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1. Introduction:

This product is water soluble polymers or polyelectrolytes. Because of its molecular chain containing a certain amount of polar groups, it can absorb water through a suspension of solid particles, make the particles or through the charge that bridge and condensed the particles formed floc properties. So, it can accelerate suspension of the particle settlement, have obvious to speed up the solution to clarify, promote filtering and other effects.

2. Product Advantages:

1). Flocculation ability, high adsorption activity, floc formation and deposition of fast

2). Without alkali and other additives, PH broad in scope, ease of use; for low-temperature, low turbidity, low alkalinity of the raw water is also good flocculation
3).easily to use and good effective.

3. Specification:

ItemIndex
AppearanceWhite Granular Powder
Molecular Weight8-16 Million
Ionic Degree5-60
PH2-14
Undissolved Substance (%)0.2 Max

4. Application method:

1. It is recommended to prepare the product in water solution at 0.1% concentration. It is proposed to use the neutral and desalted water.

2. The product should be scattered evenly in the stirred water, and the dissolving can be accelerated by warming the water (below 60°C).

3. The most economical dosage can be determined based by a preliminary test.

4. The solid product is packed in inner plastic bags and further in polypropylene woven bags with each bag containing 25Kg. The colloidal product is packed in inner plastic bags and further in fiber plate drums with each drum containing 50Kg or 200kg.

5. This product is hyqroscopic, so it is should be sealed and stored in a dry and cool place below 35°C.

6.The solid product should be prevented from leaking on the ground because the hygroscopic powder can make the floor slippery.

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