DefoamerThis page contains information on Defoamer for veterinary use.
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- Defoamer Indications
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DefoamerThis treatment applies to the following species:
Concentrated Foam Eliminator
For Industrial Use Only.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children and livestock.
GENERAL INFORMATION: Highly concentrated foam controlling liquid for use in washers, scalders, pump and recirculating spray systems. Cuts protein and detergent foams. Use in egg, pan, rack, tray and tub washers in hatcheries, processing and rendering operations. May be used alone or with other detergents.
CAUTION / FIRST AID: Contains wetting agents. Can cause eye and skin irritation. Do not ingest. If ingested, drink plenty of water followed with citrus juice. Do not induce vomiting. Never give fluids to an unconscious person. Get medical attention immediately. In case of skin contact, remove contaminated clothing. Flush skin areas with clear water, then wash with a mild soap. If irritation occurs, get medical attention. Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for additional cautions and handling procedures. In case of inhalation, move victim to fresh air. Get medical advice.
Directions For Use
Add Defoamer to recirculating solutions at a rate of 1/10 to 1/2 ounce per gallon. Continue to add as needed to control foam. Change wash solutions frequently to reduce protein foam and “soaps” caused by saponification. Add Defoamer to control these problems between changes.
Manufactured for: Aspen Veterinary Resources,® Ltd., Liberty, MO 64068
55 Gallons (208.2 Liters)
A348PDQ Rev. 2-13
NAC No.: 14753040
3155 W. HEARTLAND DRIVE, LIBERTY, MO, 64068
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