flocculant


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flocculant

[flok′yoo͡lənt]
an agent or substance that causes flocculation.
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Total quantity or scope: Group I: Chemical - liquid flocculant
Polymers 69 Other Coagulants & Flocculants 71 Biocides 73 Chlorine Derivatives 76 Chlorine 78 Other Biocides 81 pH Adjusters 85 Other Water Treatment Chemicals 88 Markets 92 Manufacturing 95 Chemical Processing & Petroleum Refining 98 Pulp & Paper 100
PRODUCTS 121 General 121 Biocides 124 Chlorine Derivatives 127 Chlorine 128 Bromine Derivatives 130 Other Biocides 131 Coagulants & Flocculants 133 Polymers 137 Metallic Salts 138 Other Coagulants & Flocculants 140 Corrosion Inhibitors 142 Molybdates 146 Phosphates 147 Nitrites 148 Phosphonates 150 Other Corrosion Inhibitors 151 pH Control Agents 153 Bases 156 Acids 158 Scale Control Agents 159 Foam Control Agents 162 Other Water Treatment Chemicals 165 Fluoridation Chemicals 166 Chelating Agents 168 Oxygen Scavengers 170 All Other Water Treatment Chemicals 172
The three major microparticle systems developed involved silica, bentonite, and micropolymers with cationic flocculants, wet end starch, or both.
In this study, a hydrophobically modified cationic flocculant has been prepared by dispersion copolymerization of cationic monomer, hydrophobic monomer and AM in aqueous ammonium sulfate (AS) solution.
Poly-Plus EHV also acts as a viscosifier, friction reducer and flocculant.
The new products include a corrosion inhibitor, scale inhibitor, biocide, gelling agent, friction reducer, coagulant, flocculant and drag reducing agent, all of them manufactured from natural polymers.
Based on the easy approachability model (EAM), the most effective flocculants are those that allow suspended particles to easily approach the polymer flocculant [4-6].
At the time this story begins, many retention packages and water treatment systems were using dual polymer systems comprised of LMW and HCD polymers followed by a much higher molecular weight cationic or anionic flocculant.
Developed by the Procter & Gamble Company and CDC, the intervention combines a chemical flocculant with a timed-release hypochlorite disinfectant.
Cytec will present Performance Evaluations of CYFLOCA HF Series New Dextran Based Hydrate Flocculant for The Alumina Industry.
Save disposal costs and water trips with SYSTEM FLOC-360[R] polymeric flocculant.