|Product Name:||Non-ionic Polyacrylamide||Application:||Potassium Chloride Producing|
|Molecular Weight:||High||Charge Degree:||Low|
|CAS No.:||9003-05-8||Another Names:||Polymer Flocculant, Polyelectrolyte, NPAM|
|Port:||Shanghai Port, China||Keywords:||Blufloc NPAM|
non - ionic polyacrylamide,
water treatment polymer
For Potassium Chloride Producing Equivalent Praestol 2500 Blufloc Nonionic Polyacrylamide
Off-White Granular Powder
Approximate Brookfield viscosity at 25° C:
Specific Gravity at 25°C:
PH (1% aqua solution):
Storage Temperature (°C):
0 - 35
European Standard, SGS, BV and ISO certification
Easily soluble in water; dissolves rapidly.
Non corrosive of suggested dosage, economical and effective at low levels.
Faster sedimentation, better flocculation.
Non-pollution (no aluminum, chlorine, heavy metal ions etc.).
10 years manufacturing experience, with more than 20 technical engineers
Polyacrylamdie (polyelectrolyte/flocculant) should be standardly be dissolved to 0.1-0.5% concentration.
The time required to dissolve the flocculant varies according to the type of flocculant, water quality, temperature and agitation. However, most flocculants generally require around 1 hour of agitation to completely dissolve the powder. Incomplete mixture of flocculant or lumping may inhibit the performance of the flocculant.
The ideal revolution of the agitator is between 200-400rpm. A high speed agitator operating without reducing the revolution of a motor is not advised, since it may cut the molecules of the flocculant. An ideal agitator motor should be of 1HP for a 1-2m3 mixing tank.
The dosage range of varies from 1 - 3.0 ppm depending upon the type of effluent and application. Advised to do jar tests for evaluating the functioning and approximate dosage.
Put sample of effluent in a beaker and add it as designated, agitate for 1 minute at 100-120 rpm and then slowly agitate at 60rpm. Determine the flocs properly at this time and note the sedimentation and clarity of top solution.
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