Focused solve problems and reduce operating costs for customers.
Professional manufacturer of cationic polymer modified products
Cpolymer Eco-Technologies Co., Ltd. is a professional manufacturer and supplier of Function monomers, Polymer series, Water treatment chemicals, Pulp&paper chemicals, Oil chemicals and textile chemicals, Auxiliaries for Household Chemicals, with decades of experience in production, R&D, and application service.It’s located in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu, China.
Our main products include Poly(Dimethyl diallyl ammonium Chloride) Solutions (shortened Polydadmac or PDADMAC), polyamine, Poly(allylamine hydrochloride), polyacrylamide emulsion, paper fixing agent, retention and drainage aids, surface sizing agent, dry / wet strength agent, coating additives (anti-agent, lubricants, dispersants), formaldehyde-free fixing agent in printing and dyeing,etc. The annual output of polydadmac and polyamine is 10,000 tons each, and other auxiliaries is 30,000 tons. Our company successfully passed ISO9001 quality management certification and ISO14001 Environment Management Certification.
With more than ten years of experience in research and application, Cpolymer has professional R & D team, applications team and sales team, focused solve problems and reduce operating costs for customers.
With the development of polydadmac's application range, the research and development of new polydadmac products with high relative molecular weight, series of relative molecular weight and controllable relative molecular weight distribution through preparation process research is the direction of polydadmac product research and development.
Recently, the Resource Cycle and Urban Metabolism Research Group of the Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences has made progress in the research on the global trade network pattern of polyethylene (PE) plastic waste.
Recently, the wastewater treatment plant in the relocation project of Tianjin eastern suburb sewage treatment plant and reclaimed water plant, which was jointly constructed by CSCEC, has officially put into commercial operation.
Wetlands enjoy the reputation of the "Kidney of the Earth" and have attracted global attention in terms of intercepting pollutants and improving water quality. Wetlands can reduce nitrogen pollution through various means such as plant absorption, soil fixation, and soil microbial processes (including denitrification and anaerobic ammonia oxidation).