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What will happen if polyacrylamide flocculant is added too much?
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First, polyacrylamide does not refer to a product, but is composed of many types, such as inorganic, organic, natural, microbial, etc., as well as polyaluminum chloride, ferrous sulfate, polyacrylamide, etc.

First, polyacrylamide does not refer to a product, but is composed of many types, such as inorganic, organic, natural, microbial, etc., as well as polyaluminum chloride, ferrous sulfate, polyacrylamide, etc. But their functions and application requirements are different. So what about the amount of polyacrylamide added? No matter what kind of polyacrylamide product it is, it needs to be used in an appropriate amount so as not to cause waste and to achieve the best cost-effective effect. If the amount of flocculant added is not enough, the ideal flocculation effect cannot be achieved. Too much addition will not only cause waste of chemicals, but also have adverse effects, which cannot meet the treatment requirements.

  How to determine the dosage of polyacrylamide?

  After determining the type of polyacrylamide required, it is necessary to conduct a beaker experiment on sewage or other liquids that need to be treated, in order to test its application effect, and at the same time, through the experiment, determine the specific calculation and addition amount. That is to say, the dosage of polyacrylamide should be calculated by burning test, and then verified in practical application to find the most hanging dosage.

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