Dynax's DX5011 flourochemical foam stabilizer that can be mixed with water in all proportions.
DX5011 is designed to be used in synthetic and protein-based alcohol-resistant firefighting foam agents such as AR-AFFF (Alcohol-Resistant Aqueous Film Forming Foam) and AR-FFFP (Alcohol-Resistant Film Forming Flouroprotein).
DX5011 imparts to the alcohol-resistant foam agents exceptional foam stability against fires of polar solvents, such as alcohols, ketones and ethers, according to the company.
DX5011 is especially recommended for the development of low viscosity alcoholresistant foam agents, such as 3x3, 1x3 and 1x1 AR-AFFF and AR-FFFP agents.
DX5011 is not derived from PFOS (perfluorooctyl sulfonate) or from PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid). It doesn't degrade into PFOS or PFOA. DX5011 is made from C6 fluorotelomers containing less than 0.3% C8 and higher homologs. C6 fluorotelomers are not subject to either the EPA's fluoropolymer/fluorotelomer stewardship program or a TSCA consent order.