Anionic Polyelectrolyte (Anionic Poly-acrylamide)

Polyacrylamide, also called PAM, is composed of a long chain polymer and acrylamide that can have a negative, positive or neutral charge. Polyacrylamides have the ability to dissolve in water and, according to their structure and load, can absorb colloid particles with negative charge (particles of soil, sand, etc.) and positive charge (like some organic materials).

Anionic polycarbonate copolymers of acrylamide copolymers with enhanced load properties are sodium-acrylate groups, have a negative charge and, after dissolving in water, produce a solution with negative charge properties. Based on the latest technology of the day, it has a high efficiency due to the use of special additives in its formulations as well as high molecular weight in processes (flocculation processes).

Characterization of Anionic poly-electrolyte:

– High molecular mass and low percentage of consumption compared to similar types
– Ability to dissolve faster than similar specimens and functionality in a wide range of pH
– Long-term stability during storage
– Contains the lowest amount of monomer remaining in the product

 

Applications of Anionic polyelectrolyte

One of the most important applications of anionic polyethylene electrolyte (anionic polyacrylamide) in the treatment of water and wastewater. Anionic polycarbonate (polyacrylamide) is used in the purification of industrial wastewater, in particular wastewater containing large suspended particles with high concentration and positive charge in water with natural pH or even play. Anionic polyethylene electrolyte (polyacrylamide) is very effective for wastewater treatment of steel and iron units, metal plating, metallurgy, and coal distillation.

This product, as a flocculant agent, causes the formation of a primary clot and increases its size by closing the suspended particles, which leads to faster settling and increased filtration efficiency. Typically, a concentration of one tenth of the observed amount of polyethylene solution PAI is used.
It is recommended to use this product in the appropriate mixer at a concentration of 0.5-0.3% by weight, then dilute to the desired concentration at the place of use.
POLYNOX PE at 20 ° C for about one and a half hours is required to completely dissolve anionic polyethylene electrolyte in an appropriate mixing device, and this time reaches two hours at 10 ° C.

Storage conditions:

Anionic polyethylene electrolyte is essentially sensitive to the presence of water, either in droplets or as moisture in the air. Therefore, it is recommended that the product be kept closed in a closed container at temperatures between zero and thirty five degrees Celsius and away from sunlight. The shelf life of this product is in optimal conditions for at least one year.

 

Anionic polyelectrolyte:
       COA
                                                                                   MSDS