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Hydrolyzed polyacrylamide

Weifang JS polyacrylamide (PAM) is an acrylamide-based polymer that can be used in a wide range of applications. It is a polymer that can swell, dissolves in water, and is safe for living things. It can be made in a simple linear chain or in a cross-linked form.

PAMs are used to flocculate water and sewage. They also are used in papermaking and screen printing to lubricate and bind materials.

Water Treatment

Pam polyacrylamide from Weifang JS is used in water treatment as a coagulant or flocculant. It is a natural soluble polymer that is formed through the polymerization of sub-units of acrylamide.

It makes water thicker and is used in the oil industry to help get more oil out of the ground. It also serves as a binder for pulp fibers in the paper industry.

PAM is also a good flocculant that can be used to treat wastewater from mining and separate minerals from ores. Rising awareness about wastewater treatment and the implementation of stringent regulations relating to wastewater from industrial and municipal sources are expected to drive the global polyacrylamide market.

Besides water treatment, polyacrylamide is also used in soil conditioning and as a thickening agent. It is a good thickening and suspending agent, and it can help with the treatment of soil pollution by removing phosphorus and nitrogen. It also acts as a biodegradable plasticizer and stabilizer in cosmetics.

Why choose Weifang JS Hydrolyzed polyacrylamide?

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Weifang JS Polyacrylamide is a common ingredient in cosmetics and personal products such as skin care products, moisturizers and sunscreens, hair care, nail care, sunless tanning, and make-up removers. It is made from acrylamide, which forms during high-temperature cooking of starchy foods such as roasting, baking, or frying.

Acrylamide, however, is a neurotoxin known to cause cancer in animals. The European Commission limits the amount of acrylamide in leave-on cosmetics to 0.1 ppm and 0.5 ppm for other products.

There is a new way to find out how much acrylamide is in cosmetics that does not require a step of derivatization first (see Table 2). This procedure is simple and sensitive, which allows it to meet the European Regulation on Cosmetic Products' threshold values and ensure consumer safety.

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