Poly Aluminium Ferrous Chloride PAFC for water treatment

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Polyaluminium chloride PAC 30%min

1. Features of polyaluminium chloride
a. highest grade raw materials
b. light yellow powder
c. Low heavy metal

d. High AL2O3, 30% min
2. Specification of polyaluminium chloride

Industrial water grade:

Properties: sandy beige fine powder use spray drying technology.

Usages: The product is widely used for industrial water and wastewater treatment, such as those containing radioactive substances, lead (Pb + +) chromium (Cr + + +) highly toxic heavy metals and fluoride (F) sewage. In addition, also use in precision casting, paper, leather, etc.

Item

Specification guaranteed

AL2O3 % Min

30

Basicity 8%

50-90

Max. water insoluble %

0.05

PH value(1% content in water)

3.5-5.0

Drinkable water treatment:

Properties: Lemon yellow fine powder use spray drying technology.

Usages:The product is widely used for drinking water treatment, also use in precision casting, paper, leather, etc.

Item

Specification guaranteed

AL2O3 % Min

30

Basicity %

70-85

Max. water insoluble %

0.1

PH value

3.5-5.0

Fe, %, ≤

0.2

As, %, ≤

0.0002

Mn, %, ≤

0.0075

Cr 6+ %, ≤

0.0005

Hg %, ≤

0.00001

Pb %, ≤

0.001

Cd %, ≤

0.0002

Milk white PAFC

Properties: White fine powder use spray drying technology.

Usages: Mainly used for portable water, urban sewage purification; in food processing industry, it's mainly used as sugar decolorization clarifying agent; as sizing auxiliary in paper mills; For cloth anti-creasing

Item

Specification guaranteed

AL2O3 % Min

30

Basicity %

40-60

Max. water insoluble %

0.01

PH value

3.5-5.0

Fe, %, ≤

0.2

As, %, ≤

0.0002

Mn, %, ≤

0.0075

Cr 6+ %, ≤

0.0005

Hg %, ≤

0.00001

Pb %, ≤

0.001

Cd %, ≤

0.0002

3. Packing of polyaluminium chloride

20kg / 25kg / 900kg / 1000kg Plastic Bag.


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Q:Can you die breathing in salt?
The boiling point of inorganic salts is extremely high due to the strength of their ionic bonds. The temperatures will kill you.
Q:What are the effects of water, inorganic salts, carbohydrates, proteins, fats and vitamins?
The main physiological functions of water: 1. The main components of cells and body fluids. 2. To help the body digestion, absorption, circulation and excretion and other physiological effects. 3. Maintain and regulate body temperature. 4. Water is a lubricant for body, joints and muscles.
Q:What are organic and inorganic salts?
An organic salt is a salt containing an organic ion ( carbon atoms ) The reaction product of an organic acid and an inorganic base, for example, sodium acetate (CH3COONa) from the reaction of acetic acid (CH3COOH) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH). The Organic ion, here, is CH3COO- Inorganic compounds come principally from mineral sources of non-biological origin. The modern definition of inorganic compounds often includes all metal-containing compounds, even those found in living systems. So, Inorganic salts are salts of such elements (salts that don't contain carbon atoms) For eg: NaCl, KCl, BaCl2, Al2SO4, etc
Q:What are the differences between inorganic salts and salt?
Is an inorganic salt of inorganic salts by metal cations and non-metallic anions or ammonium ions and non-metallic anion compounds. Sodium chloride is a kind of inorganic salts!
Q:Definition of inorganic salts
In addition to hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, sulfur, organic compounds other than organic compounds are collectively referred to as inorganic salts. The inorganic salts required by the human body, according to the content in the body, divided into essential elements (hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, , Magnesium, phosphorus, chlorine, potassium, sodium 11) in the human body content, the need for larger also known as macro elements of the source 2, the rest of the various elements, regardless of content, can be collectively referred to as inorganic salts. More elements such as iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine and other elements, other elements such as iron, copper, iodine, zinc, manganese, drilling, etc., due to the existence of a small number, and some even trace Known as trace elements, 3, what is the "inorganic salt", the body contains elements in addition to carbon, hydrogen, oxygen three elements mainly in the form of organic matter, the rest of the various elements are in the form of inorganic matter, collectively referred to as inorganic Salts such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, scratch, sulfur and the like
Q:What does salt form when it dissolves?
Most inorganic salts are ionic in nature and therefore it will dissociate in ions. For example Copper sulphate will dissociate in Cu+2 and SO4 -2 ions. If the dissociation energy of the salt is too high, it will remain partially or completely as salt in the solution. large number of organic salts do not dissociate completely and the solution will contain Ions and salt - both.
Q:The presence of inorganic salts
The presence of inorganic salts is mostly present in the ionic state in a small number of compounds
Q:anybody here knows the difference of organic iron salt (ex. F.gluconate) vs inorganic (ex. F.sulfate)?
It it's organic, then the anion (the negative ion) is the conjugate base of an organic acid. If it's inorganic, then the original acid was inorganic (like H2SO4 making sulphates).
Q:is table salt organic or inorganic, why?
Inorganic - NaCl - no complex carbon compounds.
Q:Please tell in your own language how water and inorganic salts are transported from the soil to the leaves.
The roots of plants are usually divided into roots, lateral, small roots, small roots (roots, roots and roots) for the absorption of roots, the absorption of roots from the soil to absorb water and inorganic salts, through the transport organization to reach the xylem of the catheter, through The ducts are delivered to the various organs of the plant (including the leaves).

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