Defoaming agent - Defoamer paper manufacturer
|Form of delivery:||liquid, possibly with solid parts|
|Appearance:||whitish to yellow|
|Density (20 °C):||0,9 g/cm³||DIN 51757, ISO 12185|
|Viscosity (20 °C):||100 - 3000 mPa•s||DIN 53019, ISO 6388|
(10 % in water, 20 °C):
4 - 7
DIN 19261, ISO 4316
|Miscibility with water:||instable emulsifiable|
Combination of higher hydrocarbons and fatty derivatives
Fields of application
GREIMIN SST is particularly suitable for defoaming of aqueous surfactant-containing media.
- Defoaming of surfactant-containing waste waters
- Defoaming in paper processing (size press, sizing compound)
- Defoaming of coating colours
The product can form a turbidity or sediment at longer storage. This however does influence neither the effectiveness nor the dosing-ability. The viscosity of the product is temperature-dependent.
GREIMIN SST is not frost-sensitive. The product can be brought into the original state at any time by stirring, pumping or slight warming.
GREIMIN SST is storable in closed delivered packagings under normal temperature conditions (from +5°C to +30°C) at least a year.
GREIMIN SST is used undiluted, but may also be used in diluted form as an emulsion. The product respectively the emulsion has to be stirred or shaken, shortly before the application.
Usually the product is used in a concentration of 0.01 to 0.05 %. Suitability and dosage are to be determined through own practice tests on site in each case.
In order to reach a good distribution and small proportioning-amounts, it is recommended to add GREIMIN SST at a place where the liquid is turbulent.
Please do not add the assessed amount of the defoamer at the same time. Fundamentally wait a certain time after addition of a small quantity until a good distribution with the watery liquid occurred. Judge the achieved effect only then and add a further amount if necessary.
All information of this publication is based on our present knowledge and experience. It does not free the user of our products from own examinations and experiments. A legally obligatory assertion of specific qualities or the suitability for a concrete operation purpose can not be derived from our information. Possible industrial property rights as well as existing laws and definitions are to be considered by the receiver of our products in own responsibility.