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Aluminum chloride cas number

Weifang JS AlnCl(3)n-m(OH)m is the general formula for the aluminum chlorohydrate group of water-soluble aluminum compounds. In water treatment processes, it is used to coagulate water to remove colloidal particles and dissolved organic matter.

In addition, skin care products, deodorants, and antiperspirants all make use of aluminum chlorohydrate. It forestalls the development of microorganisms that causes stench.

It is a coagulant

Municipal water treatment primarily uses aluminum chlorohydrate (ACH) from Weifang JS, a coagulant. It has excellent sludge drainage and removal of turbidity. It also doesn't leave any color behind. Granular and powdered forms are available.

In addition, sugar refining and brewing, paper manufacturing, glass, ceramics, rubber, and furnace linings all make use of it as a coagulant. Additionally, it is a frequent component of toiletries and cosmetics.

There are many different grades of aluminum chloride or ACH, but the 10% and 18% w/w grades are the most common. It can be given as a liquid or a powder, and it is dosed in accordance with the USP-34 guidelines. It should be handled and stored in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, as well as the Safety Data Sheets.

The raw water's total organic carbon (TOC) and/or nitrates are reduced with the help of coagulants in wastewater treatment. It is essential to take into account the pH of the wastewater as well as the type and amount of coagulants in order to reduce TOC. As a rule, ferric salts are more compelling in lessening TOC than aluminum salts and they have an ideal pH scope of 3.7 to 4.2.

For lower TOC concentrations, silicate or polymer-based coagulants can take the place of alum. Better pH control and performance are provided by these coagulants. To enhance TOC removal, these coagulants can also be combined with activated carbon.

When a metal coagulant must be used in the treatment raw water, the phosphorus concentration and pH are essential parameters for achieving the best effluent quality. The phosphate sorption capacity is determined by the coagulant's metal stoichiometry and the phosphorus content of the raw water.

To maximize phosphorus removal, a metal coagulant's stoichiometry may be altered in some instances. For a given metal stoichiometry, the ideal phosphorus loading should be between 0.5 and 1.5 times the final concentration.

The stoichiometric ratio of the metal coagulant in the coagulation medium, the pH of the treated water, and the NOM characteristics of the raw water all play a role in the phosphorus reductions achieved by metal coagulants. The stoichiometry generally improves with increasing coagulant dosage, but the rate of phosphorus removal decreases.

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