WWT 80 is a high-charge, high-molecular-weight, cationic polyacrylamide in dry form. It is used as a flocculant in a wide variety of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment applications. This product has been successfully applied in liquid/solids separation systems, including clarification and dewatering.

Functions: Flocculant

Chemical Family: Cationics, Polyacrylamides

Applicable Processes: Industrial Water Treatment, Water Clarification, Water Treatment

Features: Improved Dewatering

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Preparation and Feeding Information

WWT 80 is a dry polymer that must be pre-diluted in water before use. One method for dilution is adding the polymer into the vortex of a mixed tank at a concentration between 0.1 - 0.5% polymer by weight and then mixing at slow speed (300 rpm maximum). A much better method is to use a dry polymer make down system. A number of commercially available systems will produce excellent results. Polymer solutions should be aged for 30-60 minutes prior to use for best results. Solution shelf life is 8-16 hours.

Properties

Physical Form
Appearance
White powder
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Cationic Charge55.0%-
Mesh Size (Above #10 Mesh)max. 2%-
Mesh Size (Below #100 Mesh)max. 6%-
Viscosity (at 0.1%)20.0cPs-
Viscosity (at 0.25%)50.0cPs-
Viscosity (at 0.5%)110.0cPs-
Bulk Density0.8--

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Shelf Life
2 Years
Storage, Stability and Handling Information

Suggested in-plant storage life is two years in unopened bags and drums. For best results, store at 32 - 90°F.