Main use:

Sludge dewatering: Adding cationic polyacrylamide to sludge and stirring it can be used for sludge dewatering. Cationic polyacrylamide molecules attach to sludge particles, forming a network that fixes the particles together. This makes the sludge stronger, easier to filter and dehydrate.

Flocculation: Adding cationic polyacrylamide to water and stirring can be used to coagulate suspended solids. Its molecules attach to suspended solids, forming larger particles called flocs. These coagulants are more easily removed from water through sedimentation or filtration.

Sedimentation: Cationic polyacrylamide can be added to the water before it enters the sedimentation tank, thereby improving the sedimentation effect. Cationic polyacrylamide molecules will attach to suspended solids, causing them to become larger and heavier, thus settling down faster.

Filtering: Adding cationic polyacrylamide to water before it enters the filter can be used to improve filtration efficiency. Its molecules attach to the suspended solid, making it easier to filter.

Controlling Taste and Odor: Cationic polyacrylates can be used to remove dissolved organic compounds that can cause these issues, thereby controlling the taste and odor of water.

Other uses:

In addition to the above applications, cationic polyacrylonitrile can also be used for other applications in water treatment, such as:

Remove algae and other microorganisms from water;

Prevent the formation of scale and other deposits in pipelines and other equipment;

Improve the efficiency of water treatment plants.