foamer


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foamer

(ˈfəʊmə)
n
1. a (possibly obsessive) enthusiast
2. something that generates foam
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Apollo, a cosmetic packaging manufacturer in South Korea, featured two dispensing options--a Fine Foamer, which incorporates outer-spring technology, and a Fine Mist, which has a metal-free path.
The developer of Back-Set, an alternative to acid for cleaning hardened cement paste from concrete fleet and plant equipment, has added the Mega 360 Air Foamer Push Button Timed Unit.
If you've got a cappuccino foamer then whizzle to give a bubbly flourish.
Product features a fully redesigned consumer packaging with expanded label panel, proprietary ergonomic bottle and all-plastic trigger with flip foamer.
Tools not typically seen on an aircraft, such as a whisk and foamer are also at their disposal.
The results of the measured values for each foamer are given in Tab.
Each kit includes a developer, colorant, foamer, professional gloves and a color maintenance conditioner that is applied after a rinse.
Save money and packaging with the 1 Gallon Liquid Sun Kit ($35), which includes one gallon of Liquid Sunshine, plus several bottles from which to dispense it (a spray pump bottle, squeeze bottle, foamer bottles for hand-soap use and dilution instructions).
This establishes fluidic communication from the surface, around the safety valve, and to the bottom of the well, enabling chemical or foamer injection to take place.
Environne Fruit and Vegetable Wash, the award winning produce cleaner, has been launched in Rieke Dispensing's Finger Tip Foamer to offer convenience in a family-friendly pack.
On the S Series, an external steam wand for maximum operator control and a stage for milk preparation to engage the consumer replace the internal milk foamer.