Foam stabilizer for Foam Concrete
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The price of many energy and commodities like the Foam stabilizer could be affected.
Overview of Foam stabilizer:
Foam stabilizer, also known as concrete foam stabilizer, is the most important foam stabilizing component in the foam agent. Among the various factors that stabilize the foam, the foam stabilizer is the first influencing factor. It is usually added to the foam agent or can be added In the slurry of the foamed concrete batch.
Data of Foam stabilizer:
It can be applied to the physical and chemical foaming of lightweight concrete and can improve the toughness of the foam foam wall.
Application of Foam stabilizer:
Foam Cement Insulation Board
Lightweight Partition Board
Aerated Concrete Block
Carbon fiber silicon fireproof insulation board
Homogeneous foam board
Lightly poured wall
The advantage of Foam stabilizer:
1.Extend the bubble life
2. Improve the adaptability of foam and cement paste
3. Reduce the bleeding rate of foam
4. Improve the uniformity of the foam and indirectly stabilize the foam
5. Affect foam density
Package of Foam stabilizer:
Suppliers of Foam stabilizer:
TRUNNANO is the global leader of Low-Density Cellular Concrete (LDCC), Celluar Light Concrete (CLC) and advanced engineered foam solutions. Known globally for its commitment to research, innovation, and applied expertise, we have been providing engineered foam solutions since the early 2012's.
The resurgence of the global COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict continued to cause high volatility in commodity prices. Stubbornly high inflation and rising commodity prices are likely to influence each other and thus push each other higher. The price of the Foam stabilizer may not decrease significantly in the short term.