Maize starch (C6H10O5)n
Available Origins : INDIA
Available Grades : Industrial Grade,Pharma Grade, Food Grade
Packing : In 25/50 Kg HDPE bags with inner liner of LDPE, 1 MT Jumbo bag packing, 25 kg Kraft Multiply paper bags.
- By virtue of its Superior uniformity and stability of water solution, the use of starch is preferred to any other material for sizing, finishing and printing. It offers economy along with ease in filling the interstices of the weave. This provides the requisite strength and weight.
- A TEXTILE ENGINEER finds it suitable for all types of clothes and yarns as it offers a wide titration of parameters such as viscosity, binding strength and its compatibility with thermoplastic and thermosetting resins for a permanent finish and back filling. Moreover, starch has an added advantage of being washed away easily from the fabric.
- Maize starch is one of the earliest excipients to be used for pharmaceutical dosage forms. Depending on the application, maize starch acts as a diluent, disintegrating agent or binder.
- For a Householder the ubiquitous nature of starch does not go unnoticed due to its presence in food products such as ketchups, ice-creams, cakes, biscuits, chocolates, wafers and dry cell batteries, detergents, etc. Starch also finds itself useful in adhesives and gums. Ladies love the soft and silky feel of starch in talcum powder. Children enjoy the blasting sound of starch in the crackers. Starch also finds immense usage in paper industry to enhance bursting & tensile strength, elongation, fold endurance, pick resistance etc. Starch also improves the printability of paper by inhibiting ink penetration and forming a hard firm surface.