Flocculant for Sewage Treatment
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Cationic Polyacrylamide can be used in all solid-liquid separation processes in municipal (or sewage) wastewater treatment. Examples are as follows: Primary sewage treatment, physic-chemical method. Often the use of an anionic polymer in combination with an inorganic/organic coagulant can reduce the biological loading on the secondary treatment. Additionally by accelerating settlement rates in the primary clarifiers the size of the clarifier can be reduced, resulting in a significant capital saving.
Activated sludge treatment, biochemical process. Product choice is entirely dependant on the application although typically a medium to high charge cationic polymer is required.
Digested sludge treatment. Typically higher charged cationic polymers are more effective with the choice of molecular weight being dependant on the solid-liquid separation process.
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Its shelf-life is 2 years and follow non-dangerous transportation; The solid products are packed in kraft paper bag with inner plastic bag, with each bag containing 25 kgs/20kgs or in accordance with customers' demand.