Airedale Chemical

Polyaluminium Chloride

Airedale Chemical Polyaluminium Chloride (PAC) holds the formula {Aln(OH)mCl(3n-m)}x and is used mainly in deodorants and antiperspirants as a flocculants in water purification, in treatment of drinking/potable water, wastewater treatment and paper sizing.

applications

In the oil refining industry, for oil and water separation
Purifying drinking water and in sewage

Industrial water purification including industrial wastewater

Removal of water turbidity, colour, heavy metals and trace organic compounds
Cement accelerating agent. Hardener precision casting

Sugar refining
In the oil refining industry, for oil and water separation
Purifying drinking water and in sewage

Industrial water purification including industrial wastewater

Removal of water turbidity, colour, heavy metals and trace organic compounds
Cement accelerating agent. Hardener precision casting

Sugar refining

Airedale Chemical Polyaluminium Chloride is a pale yellowish liquid solution with a faint characteristic odour. Airedale Chemical manufacture PAC that effectively enhances flocculation and coagulation even at low temperatures and is suitable for a wide range of industry applications.

As a leading UK Polyaluminium Chloride manufacturer and supplier, Airedale Chemical can facilitate orders from 25 litre up to bulk transfer. With our own distribution fleet, we are a trusted Polyaluminium Chloride distributor and can deliver orders to locations throughout the UK, Europe and Ireland.

For full details concerning safety precautions, storage and handling procedures for Airedale Chemical PAC, request our Polyaluminium Chloride MSDS or speak with one of our product experts.

CAS Number:
1327-41-9
Other names:
PAC
Appearance:
Pale yellowish solution
Strength:
10%, 18%

Available in the following sizes

  • 25L Drum

  • 200L Drum

  • Bulk Transfer

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