Part 15: Foam Cleaning

Posted by Chemical Development Team on Apr 18, 2017 8:00:00 AM

 

 

In the previous article we discussed the concept and use of foams as an effective cleaning methodology. Part two is about chemical solvents, inhibitors, foaming agents and other aspects of the foam cleaning methodology.

Read More

Topics: Vapor Phase Degreasing, Foam

Part 14: Foam Cleaning

Posted by Chemical Development Team on Feb 28, 2017 7:00:00 AM

 

 

Foam cleaning represents a unique application of a technological extension of conventional chemical cleaning methodology. It is extremely well suited to the cleaning of large volume equipment and structures which are unable to support the weight of conventional liquid solvents. The same solvents used in common liquid-fill cleaning operations are again employed. The major difference is the addition to the liquid solvent of a suitable foaming agent. The surfactant convers stability to the foam which is generated by mixing air with the common solvent.

Read More

Topics: Vapor Phase Degreasing, Foam

Welcome!

This blog serves as a way to share insights into the world of chemistry, and talk about the latest industry news. Our posts are written by our chemical development team.

 

To receive email updates on the latest blog posts, be sure to subscribe using the signup form below.

Subscribe for Blog Updates

Recent Posts