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What is Concrete Stabilizer

Oil futures tumbled more than $5 a barrel on news that the Biden administration is considering releasing about 1 million barrels a day from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) for several months to cool surging crude prices.

Brent crude futures were down $4.71, or 4.2 percent, at $108.58 a barrel by 0035 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate futures fell $5.45, or 5 percent, to $102.74 a barrel.

At an earlier time, gasoline prices had already reached record levels because of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

The prices of other commodities like the Concrete Stabilizer are also expected to be volatile.

The main stabilizing factors of bubbles:

There are many factors for the stability of bubbles, but they mainly depend on the toughness of the bubble liquid film and the discharge speed. In other words, it depends on the ability of the bubble liquid film to withstand various forces without being damaged and the ability to retain water. Stabilizing the bubble is to increase its toughness and at the same time delay its discharge rate. Therefore, any chemical substance that can improve the toughness of the bubble liquid film or delay its discharge rate is a bubble-stabilizing foam stabilizer.


Due to the different instability of foam concrete, its influencing factors are not completely the same. However, various influencing factors are mostly concentrated in two aspects, namely: the stability of the foam and the speed of coagulation and thickening of the slurry. In the casting system, the most unstable factor is the foam, and its stable state determines the volume stability of the foam slurry. The characteristics of the elasticity-viscosity-plasticity of the slurry also exist for a certain period of time, and the length of this change time determines whether the foam can be fixed. These two processes co-exist in a system. If they are coordinated with each other, pouring will be stable; if they are not coordinated, pouring will have various unstable accidents. Therefore, the factors affecting foam stability and slurry thickening speed must also be factors affecting pouring stability.


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The development of the Russia-Ukraine conflict will continue to dominate the commodity prices such as the Concrete Stabilizer in the future. If the conflict eases or cools, Russia and Ukraine go back to negotiate, commodity prices would fall. However, if the situation between Russia and Ukraine deteriorates further, or evolves into a full-scale war, the price of the Concrete Stabilizer is predicted to see further improvement over the coming days.

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