Special Design for Defoamer AG-30A Defoamer for Agrochemical for Norwegian Importers
SIXIN® DEFOAMER AG-30A FEATURES ● Composed of polyether and surfactant,etc. ● Stable at high temperature(90℃) and strong acid(pH 1.0-2.0). ● Imemediate foam control action. ● Persistent foam control action. TYPICAL PROPERTIES Index Result Test method Appearance Colorless transparency liquid, without any mechanical impurities. Ocular Estimate Viscosity（25℃，mPa·s） 30~100 GB/T 5561-2012 pH 5.0~7.0 Extensive pH indicator paper Note：The information above...
Special Design for Defoamer AG-30A Defoamer for Agrochemical for Norwegian Importers Detail:
SIXIN® DEFOAMER AG-30A
● Composed of polyether and surfactant,etc.
● Stable at high temperature(90℃) and strong acid(pH 1.0-2.0).
● Imemediate foam control action.
● Persistent foam control action.
Colorless transparency liquid, without any mechanical impurities.
Extensive pH indicator paper
|Note：The information above is for reference and shall not be deemed as a technical indicator.|
● Wet-process phosphoric acid
50/200kgs plastic drum/IBC
12 months from the date of manufacture.
Defoamer Agrochemical,Defoamer Phosphate,Antifoam Agrochemical,Antifoam Phosphate
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a chemistry project by annabella, eunice, natasha, raymond
Hi, I’m Joe from webbsonline and today we’re going to discuss pond foaming.
If you’re seeing a bubbling or foaming on the surface of the pond, more often at the base of your waterfall-this generally means there’s an excess of proteins or dissolved organics in the water. These are a completely normal part of the biological process and a common occurrence in the spring when the pond balance has not yet been established. Their origin stems from a few areas-
Primarily, the fish and fish food.
A quick solution is to use a defoaming product, however this does not address the underlying issue.
A few steps to reduce the dissolved organic load are:
1. Ensure adequate filtration is present.
2. Make sure you don’t have too many fish for your pond size.
3. Don’t overfeed. Only feed them what they can eat in 5 min. Uneaten food will add to the organic load, same with fish waste.
4. Use beneficial bacterial such as Microbe Lift PL. This will help breakdown organics.
6. Partial water changes can help as well.
For additional information on foam and dissolved organics, please don’t hesitate to call. I’m Joe from webbsonline, talk to you then.
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