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1. LANSEN polyamine mainly used to synthesize various kinds of high molecular water treating compounds. Its effects are electric neutralization, adsorption, flocculation, purification and decoloration, and is also used for sewage treatment.
2. It is especially effective with charged particles, to which inorganic flocculants are ineffective.
3. It is used to remove color of waste water generated by textiles process houses and dyes industries and paper mills.
4. In water treatment, also can be blended with inorganic polymers for water purification, such as polyaluminium chloride (PAC) and aluminum chlorohydrate (ACH), will be better performance.
Polyamine / Polyamine flocculant / Polyamine coagulant
(Equivalent to Ultrafloc 5100, Magnafloc LT 31)
|Active Ingredient:||Cationic Quartenary Amine Polymer|
|Chemical Name:||Polydimethylamine, Epichlorohydrine, Poly(EPI-DMA) , Quaternary Ammonium Compounds|
|Port of Loading:||Shanghai Port, China|
|Delivery Time:||Within 10 Working Days After Got Your Payment|
|Package:||Packed in 25L, 200L, 1000L drums|
|Applications:||Water treatment, paper making, sludge dewatering, textile, sugar and juice, drilling, oil & gas, mining .|
|Sample:||Free to test|
|Appearance:||Slight yellow to yellow liquid|
|Molecular Weight:||Low to very high|
|Approximate Brookfield Viscosity at 25° C:||200-18000cps|
|Specific Gravity at 25°C:||1.01-1.15|
|PH (1% aqua solution):||4 - 7|
|What is Polyamine?|
|Polyamine is liquid cationic polymer of different molecular weight which work efficiently as primary coagulants and charge neutralization agents in liquid-solid separation processes in a wide variety of industries.
|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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