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Defoamers supplied by us are the antifoaming agents or substances which can eliminate or reduce other foam formation in several industrial procedures. These are suited for various industrial processes and help in controlling the foam. These are demanded in numerous industries, such as pulp and paper, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, wastewater treatment, chemical processing, oil and gas, textiles, etc. Defoamers are made to fulfill all specific process requirements. We provide these in different forms, such as liquids, emulsions, powders, or dispersions. The main use of these is to prevent and control excessive formation of foam. 

  • The purpose of defoamers is to minimize or get rid of foam in different industrial processes or applications.

  • They efficiently reduce and manage foam production, ensuring smoother operations and avoiding possible problems brought on by too much foam.

  • Defoamers increase the effectiveness of industrial operations by removing foam. The functioning of machinery, the movement of materials, and the quality of the final product can all be negatively impacted by excessive foam.

  • They aid in preserving ideal process conditions, minimizing disturbances, and increasing production.

  • Avoiding foam-related flaws like uneven coating, wrong measurements, or poor packing brought on by foam interference, helps to assure consistent quality.

  • Defoamers can save costs in a variety of ways. They assist in preventing material waste, rework, and product rejections by minimizing production challenges associated with foam. 

Anti Foaming Agent

  • Product Type:Anti Foaming Agent
  • Storage:Room Temperature
  • Grade:Reagent Grade
  • Appearance:Milky White Liquid
  • Usage:Laboratory, Industrial
  • Physical Form:Liquid
Price: 60 INR/Kilograms

Non Silicone Defoamer

  • Physical Form:Liquid
  • Usage:Laboratory
  • Application: Industrial
  • Purity:99 %
  • Product Type:Non Silicone Defoamer
  • Storage:Room Temperature
Price: 60 INR/Kilograms

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