Our company is reckoned as one of the prime Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers of Oxidized Starch from India. Based in Gujarat, we are backed with a sophisticated production unit for processing Oxidized Starch. This starch powder is made by oxidizing top quality starch with a wide range of oxidization agents. It is a modified starch formulation with controlled viscosity and extra strong film properties.
During present days, it is also becoming increasingly important in the food industry for its unique functional properties such as low viscosity, high stability, clarity, film forming, and binding properties. Also, offered range of oxidized Starch finds wide application in the field of paper such as coating & sizing.
Additionally, manufactured range of oxidized starches show low viscosity, high clarity and stability as well as improved emulsifying, film forming, coating and binding properties.
These functional properties of our provided starches only depends on their chemical and physical characteristics. Our collection of powder has been approved by experts as best thickener for applications that needs low rigidity. The collection is absolutely non-toxic in nature and is formulated with perfection. The purity and accurate pH level of our offered starch powder also makes them a clients' favourite.
Usually, Oxidized Starch is found by the treatment of food starch in accordance with good manufacturing practice with sodium hypochlorite. This type of starch may additionally be subjected to acid, alkali, enzyme, or bleaching treatment in accordance with good manufacturing practice. Oxidized starches are used in both food and non-food industries.
Oxidized Starch that we produce at our manufacturing unit, supply and export are one of the most common modified starches in surface sizing because of its good film-forming characteristic and reduced tendency to retro-gradation. It improves the quality of paper and cardboard based on primary and secondary semi-finished products. It also help in improving wax pick, gloss smoothness of paper by forming strong and flexible film fibre. A viscosity of oxidized starch can be modified as per customer specification.