Defoamer with siliconeArt.-Nr : A01087-01
Bio-Circle Defoamer with silicone is ideal for the efficient prevention foam wherever it would have a disruptive effect. It stands out for its very strong defoaming effect and can be used in different pH ranges.
- Contains silicone, hence strong defoaming effect at low concentrations
- Specifically developed for the water-based Bio-Circle cleaning agents
- Very economical, concentrations between 0.25 and 2%
- Can be used in different pH ranges, from acidic to alkaline
With its very strong defoaming effect, Bio-Circle Defoamer with silicone has been specifically developed for the water-based Bio-Circle cleaning agents. It stands out for its excellent defoaming effect. Downstream processes such as varnishing or coating should be checked for silicone resistance beforehand. When in doubt, use Defoamer silicone-free.
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Seals of approval
- Free from volatile organic compounds
|Material:||Plastics, stainless steel, steel, tiles, zinc-coated surfaces|
|Check material compatibility:||rubber|
|Cleaner basis:||water-based acidic|
|Mechanics:||automatic parts washing machine, high-pressure parts washer|
|Seal of approval:||VOC free!|
Field of application
Developed for use in automatic washing systems. Prevents foam wherever it is not desired. In order to benefit from the full defoaming effect, the working temperature should not exceed 80 °C/176°F.
Just add Defoamer with silicone to the cleaning fluid, at a concentration of 0.25%. Mix briefly by hand or have the device run for a few minutes, checking foaming behaviour. If necessary, adjust concentration by adding another dose until the desired foaming behaviour has been achieved. Typical concentrations are between 0.25 and 2%.
Low application temperature, energy-saving, water-saving
For us, sustainability means taking responsibility
From renewable raw materials, non-flammable, VOC-free, non-marking
Suitable for the food industry, miscible with water, can be rinsed without residue
Free from / reduced volatile organic compounds according to EU regulation