Dinox Dry ® Combined Synergetic Antioxidant Technology


What is DINOX DRY?
DINOX DRY is a dry powder antioxidant made from a carefully researched synergistic combination of phenolic and non‑phenolic antioxidative compounds.

Why is DINOX DRY necessary ?

Fats and oils supply the highest energy among the organic nutrients, about two and one quarter times that of starch and sugar. Aside from this, fat is included in the feed mixture to reduce dustiness and/or improving color, palatability and texture of feeds and likewise provides lubrication for grinding, mixing and pelleting machinery. Fats in nature (especially the unsaturated fats) are prone to deterioration by rancidity, which is an autocatalytic process that produces rancid odor and taste resulting in feed rejection and nutritional deficiencies. Due to these reasons this damaging process must be stopped.

DINOX as a powerful anti‑oxidant safeguards the im­portant nutrients in the feeds such as fats and vitamins. By using this product you are assured that you are feeding your animals with all the nutrients necessary for their growth, lacta­tion, pregnancy and defense against harmful diseases.

What does DINOX DRY contain ?

DINOX contains a unique synergistic mixture of Ethoxyquine, BHT (Butylated Hydroxy Toluene) and BHA (Butylated Hyydroxyanizole). It also contains Citric acid which functions as a chelating agent for metals to keep them from accelerating the oxidation process.

How does DINOX DRY work ?

The contents of DINOX are combined synergistically balanced levels to effectively guard feed materials against oxidation. The Chelators reduce the INITIATION STAGE of auto‑oxidation which blocks the formation of any oxygen metal, fatty acid com­plex that yields free radicals. The Anti‑oxidants (BHA, BHT and Ethoxyquin) reduce the PROPAGATION STAGE of auto‑oxidation wherein oxygen reacts with the free radicals to produce peroxides. The excellent high tech carrier utilized together with a PH stabilizer ensures free flowability of the product for inclusion into the feed materials for efficient mixing.

What are the advantages of DINOX compared to other antioxi­dant preparations?

a. DINOX DRY is a synergistic combination of com­pounds that are more effective than pure anti‑oxidants alone.

b. DINOX DRY is free flowing due to the excellent high tech carrier utilized.

c. DINOX DRY is heat stable even in high temperatures generated during mixing and storage.

d. DINOX DRY is packed in multi layer bags with polyethyl­ene/aluminum lining. Stable for one year.

e. DINOX DRY is compatible with all the ingredients in the feeds.

f. DINOX DRY is a cost effective antioxidant.

g. DINOX DRY Incorporates a very effective metal chelator to reduce auto oxidation.

h. DINOX DRY Incorporates a pH stabilize to enhance product efficacy.

How much DINOX Dry do we need to put in a ton feed ?

In complete feeds DINOX DRY is added at 125 grams per ton.

In meat meal DINOX added at 225 grams per ton of feed.

DINOX DRY is also available in Liquid Form, DINOX DRY. This product is excellent for application in fats, oils, or tallow. Its oil soluble formulation makes it ideal for treatment of rendering plant products such as meat meals, fish meals, etc.


Unwanted oxidation is a highly destructive process that affects animal feeds and feed ingredients. The end result is a loss of nutrient quality, leading to reduced animal performance and increased production costs. Ingredient oxidation may also impair animal health and immune status.

The detrimental effects of the oxidation reaction can be minimized through the addition of antioxidant compounds. Quality antioxidants are effective in interrupting the reaction and controlling subsequent losses of nutrient value.

In addition to adding antioxidants directly into the mixer during feed preparation, by-product ingredients should also be stabilized during processing in order to preserve their nutrient value. This can readily be achieved in the rendering facility.


The absorption and deposition of carotenoids added to poultry diets into the yolk of eggs produced by the poultry is improved by adding a carotenoid formulation comprising a carotenoid, a vegetable oil, a surfactant, a chelating agent, an antioxidant, an alkali and a solvent. The carotenoid formulation can reduce the crystalline nature of lutein for its better dissolution in the formulation and the diet. This new formulation is capable of making more micelles for an effective transfer of lutein from the formulations to the aqueous layer. The new formulation can increase the bioavailability of lutein in chicken biological system and leads to more deposition in the blood and the egg. The lutein deposition in the egg was consistent for an extended period of time when this new formulation was added to the diet. Addition of this carotenoid formulation to the diet increased the antioxidant power of the blood. Eggs produced by poultry fed diets supplemented by the formulation have in excess of 0.80 mg carotenoids per 100 grams of edible portion and thus serve as an important source of carotenoids in the human diet.


ADVANTAGES* Completely prevents rancidity and loss of quality

* Preserves natural carotenes and supplemented Vitamin A in feed

* Acts to preserve both natural and synthetic Vitamin E sources

* Stops the loss of xanthophy pigment formers

* Extends storage life considerably and maintains the original potency of

vital feed ingredients


‑ In complete feeds: 125 g of INTEDOX‑D/ ton of feed

‑ In vitamin premixes: use enough DINOX to get 125g in the feed

‑ Meat meal: 115‑225 g/ton

ANIMALS FED – Chickens, pigs, dogs, cats, fish, shrimp, rabbits, laboratory mice, horses & cattle

CAUTION – Avoid skin contact, inhaling dust or consumption.

PACKING – Multilayer paper bags with inner polyethylene/aluminum lining and /or plastic pails of 25 kg.

STABILITY – One year

STORAGE – Should be stored in a dry, dark, cool place.