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Product Data
• PAC POWDER

DESCRIPTION

PAC POWDER is a polymeric compound of chlorinated aluminium hydrate, generally known as polyaluminium chloride (PAC). When utilizing PAC POWDER, considerable technical and economic benefits can be achieved, based the chain length of polymer, high number of positive electric charges and high molecular weight; as compared with conventional flocculants such as aluminium sulphate, ferric chloride or ferric sulphate.

GENERAL SPECIFICATION

Appearance……………………………… Yellowish powder
Bulk density…………………………….. 1000 kg/m3
pH (solution 1g/liter)……………………. 4.3
A12O3 content……………………….….. 31 ± 1%
Chloride…………………………………. 35 ± 1%
Basicity………………………………….. 46 ± 3%
Water Insoluble………………………….. 0%

TREATMENT AND DOSAGE

PAC POWDER can be dissolved in water with A12O3 content up to 18%.

The amount of water needed to prepare a solution of chosen concentration, with 1kg of PAC POWDER, can be calculated (approximately) as follows :-

31
---- - 1 = kgs of water
__
p%

Where p is solution concentration.

HANDLING

The product has a low order of toxicity but may be irritating to skin or eyes to its acidic nature. Splashes should be washed immediately with plenty of fresh water. It should not be stored under direct sunlight or at temperature higher than 60° C.

PACKING PAC POWDER is available in 25kg bag. .

All statements, information and data presented herein are believed to be accurate and reliable but are not to be taken as a guarantee, express warranty or implied warranty of merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose or representation, express or implied, for which seller assumes legal responsibility and they are offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of this product are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe on any patent. Date:05/12/96

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