antifoaming

antifoaming

(ˌæntɪˈfəʊmɪŋ) or

antifoam

adj
acting to prevent the formation of foam
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Especially, rising demand for an antifoaming agent, lubricant, polymer additive and mold release agent in multiple industrial processes is estimated to present the leading demand for PDMS by 2028 end.
Additionally, the laundry segment of the textile sector uses chemicals like Kappavon CL as an anti-creasing agent, AV-NO as an antifoaming agent, hydrogen peroxide as a bleaching agent, Cetasaft CS as softeners, and others.
Simeticone, added to antacids, acts as an antifoaming agent to reduce bloating and flatulence.
In Brazil, food additives are divided into 23 functional classes: acids, acidity regulators, antioxidants, antifoaming agents, anti-humectants, bulking agent, colorants, color retention agents, emulsifiers, firming agents, flavors, flavor enhancers, flour treatment agents, foaming agents, gelling agents, glazing agents, humectants, preservatives, raising agents, sequestrants, stabilizers, sweeteners, and thickeners (28).
The cup used for blending was washed with an additional 47.5 mL of distilled water and added to the same distillation flask with 2.5 mL of 4 N HCl and a few drops of antifoaming agent (KMK-73, Shin-Etsu Silicone Co., Ltd., Seoul, Korea).
Blackburn Chemicals, a leader in foam control and antifoaming solutions, has installed a range of BABCOCK WANSON process heating systems into its Lancashire factory as part of a major expansion programme.
W/B = water-to-binder ratio; PE = polyethylene fiber; EXA = expansive admixture; S = sand; G = gravel; AE = air-entraining agent; T = antifoaming agent.
A 0.7% silicon solid by weight of the SBR polymer was used as an antifoaming agent in the PMF matrix [60].
Phthalates are a class of widely used industrial compounds known technically as di-alkyl or alkyl aryl esters of 1,2-benzenedicarboxylic acid and are used mainly as a specialty plasticizer for nitrocellulose, polyvinyl acetate, and polyvinyl chloride, a lubricant for aerosol valves, an antifoaming agent, a skin emollient, and plasticizer in nail polish, fingernail elongates, and hair spray (1, 2).
PFPiAs and PFPAs with chain lengths of x = 6, 8, 10, 12 and y = 6, 8 (x + y [less than or equal to] 18 for PFPiAs) have been identified together in commercial mixtures for use as wetting agents in consumer products and have also been used as antifoaming additives to pesticide formulations (D'eon et al.
But this requires an antifoaming agent to suppress the large amount of bubbles created during cooking.