SAP G-70 Polymer,
"Snow Polymer Powder"
Looks and feels just like real snow.
Great for spill control, blood absorption,
medical waste cleanup, and absorbs most liquids.
Rapid swell rate, super-fast absorption
salt of crosslinked polyacrylic acid (G-70
Superabsorbent polymer exhibiting excellent combination
of absorption, retention and absorption against pressure
Particle size: 45-600 microns,
white granules, free flowing
Absorption (g/g) deionized
Absorption (g/g) 0.9% NaCI: 40
Retention (g/g) 0.9% NaCl: 15
Apparent bulk density (g/I): 420
Gelling Time (s): 5
salt of crosslinked polyacrylic acid
Storage Life: > 1 year, dry conditions, closed bags or closed container while stored
Packaging: 1 ounce, 1 pound, 5 pounds and a 40 pound
Excellent product for cleaning up spills.
AVAILABLE: 1 oz., 1 lb., 2.5 lb, 5 lb. and 40
Commercial Grade Super Absorbent Polymer Dry Granules
SAP G-70 Dry Snow Polymer Powder
(1 Ounce Bag)
(Sodium salt of crosslinked polyacrylic acid)
Brand: WaterGel G-70 Snow
10 pack - 1 ounce (29g) bags
Dry Granules, Size: 45 - 600 microns
Available Package size - 1 oz., 1 lb., 5 lbs., and 40 pound bags
PLEASE CHOOSE PACKAGE SIZE
~1 pound of the snow
~6 square feet, 1 inch thick when mixed with 5 gallons
~40 pounds of snow will cover ~240 square feet, 1 inch thick when mixed with 200 gals of
CONTINUE TO SLOWLY STIR IN WATER UNTIL SNOW REACHES
THE LOOK AND FEEL THAT YOU PREFER
Snow Polymer Powder
A dry (non sticky) powder
Feels and looks like snow
Does not melt
-Last for weeks
If it starts to shrink, just lightly sprinkle with
Dry Snow Polymer
Instructions for making SNOW
This powder can amazingly turn 2
cups of water
into 6-8 cups of Snow!
A ratio of 10 parts of water to 1 part powder
yields great results. Add additional water as needed, and fluff by
1 pound bag of the Snow powder
mixed with 5 gallons of water will make enough snow to
cover 6 square feet, 1 inch thick.
5 pounds of the Snow
powder mixed with 25 gallons of water will make enough snow to cover 30
square feet, 1 inch thick.
A 40 pound bag of the Snow
mixed with 200 gallons of water will make enough snow to cover 240
square feet, 1 inch thick.
Try this simple experiment:
Pour ~ 20 oz. (2 1/2 cups) of cool-to-room temperature water
into a container.
In a separate container (same size or bigger than
the water vessel) pour ~ 2 ounces (8 Tbs) of our "Snow Polymer
Place the container with the super absorbent on a
tray, newspaper or something else that can contain the gel.
In one fast motion, pour all the
water into the container with the super absorbent the more
turbulent the better (without spilling).
Now watch as the water immediately turns to gel and then to
"Snow while it erupts out of the glass!