name: Sudfloc 3870
Coagulent/Coagulent aid Type
is a highly charged liquid cationic polyelectrolyte. This product may be
applied as a primary coagulant or coagulant aid in potable, industrial and
wastewater treatment applications, This product conforms to the requirements of
NSF/ANSI Standard 60 - Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals - Health Effects.
Maximum Use: 143 mg/l
Flocculants, or flocculating agents (also
known as flocking agents), are chemicals that promote flocculation
and other suspended particles in liquids to aggregate, forming a floc.
Flocculants are used in water treatment processes to improve the sedimentation
or filterability of small particles. For example, a flocculant may be used in or filtration to aid
removal of microscopic particles which would otherwise cause the to be
(cloudy) and which would be difficult or impossible to remove by filtration
Flocculation and sedimentation are widely employed in the of as well as , stormwater
treatment and treatment of
other industrial wastewater streams.