Algae Killing Potassium Permanganate

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asked Feb 20, 2021 in 3D Segmentation by swpt_gGemhG0Y (180 points)
Algae have always posed a challenge to water treatment plants, either through their tendency to clog filters, or due to issues such as taste and odour, while free floating filamentous and blue green algae, (cyanobacteria) are a constant problem in aquatic environments. In the nutrient rich, oxygenated waters found in aquaculture algal blooms compete with fish and crustacea for dissolved oxygen and nutrients. Potassium permanganate could be used to kill algae effectively to solve the problem.



                    Product name
                    Potassium permanganate (Technical plus grade)
                    Chemical name
                    Potassium permanganate
                    Chemical Formula
                    Molecular weight
                    CAS number
                    EINECS number
                    Regulatory Information
                    UN 1490 IMDG Code 5.1


    Product description:

                    Dark purple or brownish granular or needle shaped crystal with metallic sheen
                    25kg HDPE drum
                    50kg galvanized iron drum
                    Algae killing for water treatment plants and aquaculture environment.
                    Supply capacity


    Technical Parameter:

                    Chemical Composition
                    KMnO4 (%)
                    Chloride (%)
                    Water Insolubles (%)


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