Water Treatment Chemicals Poly Aluminum Chloride

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High Purity Poly Aluminium Chloride (Spray Drying Type, CAS.No.1327-41-9)

This product is manufactured by spray drying process and raw materials of good quality. It is widely applied in the drinking water and top-quality water treatment.

 

Properties

1. Appearance: White Powder

2. Made from pure raw material

3. Used for drinking water treatment and paper mills as retention agent

 

Specifications

Item

Index

Al2O3(%)                                                

29

Basicity (%)

50-80

Insoluble substance (%)            

0.5

PH(1% water solution)

3.5-5.0

The product can be made upon customers' special request.

Application Method & Notes

1. Dilution is necessary before dosing for the solid product. The normal dilution ratio is 2%-20% (based on weight percentage).

2. The specific dosage is based on the flocculation tests and trials by the users. The usual dosage of is 1-15 g/ton.

3. The product can not be stored with other chemicals.

4. The product is packed in inner plastic bags and further in polypropylene woven bags, with each bag containing 25 Kg or 500Kg.

5. The shelf life is one year. The product should be stored in a dry and ventilated place, but the effect will not be affected even if it gets wet.

 

Poly Aluminium Chloride

(Spray Drying Type, for drinking water,CAS.No.1327-41-9)

This product is manufactured by spray drying process and raw materials of good quality. It is widely applied in the drinking water and top-quality water treatment

Properties

1. Appearance: Light Yellow Powder

2. It can lead to quick formation of flocks with big size and rapid precipitation.

3. Used for drinking water treatment.

Specifications

ITEM

SPECIFICATION

Appearance

Light Yellow Powder

Al2O3%, min

29

Basicity

40-90

Insoluble %, max

0.6

PH (1% solution)

3.5-5.0

NH3-N, max

0.01

As, max

0.0002

Cr6+, max

0.0005

Hg, max

0.00001

Pb, max

0.001

Cd, max

0.0002

The product can be made upon customers' special request.

 

Application Method & Notes

1. Dilution is necessary before dosing for the solid product. The normal dilution ratio is 2%-20%(based on weight percentage).

2. The specific dosage is based on the flocculation tests and trials by the users. The usual dosage of is 1-15 g/ton.

3. The product can not be stored with other chemicals.

4. The product is packed in inner plastic bags and further in polypropylene woven bags, with each bag containing 25 Kg or 500Kg.

5. The shelf life is one year. The product should be stored in a dry and ventilated place, but the effect will not be affected even if it gets wet.

 

Poly Aluminium Chloride

(Spray Drying Type, for industry water, CAS.No.1327-41-9)

This product is manufactured by spray drying process and raw materials of good quality. It is widely applied in the process water and waste water treatment.

Properties

1. Appearance: Light Yellow Powder

2. It can lead to quick formation of flocks with big size and rapid precipitation.

3. It has wide-range adaptability to the waters at different temperatures and a good solubility.

Specifications

Item

Index

Appearance

Light Yellow Powder

Al2O3 (%) ≥

30

Basicity (%)

40-90

Insoluble substance (%) ≤

0.3

PH(1% water solution)

3.5-5.0

The product can be made upon customers' special request.

Application Method & Notes

1. Dilution is necessary before dosing for the solid product. The normal dilution ratio is 2%-20% (based on weight percentage).

2. The specific dosage is based on the flocculation tests and trials by the users. The usual dosage of is 1-15 g/ton.

3. The product can not be stored with other chemicals.

4. The product is packed in inner plastic bags and further in polypropylene woven bags, with each bag containing 25 Kg or 500Kg.

5. The shelf life is one year. The product should be stored in a dry and ventilated place, but the effect will not be affected even if it gets wet. 

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