Renewable Design for Defoamer MW-70N Defoamer for Metal Fluid to Leicester Importers

Renewable Design for
 Defoamer MW-70N Defoamer for Metal Fluid to Leicester Importers

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SIXIN® DEFOAMER MW-70N   FEATURES ● Composed of modified polysiloxane, polyether glycol and silicone active matter. ● Stable effects during storage period. ● Good compatibility with the application system(metal working fluid, textile auxiliary,etc). ● Persistent foam control action.   TYPICAL PROPERTIES Index Result Test method Appearance Off white to white thick emulsion at room temperature,without any sediment and mechanical impurities Ocular estimate Viscosity(25℃,m...


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Renewable Design for Defoamer MW-70N Defoamer for Metal Fluid to Leicester Importers Detail:

SIXIN® DEFOAMER MW-70N

 

FEATURES

● Composed of modified polysiloxane, polyether glycol and silicone active matter.

● Stable effects during storage period.
● Good compatibility with the application system(metal working fluid, textile auxiliary,etc).
● Persistent foam control action.

 

TYPICAL PROPERTIES

Index

Result

Test method

Appearance

Off white to white thick emulsion at room temperature,without any sediment and mechanical impurities

Ocular estimate

Viscosity(25℃mPa·s)

15002500

GB/T 5561-2012

NoteThe information above is for reference and shall not be deemed as a technical indicator.

 

APPLICATIONS

Metal working fluid

● Industrial cleaning

● Water-based ink

● Textile auxiliary

● Water-based paint for wood ware

● Water-based adhesive

● Pesticide preparations

● Sewage treatment

 

PACKAGE

50/200kgs plastic drum/IBC

 

SHELF LIFE

9 months from the date of manufacture.

  

TIPS

Defoamer Metal Working Fluid,Antifoam Metal Working Fluid


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    CHEESEBURGER FLAVOURED SEASONING: Salt, Cheese Powder [Cheese Solids (Milk, Salt, Starter Culture, Enzymes), Milk Solids, Salt, Food Acid (270), Hydrolysed Vegetable Protein], Maltodextrin, Dextrose, Tomato Powder, Flavours, Vegetable Powders, Yeast Extracts, Anticaking Agent (551), Mustard Flour, Acidity Regulator (262), Vegetable Oil, Spice.

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    Many insurance adjusters assume that you can merely cut the foam trim off of the wall, glue some new trim back and then merely paint the trim. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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