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Foam Concentrate (Shelf Life)

Foam Concentrate (Shelf Life)

Shelf life refers to the duration of time that foam concentrate remains stable and suitable for use without significant changes in its performance characteristics. The shelf life of foam concentrate is dependent on factors such as its composition, the type of container it is stored in, and the storage temperature range it is exposed to.

For synthetic foam concentrates, which are entirely synthetic, a shelf life of 20-25 years is possible when the foam concentrate is stored within the manufacturer's guidelines and in its original container, and the temperature limits are maintained.

For protein-based foam concentrates that contain naturally occurring products in their formulations, a shelf life of 10 years or more can be expected if the foam concentrate is stored within the manufacturer's guidelines, including temperature limits, and in its original container.


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