By William D. Faust

ISBN-10: 0470196416

ISBN-13: 9780470196410

ISBN-10: 047061448X

ISBN-13: 9780470614488

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Table 2 shows that at a typical bath operating temperature (140° F) often more than 50% of the surfactant is lost on every pass through the UF membrane. Since the UF process is continuous, eventually many passes are made and all the surfactant would be removed and discarded in the retentate. 26 · 69th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum Recycle-Friendly Aqueous Cleaners ULTRAFILTRATION TESTING A series of experiments was conducted in order to determine the effect of ultrafiltration on actual alkaline cleaner formulations.

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30-40 microns) - A thicker ground coat layer means more gas bubbles, which can pose the problem of socalled pinholes in the cover coat enamel. - A thick powder ground coat enamel may lead to more heavy gas reactions due to organic mill additions to the powder enamel. A wet ground coat requires an electrostatic milling fineness, to obtain a tight layer on the cover coat enamel (3 - 5 / 16900 mesh). Slip parameters for wet ground are: - specific weight: 1,45 - 1,60 g/ccm density: 3-4 g/dm2 For the 2C/1F process a very thin layer on all surface areas is always required.

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