Polyacrylamide (IUPAC poly(2-propenamide) or poly(1-carbamoylethylene), abbreviated as PAM) is a polymer (-CH2CHCONH2-) formed from acrylamide subunits. It can be synthesized as a simple linear-chain structure or cross-linked, typically using N, N'-methylenebisacrylamide.
Poduct name: Anionic polyacrylamide
Main application: Flocculant and industrial waste water sludge dewatering.
Anionic polyacrylamide technicals:
Molecular weight: 5-22 million
Anionic charge: 10%-40%
Solid content: 89% min
Dissolve time: 60 minutes
As flocculants for wastewater from different industries
Thickening agent for textile printing and coating
Coal washing and sedimentation
Wet strengthening agent, resident agent for paper making
Drilling mud additive for oilfield
For sugar refining
Fluid loss control
Economical to use - lower dosage levels.
Easily soluble in water; Dissolves rapidly.
Non corrosive of suggested dosage, economical and effective at low levels.
Can eliminate the use of alum & further ferric salts when used as primary coagulants.
Reduction in sludge of dewatering process system.
Packed in Kraft paper bags with inner plastic bags, with each bag containing 25kgs, or 25kg PE bags