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Corn starch is a common food ingredient, used as Corn Flour for thickening sauces or soups, and in making corn syrup and other sugars It is versatile, easily modified, and finds many uses in industry as adhesives, in paper manufacturing, as an anti-sticking agent, and textile sizing application.
|01||DESCRIPTION||Light Creamy to white color fine free flowing powder|
|02||SOLUBLITY||Insoluble in cold water& in alcohol|
|03||pH ,10 % solution ,w/v||5 to 7|
|04||SOLUTION CLARITY, (20% SOLN w/v)||CLEAR TO SLIGHTLY HAZY, WITHOUT SEDIMENT.|
|05||Viscosity Of 3% Solution In Brookfield Viscometer Model : LVDV II+ Pro Temp: 800c, Spindle No.2 , RPM :100||70 to 150 cPs|
|06||MOISTURE CONTENT (w/w)||13 %|
|07||Ash content,% w/w on DB||Max 0.50%|
|08||Starch ,% w/w on DB||Min 98|
|09||Protein, % on DB||Max 0.50%|
|10||Free Acidity, (ml of 0.1N NaoH/100)||MAX 40.00|
|11||Sulphur Dioxide, ppm||Max 80.00|
In conventional tablets and capsules, Starch is used as a Diluent, Disintegrant, Binder, and Lubricant.Nutraceutical Industry :
Used in a wide variety of applications where film-forming properties are desired, such as for Coatings, Barriers, Texture Modification & Binding.
Exhibits excellent stability when stored under cool and dry ventilated place. Avoid direct sun light.PACKING :
Available in 50Kgs & 25Kgs net weight PP bags with moisture proof liner inside.
Maize - Corn Starch