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The study of foam can be traced back to Plato's time, but for hundreds of years, people have not formed a unified understanding of the definition of foam. American colloid chemist L · I · Osipow and Dow Corning's R · F · Smith defined foam from the density of foam; Japan's Koichi Ito defined foam from the perspective of foam structure, but ignored the correlation between bubbles; Professor Zhao Guoxi, a famous surface physicist in China, defined foam as: foam is a dispersion system in which gas is dispersed in liquid, gas is a dispersed phase (discontinuous phase), and liquid is a dispersion medium (continuous phase). Bubbles in liquid rise to the liquid surface, forming a bubble aggregate composed of a small amount of liquid that separates gas with liquid film. Scholars at home and abroad agree that foam itself is a thermodynamic unstable system. When the gas enters the solution containing surfactant, it will form a long-term stable foam system.


The water-based mineral oil No Foamhas a fast defoaming speed and a foam inhibiting effect of up to several hours, which is also well matched with the foam system. It can be carried out in harsh environments such as high temperatures and strong alkalis, with good results. After use, there will be no phenomena such as oil bleaching and demulsification


Application and selection of water-based mineral oil defoamers:

替换城市  Waterborne mineral oil No Foam are suitable for use in water-based systems with weak emulsifying properties, such as latex paints, coatings, adhesives, inks, and other systems with low emulsifying properties. They are easy to emulsify and form uniform distribution in water-based systems, thereby reducing the likelihood of surface defects such as shrinkage and loss of gloss, and also reducing microbubbles. However, it should be noted that mineral oils and waxes, which contain a small amount of organosilicon, and adopt special preparation processes, have excellent product storage stability, and are not prone to separation or sedimentation even after long-term storage.