E series (EMULSION TYPE) are concentrated liquid
flocculants that match today's energy-saving trends.
Nonionic/Anionic Series [ACCOFLOC®E]
Cationic/Amphoteric Series [ARONFLOC®E]
E series (EMULSION TYPE) products are concentrated,
liquid polymer flocculant. Compared to powder-type
flocculant, they save labor and are easier to automate. Also, because
they are readily soluble, they can improve the performance of solution
A wide-range line-up of nonionic, anionic, and cationic products
maximizes the effects according to need.
1. Excellent solubility
Whereas conventional powder flocculants take 40 to 60 minutes for
90% of the powder to dissolve,
only a few minutes, depending on the dissolution method.
products come in liquid form, so they
are more suited to automated dissolution and continuous automated
dissolution than powder flocculants. In addition, because they
dissolve easily, solution facilities can be downsized.
3. Superior flocculating
and dewatering performances
Unlike the production method of conventional powder flocculant,
products are created according to an
emulsion polymerization method, and their dewatering performance
is especially outstanding.
4. No powder-scattering
products are liquid, there is no
worry of powder scattering when handling them, and thus they help
improve the working
Dissolve E series to a concentration
appropriate to the dissolution equipment. (Please
refer to the
below for optimal concentrations
of each product.) A concentration of 1:400 for nonionic
and anionic products and 1:200 for cationic products
2. Dissolution water
Dissolution water should be
a pure (pH-neutral)
water. Even if good quality dissolution water
is not available,
solubility makes it possible to obtain better performances
than powder products in some cases. (Please consult
with us before use.)
3. Dissolution method
E series, directly
it into the dilution water feed, or swiftly pour
it into a stirring dissolution tank. If stirring
in the tank is weak, if
is added slowly, or if it is applied in small doses,
it will take a prolonged time to dissolve uniformly.
As shown in the graph, results can be obtained in
a short time, but it would take more than 10 minutes
to obtain stable performance.
In addition, dissolution facilities can be
with the use of continuous dissolution equipment
that require less dissolution time.
* E series is a liquid flocculant, so if it is left standing for a prolonged
period of time, the dispersed particles will gradually settle and
create a supernatant. To prevent this separation, regularly stir
the liquid before use.
stirring using a mixer
(approx. 10 min./day)
(for long-standing stock)
and other small packages
the outlet facing down
Shake and stir well before use
* E series products contain additives which may affect the
material you are using. Make sure that the dissolution facility
storage tank for the stock solution, pumps, and piping are made
of appropriate material.
The following chart shows examples of materials
that are suitable and not suitable for each type of equipment.
FRP Polyvinyl chloride
EStirring mixer (contact portion)
(Be sure to read the product instruction manual before use)
adheres to your skin during use, wipe it off with a brush or cloth
and wash with water. When handling
wear rubber gloves and safety goggles.
gets in your eye, rinse your eye with
water and consult a medical
If you spill
on the floor, absorb it
with a cloth, sawdust, or sand, and wipe it away before flushing
the floor with water.
should be stored in
a cool, dark place at temperatures between 5C
and 30C. Shelf life
is four months from the date of delivery.
Be sure to close the receptacle containing
before storing it. Avoid storing it in locations where direct
sunlight or other factors are apt to raise the temperature.
If left standing for a prolonged period of time, the liquid may
separate. In this case, stir well before use. There is no influence
on the quality of the product.
The liquid concentrate may freeze if it is left abandoned at
temperatures below -5C.
Store it in a location where freezing will not occur.