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Water Treatment Industry

  • Sodium Sulfite

    Sodium Sulfite

    Sodium sulfite, white crystalline powder, soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol. Insoluble chlorine and ammonia are mainly used as artificial fiber stabilizer, fabric bleaching agent, photographic developer, dye bleaching deoxidizer, fragrance and dye reducing agent, lignin removal agent for paper making.

  • Calcium Oxide

    Calcium Oxide

    Quick lime generally contains overheated lime, overheated lime maintenance is slow, if the stone ash paste hardening again, it will cause expansion cracking due to aging expansion. In order to eliminate this harm of lime burning, the lime should also be “aged” for about 2 weeks after maintenance. The shape is white (or gray, brown, white), amorphous, absorbing water and carbon dioxide from the air. Calcium oxide reacts with water to form calcium hydroxide and gives off heat. Soluble in acidic water, insoluble in alcohol. Inorganic alkaline corrosive articles, national hazard code :95006. Lime reacts chemically with water and is immediately heated to temperatures above 100°C.


  • Aluminium Sulfate

    Aluminium Sulfate

    Aluminum sulfate is a colorless or white crystalline powder/powder with hygroscopic properties. Aluminum sulfate is very acidic and can react with alkali to form the corresponding salt and water. The aqueous solution of aluminum sulfate is acidic and can precipitate aluminum hydroxide. Aluminum sulfate is a strong coagulant that can be used in water treatment, paper making and tanning industries.

  • Sodium Hypochlorite

    Sodium Hypochlorite

    Sodium hypochlorite is produced by the reaction of chlorine gas with sodium hydroxide. It has a variety of functions such as sterilization (its main mode of action is to form hypochlorous acid through hydrolysis, and then further decompose into new ecological oxygen, denaturating bacterial and viral proteins, thus playing a broad spectrum of sterilization), disinfection, bleaching and so on, and plays an important role in medical, food processing, water treatment and other fields.

  • Polyacrylamide(Pam)

    Polyacrylamide(Pam)

    (PAM) is a homopolymer of acrylamide or a polymer copolymerized with other monomers. Polyacrylamide (PAM) is one of the most widely used water-soluble polymers. (PAM) polyacrylamide is widely used in oil exploitation, paper making, water treatment, textile, medicine, agriculture and other industries. According to statistics, 37% of the world’s total polyacrylamide (PAM) production is used for wastewater treatment, 27% for the petroleum industry, and 18% for the paper industry.

  • Polyaluminum Chloride liquid (Pac)

    Polyaluminum Chloride liquid (Pac)

    Polyaluminum chloride is an inorganic substance, a new water purification material, inorganic polymer coagulant, referred to as polyaluminum. It is a water-soluble inorganic polymer between AlCl3 and Al(OH)3, which has a high degree of electric neutralization and bridging effect on colloids and particles in water, and can strongly remove micro-toxic substances and heavy metal ions, and has stable properties.

  • Polyaluminum Chloride Powder  (Pac)

    Polyaluminum Chloride Powder (Pac)

    Polyaluminum chloride is an inorganic substance, a new water purification material, inorganic polymer coagulant, referred to as polyaluminum. It is a water-soluble inorganic polymer between AlCl3 and Al(OH)3, which has a high degree of electric neutralization and bridging effect on colloids and particles in water, and can strongly remove micro-toxic substances and heavy metal ions, and has stable properties.

  • Magnesium Sulphate

    Magnesium Sulphate

    A compound containing magnesium, a commonly used chemical and drying agent, consisting of the magnesium cation Mg2+ (20.19% by mass) and the sulfate anion SO2−4. White crystalline solid, soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol. Usually encountered in the form of the hydrate MgSO4·nH2O, for various n values between 1 and 11. The most common is MgSO4·7H2O.

  • Sodium Bisulfate

    Sodium Bisulfate

    Sodium bisulphate, also known as sodium acid sulfate, is sodium chloride (salt) and sulfuric acid can react at high temperatures to produce a substance, anhydrous substance has hygroscopic, aqueous solution is acidic. It is a strong electrolyte, completely ionized in the molten state, ionized into sodium ions and bisulfate. Hydrogen sulfate can only self-ionization, ionization equilibrium constant is very small, can not be completely ionized.

  • Ferrous Sulfate

    Ferrous Sulfate

    Ferrous sulfate is an inorganic substance, the crystalline hydrate is heptahydrate at normal temperature, commonly known as “green alum”, light green crystal, weathered in dry air, the surface oxidation of brown basic iron sulfate in humid air, at 56.6℃ to become tetrahydrate, at 65℃ to become monohydrate. Ferrous sulfate is soluble in water and almost insoluble in ethanol. Its aqueous solution oxidizes slowly in air when it is cold, and oxidizes faster when it is hot. Adding alkali or exposure to light can accelerate its oxidation. The relative density (d15) is 1.897.

  • Magnesium Chloride

    Magnesium Chloride

    An inorganic substance that is composed of 74.54% chlorine and 25.48% magnesium and usually contains six molecules of crystalline water, MgCl2.6H2O. Monoclinic crystal, or salty, have a certain corrosive. Magnesium oxide is formed when water and hydrogen chloride are lost during heating. Slightly soluble in acetone, soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, pyridine. It deliqueses and causes smoke in wet air, and sublimates when it is white hot in the gas stream of hydrogen.

  • Calcium Hydroxide

    Calcium Hydroxide

    Hydrated lime or hydrated lime It is a white hexagonal powder crystal. At 580℃, the water loss becomes CaO. When calcium hydroxide is added to water, it is divided into two layers, the upper solution is called clarified lime water, and the lower suspension is called lime milk or lime slurry. The upper layer of clear lime water can test carbon dioxide, and the lower layer of cloudy liquid lime milk is a building material. Calcium hydroxide is a strong alkali, has bactericidal and anti-corrosion ability, has a corrosive effect on skin and fabric.

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