|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Brand Name:||LANSEN CHEM|
|Model Number:||LSC 51-55|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1Metric Ton/Metric Tons|
|Packaging Details:||210kg net in plastic drum, or 1100kg/IBC|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 work days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||1000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month|
|Classification:||Chemical Auxiliary Agent||Type:||LSC 51-55|
|Product Name:||Polyamine||Appearance:||Colorless To Pale Yellow Viscous Liquid|
cationic polymer flocculant,
Polyamine is liquid Cationic Water Purifying Chemicals for Waste Water Treatment and for solid-liquid separation in industrial and municipal applications.
|Product Name:||Quaternary Ammonium Polymer|
|Appearance:||Clear and Light Yellow, Transparent Colloid|
|Relative Molecular Weight:||Very High|
|Specific Gravity :||1.10-1.15 (at 20°C)|
|PH Value :||5-7(1% Solution)|
Function Organic Flocculant water purification chemicals
Organic water purifying chemical polyamine of varying molecular weight and active content. They are primarily used in applications to enhance solid-liquid separation and allow rapid settlement of finely suspended solids. The range of polyamine products ensures that the solid-liquid separation process is tailored, cost-effective and efficient.
LANSEN polyamine is an aqueous based copolymer of dimethylamine and epichlorohydrin. It is available at different molecular weights, from low to ultra high.
Our comprehensive range is produced on world-scale, state-of-the-art manufacturing plant to ensure we can reliably serve the needs of customers globally.
Products are of high purity and consistency.
Polyamine can be used for a wide range of solid-liquid separation situations, giving highly efficient and cost-effective effluent treatment.
It can be used alone, with an inorganic coagulant or with an organic flocculant, depending on the application. In many cases, it can remove the need for using inorganic coagulants.
These products may be used in demanding effluent treatment situations such as colour removal and treatment of textile effluents.
|Polyamine in Sugar Syrup and Juice Treatment:|
|Sugar, with water, is one of the main raw materials in the beverage industry.
Sugar, especially cane sugar, may be of different quality depending on the type of refining process to which it was subjected. In some cases the sugar available cannot be used as it is because it does not meet the quality standards and requirements of beverage bottlers. In this case the sugar syrup may be subjected to the following treatments: filtering (to eliminate suspended solids), clarification and decolorization (to reduce turbidity and colour) and deodorization (to eliminate any unpleasant odours and/or flavours).
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