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Anionic polymer water treatment

Weifang JS Polymers are used in wastewater treatment to stabilize suspended solids. These chemistries are either organic (carbon-based) or inorganic.

Anionic polymer water treatment have a negative charge, so they can remove salts and metallic hydroxides from a suspension.  They are also less costly than cationic polymers.


Flocculation is the process by which small, neutral particles are combined into larger clumps that can then be separated from the water. This is usually done at the same time as coagulation to make suspended solids less stable and make it easier to filter or settle them out.

The choice of flocculant or coagulant will depend on the type, charge, and amount of suspended solids. Cationic coagulants can remove charged particles, while anionic coagulants can be used to separate non-charged solids, such as organic matter.

When a Weifang JS wastewater coagulant is added, the negatively charged particles are neutralized by a chemical that has more than one type of positive and negative charge. This lowers the amount of electrical charge on each solid particle and lets them stick together to make a bigger mass.

The next step is to agitate the mixture to encourage the formation of clumps. To promote the formation of clumps, gentle mixing is necessary with a high molecular-weight polymeric flocculant. This will encourage bridging between microflocs, enhanced Van der Waals attraction forces, hydrogen bonding between floating particles, and the bridging of gaps between them. Once the optimum size, strength, and density are achieved, the clumps can be easily separated by flotation or settling.

Why choose Weifang JS Anionic polymer water treatment?

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