiency in spray drying for fish oil microencapsulation. ► Significant effects of drying air temperature on energy and exergy efficiency. ► Decreasing energy and exergy efficiency with increasing in inlet drying air temperature. ► Smaller exergy efficiency compared with energy efficiency.An energy and exergy analysis was carried out on the process of fish oil microencapsulation using spray drying. The process was carried out on a mini-spray dryer conducted at three drying air temperatures of 140, 160, and 180 °C. Various milk-originated single, and composite wall materials including skim milk powder (SMP), whey protein concentrate (WPC), whey protein isolate (WPI), 80% WPI + 20% milk protein concentrate (MPC), and 80% WPI + 20% sodium caseinate (NaCas) were used in the formulation of emulsions. The effects of drying air temperature and wall material on the energy efficiency, energy loss from drying chamber, exergy efficiency, exergy destruction, entropy generation and improvement potential were investigated. The energy and exergy efficiency values for spray drying process of fish oil microencapsulation at the drying air temperature between 140 and 180 °C were found to be in the ranges of 7.48–8.54% and 5.25–7.42%, respectively. The results of this study also confirmed that the exergy analysis using second law of thermodynamics is a potential tool for optimising dryer operation and design.The stability of microencapsulated fish oil prepared using various drying methods is investigated. The fish oil with ratio of 33/22, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA):docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), is emulsified with four combinations of matrices, and emulsions are dried by spray granulation (SG), spray drying (SD), and freeze drying (FD) to produce 25% oil powders. The objective is to identify the most critical factors to determine powder stability and to further examine the superiority of the SG process compared to other drying processes. The stability is examined by measurement of peroxide values (PV) and GC-headspace propanal after 8-week’s storage at room temperature (±21 °C)Nano-particle encapsulation by spray drying was undertaken by preparing sub-micron emulsions via high energy emulsifying techniques, namely Microfluidization and Ultrasonication. The encapsulation efficiency of fish oil as a core material was investigated. The attention was given to the surface oil content and surface oil coverage of encapsulated powders which are very significant parameters in the encapsulation process. maltodextrin combined with a surface-active biopolymer (modified starch or whey protein concentrate) at a ratio of 3:1 were used as the wall material. Results showed that Microfluidization was an efficient emulsification technique resulting in fish oil encapsulated powder with the lowest unencapsulated oil at the surface of particles, mainly due to its capability to produce emulsions at the nano-range (d43 of 210–280 nm).The proven effectiveness of BANG Fish Attractant is now available in a 16oz Trigger Spray Bottle for cleaner and easier application. No need to deal with sticky jellies or messy pastes. The new Trigger Spray bottle also won't rust in your boat lockers, so there won't be any surprises next time you are looking around for tackle. The new bottle design also dispenses a consistently even layer of attractant to your favorite baits.