Polyaluminum chloride (PAC) is a yellowish powder, commonly applied in its liquid form, known for its effectiveness as a coagulant in water treatment processes. It also plays a vital role in the paper manufacturing industry, aiding in paper sizing and wastewater treatment.
Polyaluminum Chloride (PAC), an efficient coagulant in water treatment, excels at clarifying water by capturing suspended particles, microbes, and impurities. Its distinctive ability to aggregate contaminants enables easier removal through sedimentation or filtration, yielding purer water for drinking or industrial purposes. PAC is vital in contemporary water treatment plants for its effectiveness and is also available as NSF certified, ensuring it meets stringent health standards for safety and quality in water treatment applications.
In the pulp and paper industry, polyaluminum chloride (PAC) serves as a crucial additive for improving paper quality and wastewater management. Its ability to aggregate fine particles enhances paper sheet formation and strength, while in wastewater treatment, PAC effectively removes organic compounds and suspended solids, thereby reducing environmental impact and improving the sustainability of paper production processes. This dual functionality makes PAC an invaluable asset in the pulp and paper sector.
Available in white powder and light yellow powder forms
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