Foam Control is Subject Of British Society Meeting

July 2005
JCT CoatingsTech;Jul2005, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p19
Academic Journal
Focuses on a presentation on new foam control agents for waterborne coatings system featuring innovative approaches to control foam given by doctor Hilbert Esselbrugge of Ashland Specialty Chemicals Co. during the meeting of the British Society held in February 2005. Ways that foam is stabilized and released in water-based coatings; Background on the development of foam control agents used in destroying microfoam; Cost effectiveness of requiring less energy to disperse new defoamers.


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