Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC)

Features: 99.5% pure CMC, derived from extraction of technical CMC and ethyl alcohol. The cream color is dusty. Easily soluble in water. Insoluble in organic liquids. When reacted with heavy metal salts, it forms a film which is insoluble in water, transparent, resistant and not affected by organic substances. Semi-synthetic, water-soluble polymer.

Food applications: Main products used; They are used in ice cream, beer, pastry cream, diet products, confectionery, some specific dairy products, ice cream, cream cheese, jam, marmalade, fruit juices, floury foods, fruit toast fillers, baked goods and puddings. It is used as a thickener, binder, emulsifier, binder, emulsifier, colloidal suspending agent (in salad dressing) and stabilizer. The ability to inhibit the crystallization of sugar should also not be overlooked.

Drug and cosmetic applications: Tooth paste, shaving cream, shampoo, makeup materials, hand creams, creams, mascara, antiperspirant lotions, tablet binders, jellies and emulsions are used in insecticidal emulsions. CMC improves surface activity in soaps, leaks in the fibers and absorbers.

Technical applications: The technical grade of CMC is used in glue production. It is water-soluble polymer with excellent film-forming properties. Because of its cellulosic nature, it is a very good adhesive for other cellulose materials such as paper. It is a perfect wallpaper grabbing feature together with other polymers. It is easy to prepare for dissolving in water, so the sticking of the wallpaper takes place immediately. The drying time is the length that will allow the adjustment to be made. Good water loss control. It can control very high levels of water loss even if used in low quantities, but it does not affect other characteristics of slurry

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