|Name:||Anionic Polyacrylamide||Trade Name:||Blufloc A5418|
|Application:||Soil Stabilizer||Sample:||Free To Test|
|Usage:||Water Treatment Chemicals,Paper Chemicals,Coating Auxiliary Agents,Textile Auxiliary Agents,Plastic Auxiliary Agents||Cas No.:||9003-05-8|
|Other Names:||PAM,Flocculant / PAM||Classification:||Chemical Auxiliary Agent|
cationic polymer flocculant
Polyacrylamides (PAMs), are polymer-based materials used to facilitate erosion control and decrease soil sealing by binding soil particles, especially clays, to hold them on site. In addition, these types of materials may also be used as a water treatment additive to remove suspended particles from runoff.
|Molecular Weight:||14-18 Million|
|Solid Content:||90% Minimum|
|Dissolving Time:||1.5 Hours Maximum (10°C)|
|Monomer Free:||0.05% Maximum
What is the Functional Principle of Polyacrylamide?
Advantages for Anionic Polyacrylamide in Soil Stabilization:
Anionic Polyacrylamide Can be Applied to the Following Areas:
Anionic Polyacrylamide Can be Used in Several Forms:
Anchor in ditches/manholes/ catch basins as far upstream as possible. The dissolved polyacrylamide must mix well in the moving water and have the opportunity to settle out the suspended solids.
Small Jobs: Use 1 brick /1-acre drainage basin.
Large jobs: Calculate the number of bricks needed based on the weight of water being treated.
Recommended dose – 10 ppm. Inspect after each rain event. Normally lasts 2-4 months.
Contact Person: Roy Wu