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High Water Absorption Hydrogel

Hydrogel agriculture technology uses insoluble gel-forming polymers to improve the water-holding properties of different soils, such as clays and sandy loams. This can increase water-holding and water use (up to 85% for sand), improve soil permeability, reduce the need for irrigation, reduce compaction, soil erosion, and leaching, and improve plant growth. Hydrogel consists of a
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Port: Qingdao, China Production Capacity: 500000kg/Year Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram CAS No.: 25608-12-2 Formula: (C3h6o2)N(C3h5ko2)M EINECS: 65-4568-1565 Molecular Principal Chain: Heterochain Polymer Color: White Certification: MSDS From SGS Product Description China Superabsorbent Polymers Potassium Polyacrylate SAP -A polymer material with good water absorption and water-holding capacity ( hundred times
China Superabsorbent Polymers Potassium Polyacrylate SAP -A polymer material with good water absorption and water-holding capacity ( hundred times of its own weight ) -The main uses of SAP are absorbing , retaining or to block liquid . -It can be mainly divided into three major categories which are Hygiene grade, Agriculture grade and Industry
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It is a kind of high molecular polymer with a hydrophilic group. It appears odorless and tasteless white granule. It will form hydrogels of 100-200 times water absorption while swelling slowly in water. Water Retention Agent Specifications 1. Water-saving protection, The water-retaining agent has strong water absorption function, high water absorption rate and can store
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Potassium Polyacrylate is a kind of super absorbent polymer(SAP), a water-absorbent material with good water-holding capacity. It can absorb water up to several hundred times of its own weight, and turn into the natural gel from within seconds. SAP can be mainly divided into three major categories which are Hygiene grade, Agriculture grade, and Industry
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Water crystal gel or water beads or gel beads is any gel which absorbs and contains a large amount of water. Water gel is usually in spherical form and composed of a water-absorbing polymer such as a polyacrylamide (frequently Poly(methyl acrylate) or Sodium polyacrylate). Sometimes referred to as super absorbent polymer (SAP) or, in dry
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Super Absorbent Polymer in Agriculture

Super Absorbent Polymers, also known as SAP, hydrogel, absorbent polymers, absorbent gels, water retaining agent, super slurpers, water gel, is a new type of macro molecular synthetic water absorbing polymer material. It has a water uptake potential as high as 100,000% of its own weight in a short period of time by osmosis and form
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Hydrogel, Water Crystals for Plants

Powder Agriculture Hydrogel, Water Crystals for Plants improves water holding capacity of the soil, helps plants go through dry seasons. It is made of Potassium polyacrylate, a potassium-based super absorbent polymer(SAP powder) for agriculture. It is good water-retaining granules for indoor and outdoor pots, planters, window boxes, balconies, terraces, roofs, hanging, gardens, and city landscape,
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There are two type super absorbent polymer, so choose a reliable Agricultural Potassium Polyacrylate Manufacturer is very very important, to avoid that you order the wrong Agricultural Potassium Polyacrylate Types of super absorbent polymer There are two type super absorbent polymer: potassium polyacrylate and sodium polyacrylate. And there’re big differences between them: Raw materials Price
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Until the 1980’s, water absorbing materials were cellulosic or fiber-based products. Choices were tissue paper, cotton, sponge, and fluff pulp. The water retention capacity of these types of materials is only 20 times their weight – at most. In the early 1960s, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) was conducting work on materials to
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