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Electrocleaner Foam Dissipation Tests


(2000)

Hello all,

My name is Jeff Eggert, Technical Field Service Engineer. I was wondering if anyone knows of a standardized or published method to test the foaming capacities of alkaline electrocleaners. I'm actually looking for a quantitative method to determine how much foam is generated and how long it takes to dissipate.

Any replies will be greatly appreciated.

Jeffrey Eggert
- Manlius, NY USA


(2000)

The Ross Miles Foam Height test at zero and 5 minutes is a widely used method for industrial surfactants.

James Chunn
- Theodore, Alabama



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