Organic Polymers

Organic polymers are synthetic flocculating and coagulating agents. Polymers are manufactured in several forms (powder, granular, bead, emulsion, dewatered emulsion, and solution) and cover the complete range of cationic and anionic activity, molecular weight, and structure. They have been designed and manufactured so that most applications in municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment can be assisted. Other applications include flotation, charge modification, thickening, and dewatering of agricultural sludge and dredged sediment in retention basins or Geotubes®.downloadable fact sheet
Product Form Anionic/Nonionic Cationic
Emulsion 150, 160, 2200, & 9300 Series 110, 120, 130, 210, & 9200 Series
Dry 5200 Series 6200 & 9400 Series
Solution/Coagulants 3100, 3200, 410, and 420 Series
Full Spectrum of Charge of Densities and Distribution
  • Cationics
  • Anionics
  • Nonionics
Complete Selection of Chemistries
  • Polyacrylamides
  • Copolymers with Acrylamides
  • Mannichs
  • ADAME Methyl Chloride
  • MADAME Methyl Chloride
  • DADMAC
  • APTAC
  • MAPTAC
  • Acrylic Acid
All Molecular Weights and Structures
  • Very High to Low Molecular Weight
  • Branched and Very Structured to No Structure
All Product Forms
  • Powder, Granular or Bead
  • Emulsion, Dewatered Emulsion
  • Solution

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Specialty Polymers
  • Superabsorbents
  • Biopolymers
  • Viscosity Modifiers
  • Crystal Modifiers
  • Drainage and Retention Aids
  • Wet Strength Additives
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