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AVAILABLE CATEGORIES OF POLYELECTROLYTE
OVERVIEW & MAIN APPLICATIONS

Classification of Polyelectrolytes is based on their charge: Anionic, Cationic, Non-Ionic.
CLASSIFICATION
POLYELECTROLYTE COAGULANTS TECHNICAL INFORMATION
CHEMICAL CLASS
ANIONIC

Water is a strategic and valuable resource. Polyelectrolytes flocculants or coagulants are organic natural and synthetic water soluble macromolecules mainly used for water clarification by separation of suspended solids contaminants. Industrial and Municipal waste water, process and cooling recirculation water and surface water are treated to produce clean industrial water or drinking water.

Polyelectrolytes are polymers carrying positively or negatively charged ionizable groups. These  polymers when dissociate in water solution becomes charged. Properties are similar both to electrolytes and polymers determining different interaction with various substances. Natural and synthetic polyelectrolytes are largely used within various industries. Different types of Polyelectrolytes are available depending on charge type, density and molecular weight. Each type must be selected from experts for any specific demand. Formulated products are available as granular or as aqueous solution.

Typical Applications:

Flocculation of suspended solids from water and waste water

Stabilization of colloidal suspension

Modification of particles surface charge enabling dispersion in water solutions.

Thickeners of sludges

Mine Tailings treatment

Flotation

Super-plasticizer for concrete and slurries

Detergents additives

Drinking Water
Chemical Industry
Mining
Waste Water
Industrial Water
Sludge Dewatering
Light
Medium
Strong
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CATIONIC
Light
Medium
Strong
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
NON IONIC

TREATED

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