Glucose Powder® is a free flowing white powder that is odourless and is marked by its sweet taste. It is manufactured by blending Dextrose Monohydrate with tricalcium phosphate, di-calcium phosphate and vitamin D.
In its most popular form, Glucose Powder is used as an instant energy beverage. It is consumed by persons of all age groups.
Glucose Powder® is packed in normal HDPE Bags (50 kgs Net.) at Ambient Temperature.
Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight and moisture.
Modified starches are derivatives of starch obtained by modifications intended for specific applications to respective industries.
Physically modified and Chemically modified to suit the consumers exact needs.
It is specially developed for high speed film / metering size press through which white paper for writing, printing and Xerox (map litho) papers are made.
It also has good penetrating capacity inside the paper layer which increases the strength and smoothness of paper.
It gives almost zero porosity during surface sizing due to uniform thin film formation. (Based on paper thickness, 20 – 40 kg of this cooked starch can be applied over 40,000 m2 area of paper without porosity).
The two essential characteristics of cationic
a. Positively charged starch
b. High Viscosity
1. Paper Industries
2. Textile Industries
3. Adhesives Glue Industries
4. Glass Fiber insulation
Our product has two distinct and characteristic advantages over others:
1. Positive charge 2. High Viscosity
t is manufactured from Native tapioca starch completely gelatinize at 60-70°C in slurry condition. This starch, so gelatinised is 100% transparent with little or no ungelatinized starch left. The pasty nature is directly proportional to gelatinization. Hence, this fully gelatinized starch, when fed to the size press, completely adheres to the paper due to the very high pasty nature.
Paper Industries (spray applications) for Duplex Grey Board online, Graft paper
It has Low gelatinization temperature (60 Deg. C) and high viscosity
In paper board processing - this starch is sprayed between the sheets of paper and processed through the drier.
It is a natural starch derivative specially developed as an alternative to Carboxymethyl cellulose. The Carboxymethyl groups in the starch enables it to become more resistant to thermal degradation and prevents bacterial attack.
1. In Soap and Detergents - The product
functions as an anti-dirt depositing agent.
2. Oil Drilling
3. Paint Industries - Used as thickening agent
4. Adhesive industry
5. Textile industry
|Starch Content (on dry basis)||%||98 min|
|Ash Content||%||0.30 max|
|Acid Insoluble (Sand & Silica)||%||0.10 max|
|pH||5.5 - 7.0|
|Brightness (against MgCO3)||%||95 min|
|For Pharma Industries :|
|Appearance||A White, Crystalline or granular powder|
|Assay||98.5 to 102 %|
|Solubility||Sparingly soluble in water, freely soluble in boiling wat|
|Heavy Metals||NMT 10 PPM|
|Chloride||NMT 200 PPM|
|Sulphate||NMT 100 PPM|
|Magnessium||NMT 0.4 %|
|Complies||IP, BP, USP|
|For Food Industries :|
|Appearance||White, crystalline or granular powder|
|Identification ( A & B )||To complies the test|
|Loss on drying||Not more than 2.0 %|
|Sucrose and reducing sugars||No red precipitate formed|
|Water absorption test for 10 gm||Not less|
The crystalline form of pure α-D-Glucose of crystallization. It is Produced from high DE syrup by crystallization above 60 degree centigrade.
The anhydrous form of D-glucose, a natural monosaccharide and carbohydrate. Dextrose serves to replenish lost nutrients and electrolytes. The agent provides metabolic energy and is the primary ingredient in oral rehydration salts (ORS) and is used in intravenous (IV) fluids to provide nutrients to patients under intensive care who are unable to receive them by the oral route. Solutions containing dextrose restore blood glucose levels and provide calories and may aid in minimizing liver glycogen depletion and exerts a protein-sparing action. Dextrose anhydrous also plays a role in the production of proteins and in lipid metabolism.
A noteworthy contribution to the field of medicine, the IP/BP/USP grade Anhydrous Dextrose is used in intravenous injections vital for preventing dehydration. In many critical conditions, especially during comas, operations, excessive blood loss due to injuries, wherever oral administration is not possible and is very useful in cases of Diarrhoea & Heat strokes.
Dextrose 5%, 10% or 20% helps restore fluid energy equilibrium while a normal saline solution is for prompt compensation of primary water electrolyte deprivation.
Thickening & Gelling agent
Maize starch is most commonly used as a thickening and gelling agent for puddings sauces soups, etc it provides an economical and reliable substitute to other ingredients which are unstable at higher temps.
Texture and clarity
Corn starch helps in achieving the right degree of clarity structure and mouth feel. It is also used to achieve chewiness in gums. They are equally useful as moulding powders and as ingredients of paste food.
Binder & stabilizer (Exciepient)
Corn starch is an effective binder as it allows homogenous dispersion of water in foodstuffs, and acts as a stabilizer. It is an ingredient of choice (along with other modified starches) in the manufacture of soups salad dressings bakery products, various desserts. It is a binder and filler or choice in the pharma industry for tabletting on the application. It acts diluents disintegrating agent.
Sizing- paper and Textiles
Native starch is used to provide dry strength and as a surface improvement aid in alkaline papermaking, starch is a critical part of wet-end sizing it is an integral part of micro-particle retention and works as a binder water holding agent and carrier for surface sizing chemicals and other functional additives. In the manufacture of textiles starch keeps the yarn straight and strong significantly improving its ability to chemical’s withstand the stress of weaving.
Native corn starch forms the basic ingredient for all corn sweeteners. A variety of enzymatic and acid-catalyzed processes are used for the manufacture of corn sweeteners which are used in food to provide clean sweet taste retain moisture, clean sweet taste retain moisture control crystallization and freezing points, contribute to texture provide gloss maintain colour inhibit spoilage and modified density.
Corn starch is an economical fermentation feedstock to produce many organic chemicals The most widely know bio product is ethanol it is made by fermenting sugars produced from corn starch ethanol produced from corn starch promised a renewable source of fuels for care and other engines with environmental advantages.
· Building Materials
|Physical Appearance||White free flowing powder, extremely bland in taste.|
|Moisture % Max||5.00%|
|DE||4 to 30|
|Sulphate Ash||1.0% Max|
|Total Ash||0.1 to 0.2% Max|
|Acidity%||1.2 to 1.5%|
|SO2 ppm Max||100|
|Arsenic||1.0 ppm Max|
|Copper||5.0 ppm Max|
|Lead||2.0 ppm Max|
|Customized specification can also be achieved|
Sorbitol, also known as D-sorbitol, D-Glucitol or D-gluco hexanehexol, is a hexahydric sugar alcohol. Sorbitol is commercially manufactured by the high pressure hydrogenation of dextrose solutions using a nickel catalyst. Sorbitol is a Lyophilic, non toxic, non irritant, stable and chemically inert, resistant to heat, resistant to acid and is non fermentable by micro organisms.
Technical Data & Specifications
Clear Colorless viscous liquid, sweet in taste, Free from foreign matter
Appearance of solution
Clear, colourless, syrupy liquid, miscible with water.
Between 28% to 31%
5.00 to 7.00
White dextrin is manufactured by partially hydrolyzing starch, using of a catalyst. The dextrinisation chemically reduces the starch molecules into smaller components. White dextrin is white in colour but with reduced viscosities. it’s cold water solubility’s rang from 25% to 65% White dextrin produce;s a light colour ed paste that set to soft but a definite gel. The higher solubility white dextrin.
Can be used at much higher concentration to yield very soft gels. Its solution is a half –transparent plaster. White dextrin has good glutinosity and resolution. It as an indispensable excepiant for medicine food and health care industry. It is also used as an additive in the certain applications for the manufacture of Textile, Adhesive and Dye’s.
White Dextrins have a appearance of the native starch and have solubilities varying from 25-80%. It forms a soft, light coloured get on cooling.Yellow Dextrins ranges in colour from pale amber to dark brown and have high water solubility. They are used to produce high solid concentration pastes. They give very tacky solutions.
White Dextrin Powder
Fine White Powder or Cream White Powder
pH (10% Aqueous Solution)
2.5 - 4
0.6% Max. on DB
Cold Water Solubility
20 - 80
Mesh Size-pass through 100 Mesh%
Yellow dextrin is manufactured by partially hydrolyzing Starch, using the dry roasting method in the presence of a catalyst: The dextrinisation chemically reduces the starch molecules into smaller components. Yellow dextrin has low viscosity and is very sticky and hygroscopic in nature. Used in the foundry as a binder for cores. Yellow dextrin helps in increasing dry strength at the same time being completely soluble in water. This product also finds its application as a binder for mould and core washes. Its binding abilities’ make it an essential ingredient in various other applications, such as Adhesives, Gums, Pastes Pyrotechnics.
1. Paper tubes and cones manufacturing Unit
2. Excellent binding agent for sand cover
3. Pharmaceutical industries
4. In textile printing as thickener
5. Envelope adhesives
6. Mining industry as an additive in froth
7. Paint industry as binder.
· Fire Works
1. Foundries - Gives high green bonding
strength to remain intact during handling.
2. Printing - Gives sharp printing with less
consumption of ink
· 25/50/850/1000 Kg HPDE Bags
· 25/50/850/1000 Kg PP Bags
· 25 Kg Paper Bags
To Be Stored On Above Ground On Clean, Dry & Dust Free Godown. Maintain Ambient Temp. Keep Away From Water, Direct Sunlight & Flames.
One Year From The Date Of Manufacturing