defoam


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de·foam

 (dē-fōm′)
tr.v. de·foamed, de·foam·ing, de·foams
1. To remove foam from.
2. To prevent the formation of foam on.

defoam

(diːˈfəʊm)
vb (tr)
1. to remove foam from (something)
2. to prevent foam from forming on (something)
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Natural waxes are used to replace standard petroleum-based synthetics, and natural oils are used to defoam instead of mineral oils.
Versator solid/liquid blender can mix, blend and defoam two or more components.
Natural waxes are used to replace standard petroleum-based synthetics and natural oils are used to defoam instead of mineral oils.
These products defoam at the molecular level, eliminating many of the defects caused by traditional "incompatible" defoamers containing silicone and hydrophobic silica.
Lonzabac 12 leaves very little residue and is easy to defoam. Additionally, Lonzabac 12 is compatible with certain anionic surfactants, increasing the options for the formulator.
Versator solid/]Liquid blender can mix, blend and defoam two or more components.