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polymers / Degradable Asparagine Polymer


CAS no.:181828-06-8, 35608-40-6

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Briteframe PASP is a readily biodegradable, phosphor-free biodegradable multivariate polymer and thus avoiding eutrophication.

Briteframe PASP is a scale and corrosion inhibitor and dispersant comparable to conventional polyacrylates. It disperses calcium carbonate (100% inhibition), calcium sulphate, barium sulphate, calcium fluoride and silica scale with effects better than that of ordinary organophosphines.

The synergies with organophosphates are obvious.

Briteframe PASP can be used in high alkaline, high water hardness, chlorine, chlorite and other water treatment agents, as well as high concentration index.


Briteframe PASP is allowed in ecocert formulations.

Earlier attempts to convert PASP-40% solutions into solids resulted in powders which were so hygroscopic, that they stuck together. Applications were practically not possible. Sirius does succeed to supply a free flowing granulate in particle sizes that fit various end products.

The applications are: detergents, cooling and boiler water systems, reverse osmosis, oilfield water, desalination plants, nutrient absorber in agriculture.


Synonyms: C4H6NO3(C4H5NO3)NC4H6NO4



Briteframe PASP is readily biodegradable under OECD301b; over 60% within 28 days (ISO-9439)


Packaging 40% solution:               
25liter jerrycans, 250kg (200liter) drums, 1250kg (1000liter) IBC
Packaging 90% powder:    
25kg bags, 1000kg bigbags


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