Cationic Polyacrylamides (Dry)

Dry, granular, free-flowing polymer powder.

Cationic polyacrylamides, in their dry forms, are water-soluble polymers characterized by high molecular weights and positively charged cationic groups. These dry polymers are utilized in water treatment, papermaking, and other industrial processes to improve flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration. Their properties, including molecular weight and cationic charge density, can be tailored to meet the specific needs of these applications, offering a versatile range of dry formulations for optimal performance.

Energy Sector

Dry cationic polyacrylamides are employed in the energy sector as drilling fluid additives to increase the viscosity of fluids, enhancing the suspension of cuttings and maintaining borehole stability during drilling operations. These dry polymers also serve as flocculants in the treatment of produced water, facilitating the removal of suspended solids and reducing the environmental impact of discharged water. Furthermore, they are utilized as friction reducers in pipeline transportation, decreasing pumping pressure and improving flow efficiency. In enhanced oil recovery processes, the use of dry cationic polyacrylamides aids in optimizing oil production efficiency, demonstrating their versatility and effectiveness across various applications.

Water Treatment

Dry cationic polyacrylamides (CPAMs) are commonly utilized in water treatment as flocculants to remove suspended solids, organic matter, and bacteria from wastewater. Their high molecular weight and charge density make them effective in water clarification, sedimentation, and sludge dewatering processes. Dry CPAMs can also serve as coagulant aids, enhancing the performance of metal salts in removing water contaminants. Additionally, in oilfield water treatment, they are used to improve the separation of oil and water. Overall, dry CPAMs are versatile water treatment agents that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of various treatment processes.

Pulp & Paper

Dry cationic polyacrylamides (CPAMs) are extensively utilized in the pulp and paper industry as flocculants, retention aids, and drainage aids. They enhance the papermaking process by promoting the aggregation of fine particles and fibers, improving water drainage, and boosting the retention of fibers and fillers. These dry polymers also contribute to the strength and quality of paper products, lower the consumption of raw materials and energy, and minimize waste. Particularly valuable for the production of high-quality printing and writing paper, tissue paper, and packaging paper, dry CPAMs are recognized for their biodegradability and eco-friendliness, marking them as sustainable choices for the pulp and paper industry.

CAS No.: 9003-05-8

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