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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
KF353A   Shin-Etsu Silicones of America Surfactants Makes uniform bubbles, odorless, faint fragrance
D-CLEAN 1000 Alkaline Cleaner   Universal Fine Chemicals Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments by-products and endotoxin, as well as emulsions and silicone-based lubricants. The surfactant/alkaline base combination in D-CLEAN 1000 is active across the full temperature range (5 ° C to 100 ° C) and is designed to be free-rinsing. D-CLEAN 1000 and its ingredients are manufactured in the USA.
8010   Struktol Company of America Surfactants Silicone stabilizer for rigid polyurethane foams
7100   3M Electronics Design & Manufacturing Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Materials ndash;. particulates, fluorolubes, light. oils, fluoropolymers. • Lubricant carrier. Fluorocarbons. Hydrocarbons. Silicones. • Spot-free water drying agent. (with surfactants added). • Specialty solvents, dispersion. media, reaction media. • Spray contact cleaner. • CFC, HCFC...

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    Shear. Mixers have been proven time and again to achieve excellent product quality without the. need for as much emulsifiers in the formula. EMULSION STORY #1: One customer making various cosmetic products was making a base formulation made up. of silicone oil, surfactant and water. As most silicone
  • Bubreak siloxane
    surfactants. The general chemical structure of these organomodified siloxanes is shown below:Polydimethyl siloxane Viscosity: 50 - 100,000cpsSilicone polymer dimethyl polysiloxane THE MECHANISM OF ACTION OF SILICONE DEFOAMERS The surface tension of a defoamer has to be lower than that of the foaming
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  • Plastics Consultancy Network - Medical plastics
    releases, either silicone based or non-silicone types, as sprayed onto a mould to aid ejection of parts from the mould are usually "taboo " with medical mouldings BUT if the moulding compound has a surface lubricant or slip agent incorporated into it there could still be traces of lubricant
  • Colloid Systems Particle Size Analysis
    stability of colloidal photonic crystal solutions easily and quickly. Dispersion Rheology A rapid method to predict particle sedimentation in liquid dispersions. Article: Optimizing silicone emulsion stability using zeta potential Silicones are synthetic polymers containing a Si┬ľO backbone
  • Medical Device Link .
    , in some cases it may be desirable to make the membrane more resistant to moisture. An agent such as silicone, silane gas, or a fluorocarbon can render the membranes even more hydrophobic. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is highly hydrophobic and is not usually treated to make it more so
  • Optimized deaeration
    suspensions Defoamers Deaerators Silicone oils Aliphatic alcohols Paraffins Fatty acid esters Fatty alcohol alkoxylates Fatty acid ethoxylates Polyglycols Fatty acid polyethers Fatty alcohols Just like the foaming effect of surfactants, the performance
  • Medical Device Link . Identifying and Preventing Contamination from Pharmaceutical Packaging
    disclosed the formulation of the elastomer, and an investigation of the raw materials was initiated. The elastomer contained 11 ingredients, including two inorganic reinforcements, an antioxidant, a cross-linking agent and associated synergist, stearic acid, an aliphatic oil, a silicone lubricant

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