PolyDADMAC is widely used in drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, texitiles, cosmetics, minig (coal, gold, iron etc.),paper making, petroleum exploitation.
PolyDADMAC is often used in the paper industry as a fixative and trash catcher. Along with aluminum sulfate, PEI (polyethyleneimine) and dicyandiamide-formaldehyde, it is one of the cationic fixing agents and is mostly used in bulk (in paper manufacture).
It is also used as a BOD/ COD reducer and as a color removal for high-color waste water from dyestuff industry.
This chemical is scientifically formulated for use in wastewater treatment and sludge de-watering applications.
PolyDADMAC can be used as a replacement to inorganic coagulants.
It also helps reduce the required doses of basic reagents used in the coagulation process including sodium hydroxide, lime, etc.
It is also effective in precipitating anionic surfactants, minimizing the production of sludge, which helps improve the subsequent sludge de-watering stages and results in the improved effluent output.
It is highly effective when used for the secondary decantation of biological sludge coming from aerobic and anaerobic digesters.
It enhances rapid sludge settling and is sympathetic to the existing biological flora. It is effective across a wide range of pH without modification.
Key Features and Benefits
High performance cationic coagulant polymer based on PolyDADMAC developed for wastewater treatment and sludge dewatering applications
Reduces required doses of basic reagents used in coagulation process
Effective in precipitating anionic surfactants
Improves sludge dewatering stages and results in improved effluent output
Highly effective when used for the secondary decantation of biological sludge coming from aerobic and anaerobic digesters
Enhances rapid sludge settling
Sympathetic to the existing biological flora
Effective across a wide range of pH
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