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Foam Blast® 550

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by DyStar
Foam Blast® 550 by DyStar is 100% active, non-polar, synthetic polyol-based, specialized non-silicone foam control agent. It is suitable for UV/EB-cured overprint varnishes, inks, industrial coatings and epoxies.
  • It is comparable or superior to silicone antifoam compounds but is much more compatible with UV monomers and oligomers.
  • It offers uniform defoaming and eliminates separation & film flaws.
  • It meets the requirements of FDA 21 CFR 175.300 for use in food contact articles.
  • The recommended dosage level of Foam Blast® 550 is 0.1 to 0.5%.
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Foam Blast® 550
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by DyStar
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Product Type
Defoamers / Anti-foaming Agents > Silicone-free > Polymerics
Chemical Composition
Synthetic Polyol
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Hazy, Light amber
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings > UV / Radiation Curing
  • Inks > UV / Radiation-curable
  • Resins > Epoxies
  • Inks > Varnishes / Over print varnish
  • Coatings Markets > General Industrial /Maintenance
Food contact approval
Yes
Labels/Agency Rating
FDA 21 CFR 175.300

Foam Blast® 550 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Flash Point, Closed Cup
> 200 °C
(Pensky-Martens)
Density
0.89 kg/l
(At 25°C)
Viscosity
2000 mPa-s
(At 25°C)

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