ANTIFOAM P - New line of powdered defoamers

ANTIFOAM P

 

LINE OF POWDERED DEFOAMERS

 

Antifoam P line consists of next-generation powdered defoamers for dry premixed products based on cement and hydrated lime or gypsum and for all powdery systems. The additives are composed of different silicone and/or mineral oil mixtures, and they activate as soon as the dry mixture meets the water, thus preventing the formation of the foam and eliminating it during the application. Thanks to the various compositions of the additives of the Antifoam P line, it is possible to choose the product with the best results in terms of price performances.

 

 Description

 Composition

 Features

 Application

ANTIFOAM PS 1

 Silicone and mineral oils

Good performance, good air removal

In all mixtures and in viscous systems

ANTIFOAM PS 2

 Silicone and mineral oils

Maximum effectiveness

It acts already during the mixing, complete air removal

In viscous systems, in repairing mortars, and in waterproofing products

ANTIFOAM PS 3 new!

 Silicone and polyglycol

Highly effective

It removes the bubbles from the surface quickly and it reduces their dimensions. Final surface without craters

Wide range of application and high compatibility, mainly in gypsum and cement self-levelling systems and in low-thickness finish

ANTIFOAM PS 4 new!

 Silicone and polyglycol

Highly effective

It removes the bubbles from the surface quickly and it reduces their dimensions. Final surface without craters

Wide range of application and high compatibility, mainly in gypsum and cement self-levelling systems and in low-thickness finish

ANTIFOAM PT 1 new!

 Mineral oils and   polyglycol

Cost-effective

In low viscosity systems

 


Porosimeter results of the antifoaming action in a thixotropic mortar with 20% of air

The test was performed on a thixotropic mortar, with a fixed and known volume of air inside, to assess the capacity of the products Antifoam P to remove the air during the mixing phase and the beginning of the application. The porosimeter tests assessing the volume of air in percentage were performed according to the UNI EN 1015-7.



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