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PRODUCT DATA
• ANTIFOAM 9000

DESCRIPTION

ANTIFOAM 9000 is a silicone derivatives antifoam, and is used for the prevention of foam formation in both industrial and food grade application. The surface tension of the treated water is reduced, this discouraging the formation of foam.

GENERAL SPECIFICATION

Appearance..………………..… Emulsion white liquid.
pH as supplied.………………... 7.0 ± 0.5
Specific Gravity………….……. 1.045

* All figures approximate

 APPLICATION
FOOD INDUSTRIAL

· Fruit and vegetable processing. · Fiberglass and textile manufacturing.
· Jam and jelly making. · Waste water treatment.
· Suger refinery. · Pesticide and herbicide manufacturing.
· Wine and brewery processing. · Carpet cleaning.
· Fermentation processing. · Chemical distillation.
 

TREATMENT

ANTIFOAM 9000 can be used directly or diluted twenty times using clean, cool water, thus foaming a stable emulsion which way be injected proportionally to the effluent flow or termittently when necessary.

BENEFITS

·Non-hazardous product, easy to handle.
·Prevents foaming in both industrial and food grade application.
· Easy dispersibility and dilution in water.
· Low dosage and cost saving.

HANDLING

Normal precaution should be taken to prevent with eyes, skin and clothing.


All statements, information and data presented herein are believed to be accurate and reliable but are not to be taken as a guarantee, expressed warranty or implied warranty of merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose or representation, expressed or implied, for which seller assumes legal responsibility and they are offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of this product are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe on any patent. Date 06/01/97

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