Cationic Polyacrylamide Powder CPAM Dispersing Agent For Paper
Dispersing agent for paper making is a kind of composite high
molecular weight polymer, whose appearance is white fine granule.
It is water soluble and the solution has high viscosity. It will
promote the dispersing of the fiber and the form of the paper with
low additive amount.
Our products can help improve the balance of the paper pulp. And
the tenacity of the fiber is highly improved. In the coating
process of paper making. It has high efficiency for dispersing. The
viscosity of the painting is steady. Less foam. on-toxic, no
corrosion is the characters of our products. The flow ability and
scrub resistance is very good. So the paper could keep the gloss
and hard to mildew. And our products could improve the speed of the
paper machine during the process of papermaking, save the time for
pulping, reduce energy consumption, and have significant economic
benefits. They are widely used in various toilet paper, napkins,
white tissue papers, and cultural papers, as well as light sheet
papers and newsprint papers.
|Appearance:||Off-White Granular Powder|
|Bulk Density:||About 0.6-0.8|
|Specific Gravity at 25°C:||1.01-1.1|
|Recommended Working Concentration:||0.1%|
How to Use Blufloc Polyacrylamide?
Application and Dosage:
The dosage range of varies from 0.2 - 3.0 ppm depending upon the
type of effluent and application. It is always advised to do a jar
test for evaluating the functioning and approximate dosage.
Put sample of effluent in a beaker and add it as designated,
agitate for 1 minute at 100-120 rpm and then slowly agitate at
60rpm. Determine the floc properly at this time and note the
sedimentation and clarity of top solution.
Procedure and precautions upon dispersion and dissolving
Dissolving time: The time required to dissolve the flocculant
varies according to the type of flocculant, water quality,
temperature and agitation. However, most flocculants generally
require around 1 hour of agitation to completely dissolve the
powder. Incomplete mixture of flocculant or lumping may inhibit the
performance of the flocculant.
Agitation speed: The ideal revolution of the agitator is between
200-400rpm. A high speed agitator operating without reducing the
revolution of a motor is not advised, since it may cut the
molecules of the flocculant. An ideal agitator motor should be of
1HP for a 1-2m3 mixing tank.
Dissolving concentration: Flocculants should be standardly be
dissolved to 0.1-0.2% concentration. It is also effective to start
dissolving at a slightly higher concentration, and then dilute the
flocculant mixture immediately before use.
Handling measures and precautions:
Proper human safety products such as Splash goggles, lab coat,
vapor respirator, gloves and boots should be worn while handling
and applying chemicals. Splashes on skin should be washed off with
water immediately. In case of splashing into the eyes, flush it
with fresh water and obtain medical attention. Should not be
injected. Please refer MSDS for more details.