Why are silicones used in Water Treatment?
Water treatment plants create foam which needs to be suppressed to maintain efficiency. Both silicone and non-silicone antifoams can be used to either knock down foam after build up or as an additive to reduce the initial build-up of foam. Product selection depends very much upon the pH value, temperature, water and the concentration or dosing requirement.
CHT antifoams are available either as high percentage concentrated products for pre-dilution or ready to use solutions.
Non-silicone antifoams are particularly useful for use in biological plants where the use of a silicone may interfere with the growth of desirable bacteria.
|AF1206||Silicone Antifoam 6% Solids||High antifoam activity|
|AF1208||Silicone Antifoam 8% Solids||High antifoam activity|
|AF1210||Silicone Antifoam 10% Solids||High antifoam activity|
|AF1216||Silicone Antifoam 16% Solids||High antifoam activity|
|AF1220||Silicone Antifoam 20% Solids||High antifoam activity|
|AF1314 FG||Silicone Antifoam 14% Solids||Food contact approved|
|AF1316||Silicone Antifoam 16% Solids||High antifoam activity|
|AF1324 FG||Silicone Antifoam 24% Solids Food Grade||Food contact approved|
|AF1500 FG||Silicone Antifoam 100% Solids Food Grade||100% active|