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Dextrin 98% (China Origin)

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Country Origin : China Appearence : White to pale creaming fine flowing powder
CAS No. : 9004-54-0 H.S. Code : 3505.10.10
Formula : Common Names : Dextrin
IUPAC Name : Dextrin
Packaging : 720 @ 25 kg Paper bag,  18 MT / 20'FCL
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Brief Overview

 

Dextrins are a group of low-molecular-weight carbohydrates produced by the hydrolysis of starch or glycogen. Dextrins are mixtures of polymers of D-glucose units linked by α-(14) or α-(16) glycosidic bonds. Dextrin is a type of light carbohydrate which binds together all the ingredients in our detox foot pads. Dextrin is usually defined as a soluble gummy substance, formed from starch by the action of heat, acids, or ferments, having dextrorotatory properties: used chiefly as a thickening agent, as mucilage and as a substitute for gum Arabic and other natural substances.

 

Manufacturing Process

Dextrin is starch that has been broken into smaller segments, but not broken down all the way to sugar. In water, dextrins form gluey, cloudy and viscous masses. Dextrins are produced by enacting the process of hydrolysis on starches using enzymes like amylases, as during digestion in the human body and during malting and mashing, or by applying dry heat under acidic conditions (pyrolysis or roasting). The latter process is used industrially, and also occurs on the surface of bread during the baking process, contributing to flavor, color, and crispness. Dextrin produced by heat is also known as pyrodextrin.



               

Food Industry

Dextrin is useful to food manufacturing is as a fat substitute. Because of its gluey texture, dextrin can mimic fat while contributing fewer calories to a product. It is also less expensive and will not spoil like fat.

 

Textile Industry

As Dextrins do not easily react with chemicals, they are specifically suitable for applications in the textile field. In textile printing, they are used as thickness. Free of grit and other impurities, which usually accompany lower grades of starch, they ensure that the copper rolls (used in printing) do not suffer from abrasion. In sizing, they are used with starch for increased adhesiveness. In finishing, they give desired 'feel' and handle to the fabrics.

Adhesive Industry

Dextrin is used to make many types of glue and adhesive, including glue and paste for children's use, as it is non-toxic if eaten. The Adhesives Industries uses large amount of yellow dextrin in the preparation of liquid and dry adhesives.

 

Other applications

It is used in dry distemper 5-10% of dextrin, mixed with chalk and pigment, acts as carrier and impact good adhesion of the color to the wall. It is used in the dye stuff industries as diluents to standardized the dyes with respect to the range of color. Dextrin washes out quickly and easily and do not react with chemicals used in the process. It is used in dry distemper 5-10% of dextrin, mixed with chalk and pigment, acts as carrier and impact good adhesion of the color to the wall.