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POWDER TYPE

A wide-range line-up of ACCOFLOC® products offers
stable performance and solutions to various needs.

Nonionic/Anionic Series [ACCOFLOC®], [SUMIFLOC]
Cationic/Amphoteric Series [ARONFLOC®]



Polymer flocculants promote flocculation by neutralizing the superficial electric charges of sludge particles in the water and unstabilizing each suspended solid.
The activated functional group inside the polymer flocculant then causes the particles to adsorb to each other. The cross-linking effect of the particles further flocculates the sludge particles and promotes the formation of still larger flocs.
Powder type not only satisfies these basic functions, but its wide-range line-up of nonionic, anionic, and cationic products maximizes the Performance of Powder type according to need.



1. Excellent floculation
2. Effective at small dosages
3. Superior clarity of waste water
4. Effective over a wide pH range
5. Outstanding filtration and dewatering properties that enhance sludge dewatering efficiency
6. Even greater processing effects can be achieved in conjunction with an inorganic coagulant
7. Product development and production management give primary consideration to safety
8. In addition to general industrial use, PWG products are also available to respond to wide-ranging needs.
*PWG : Potable Water Grade
Basic structure



1. Usage (safety goggles and rubber gloves recommended)
When handling large volumes of powder products, powder dust may scatter. When handling these products, be sure to wear safety goggles, rubber gloves, and a dust-protective mask.
If the powder product accidentally gets into your eye, do not rub your eye. Rinse with a steady flow of water for at least 15 minutes, and then consult a medical specialist.
If the powder product adheres to your face, hands and feet, or any other exposed skin, wash it away with soap.
If the powder product spills onto the floor or ground, immediately wipe it up with a cloth or paper. Spilled powder readily absorbs moisture and becomes extremely slippery, so after wiping, flush the area with a large volume of water. Scattering sand is also effective as an emergency measure.
For more information, please see the " Material Safety Data Sheet" supplied with the product concerned.

2. Safe storage (product life)
Powder type products come in paper bags with inner plastic bags, and emulsion/liquid products come in metal cans or bulk containers. As they are all packages designed for indoor storage, please store the product in a well-ventilated room.
The shelf life of powder products is a one year, and that of emulsion/liquid products is three to six months. It may differ slightly depending on storage conditions, but please use the product within the specified period.
The storage stability of dissolved products is extremely low. Although it differs among anionic, nonionic, and cationic products, please try to use them as quickly as possible. Note also that performance degradation occurs quicker particularly in cationic products.

3. Corrosiveness (products and liquid solutions)
Powder products are non-corrosive toward metals in general. However, emulsion/liquid products are highly corrosive, so avoid contact with steel, aluminum, and other general metals.
On the other hand, dissolved products are generally corrosive when their electric conductivity increases. Cationic solutions particularly become corrosive because they have lower pH levels (they are more acidic).
Based on the above points, recommended materials for equipment that come into contact with the emulsion/liquid solution, such as the dissolving unit, dissolver, mixer, piping, and pump, include hard vinyl chloride resin, FRP and other plastics, and rust-resistant stainless steel.
When using a steel tank, apply an anti-corrosive coat (coal tar epoxy, etc.) to the inner liner of the tank.

4. Safety
MT Aquapolymer, Inc. has conducted numerous skin tests and animal experiments to verify the safety of polyacrylamide. Acrylamide (monomer), the raw material used in polyacrylamide polymer flocculant, has relatively high toxicity, and was registered a "deleterious substance" in Japan in 1974. The safety of Acrylamide (monomer)-based polyacrylamide was confirmed in 1960 following a test of the a two-year continuous administration experiment on dogs and rats.
Various other experiments have also been conducted showing that polyacrylamide is pharmaceutically "chemically stable."
However, when handling large volumes of powder type products and when exposing your skin to them repeatedly or for a prolonged time, be sure to wear safety goggles, rubber gloves, and other protective gear. Also be sure to wash your face and hands after use.

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