17% Aluminum sulfate
Aluminum sulfate is used in the treatment of drinking water of 17%. It is also used in textile, dyeing and paper making
Aluminum sulfate applications
About 50% of aluminum sulfate is used in paper making and cartoning and carting. Aluminum sulfate is also used for water purification and sewage because of the triviality of aluminum ion and its high ability to coagulate and flocculate colloidal particles. Aluminum sulfate due to the combination of aluminum ions with halogens such as chlorine and fluorine and the formation of sediment and helping to remove them from zinc sulfate solution from soil leaching or zinc concentrate to prevent zinc metal adhesion to cathodes in the zinc industry is used.
Aluminum sulfate is a crystalline, granular or powdery substance whose solution is acidic in water and is produced by using aluminum hydroxide. This compound is a coagulant for drinking water treatment. Aluminum sulfate is commonly referred to as a type of alum. Alums are two sulfate salts
Aluminum sulfate is known as a coagulant for the separation of almost all impurities in the water
The main task of this combination is to supply the ions needed to neutralize the colloidal particles in the water so that they can be joined together
After dissolving, this compound reacts rapidly with alkaline agents in the water and produces gelatinous deposits of aluminum hydroxide which absorbs particles and impurities in the water
Production of aluminum salts and soaps and gels
Aluminum sulfate consumption in industries
Production of aluminum salts and soaps and gels.
As a Catalyst in Ethan Production
Anti-moisture agent in concrete
As a foaming agent in foam fire
As a cleanser for oils and fats