Sodium Caboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC)

Description

Daffulose, Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose a Principle Product of Posy Pharmachem Pvt. Ltd., Since 1994, it serves the finest quality of products to a large number of Customers.

Daffulose - CMC is an anion type cellulose ether, white or slight yellow powder which is odourless, non poisonous, non combustible , non mouldable, solvent in cold or warm water and it results in sticky solution with good thickening , suspending Emulsifying and rheology properties. It is widely used in foods, medicines Petroleum, chemical,Textile, construction , ceramics, paper milling etc. Our Daffulose has wide range of applicability.

Our Daffulose has wide range of applicability.

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Grades

Food and Pharmaceutical

GRADE

Viscosity
(25°C, 1% Aqueous Solution )CPS

Viscosity
(25°C, 2% Aqueous Solution CPS

FM01

0 - 100

1000

FM12

120 - 250

1200 - 2500

FM24

250 - 400

2500 - 4000

FM812

800 - 1200

8000 - 12000

FM1220

1200 - 2000

12000 - 20000

FMSH20

MIN.2000

20000min.

Properties

  • Superior tablet Disintegrator
  • Can be Used in Both Wet granulation and Direct Compression
  • Effective even at lower Consumption Levels
  • Superior long term dissolution stability
  • Insensitive to Tablet Hardness
  • Better Water Absorber/Retention Particle Suspender

Applications

As Thickener, Stabiliser, Emulsifier in

  • Icecreams
  • Powdered Instant Drinks
  • Fruit Squashes
  • Jellies
  • Sauces
  • Cheese Products
  • Doughnuts
  • Meringues
  • Low calorie food
  • Gulkhands

Textile

GRADE

Viscosity
(25°C, 1% Aqueous Solution)CPS

Viscosity
(25°C,2% Aqueous Solution CPS

TE01

0 - 100

1000

TE12

120 - 250

1200 - 2500

TE28

250 - 400

2500 - 4000

TE812

800-1200

8000-12000

TE1220

1200 - 2000

12000 - 20000

TE10000

2000 - 10000

20000min.

Properties

  • Better Water Absorber
  • Film Forming, Skin Protector,
  • Colour Retention
  • Better Finishing & Sizing
  • Texture Protector

Ceramic

GRADE

Viscosity
(25°C, 1% Aqueous Solution)CPS

Viscosity
(25°C,2% Aqueous Solution CPS

CR01

0 - 100

1000

CR12

120 - 250

1200 - 2500

CR28

250 - 800

2500 - 4000

CR812

800 - 1200

8000 - 12000

Properties

CMC immediately causes the glaze to settle like cement. The glaze is solid, hard lump in the bottom of the bucket. CMC causes the glaze to stay in suspension.

Application

  • Glazed Tiles
  • Sanitary Ware
  • Floor Tiles

Cosmetic

GRADE

Viscosity
(25°C, 1% Aqueous Solution) CPS

Viscosity
(25°C, 2% Aqueous Solution) CPS

CM01

0 - 100

1000

CM12

120 - 250

1200 - 2500

CM24

250 - 400

2500 - 4000

CM812

800 - 1200

8000 - 12000

CM1220

1200 - 2000

12000 - 20000

Properties

  • Better particle suspender
  • Skin protector
  • Uniform dispersion
  • Non-staining
  • Better thickener, stabiliser, homogeniser
  • Better lubricating and sugar coating properties

Application

  • Lotions
  • Tooth paste
  • Shampoo
  • Soap
  • Creams
  • Hair Dyes

Specifications

TESTS SPECIFICATIONS

Description

White to cream -colored powder or granules. Hygroscopic

Solubility

It is easily dispersed in water to form colloidal solution. Insoluble in alcohol, in ether, and in most other organic solvents.

Identification

 

(A) A red-purple color develops at the interface.
(B) A fine, white precipitate is formed.
(C) A dense precipitate is formed.

pH

6.5-8.5 in a solution (1 in 100).

Viscosity

Not less 75% and Not more than 140% of the declared value.

Heavy metals

Not more than 20 ppm

Loss on drying

Not more than 10.0%, dry at 105° C for 3 hours.

Assay

Not less 6.5% and Not more than 9.5% of sodium (Na), calculated on the dried basis.

TESTS SPECIFICATIONS

Appearance

A white or almost white, granular powder, hygroscopic after drying.

Solubility

Practically insoluble in acetone, in ethanol and in toluene. It is easily dispersed in water giving colloidal solutions.

Identification

A. A blue, cotton-like precipitate is formed.
B. No precipitate is formed.
C. The solution prepared from the sulphated ash in the test for
heavy metals gives the reactions of sodium.
(a) A dense white precipitate is formed.
(b) No precipitate is formed.

Appearance of solution

Solution S is not more opalescent than reference suspension III (2.2.1) and not more intensely coloured than reference solution Y6 (2.2.2, Method II).

pH (1%w/v solution)

The pH of solution S is 6.0 to 8.0

Apparent viscosity

The apparent viscosity is not less than 75 per cent and not more than 140 per cent of the value stated on the label.

Sodium glycollate

Not more than 0.4%

Chloride

Not more than 0.25%

Heavy Metals

Not more than 20 ppm

Loss on drying

Not more than 10.0%

Sulphated ash

20.0% to 33.3%

Assay

6.5 % to 10.8 % of sodium (Na), calculated with reference to the dried substance.

TESTS SPECIFICATIONS

Description

A white or almost white, granular powder; odourless or almost odourless; hygroscopic.

Solubility

Practically insoluble in acetone, in ethanol, in ether and in toluene. It is easily dispersed in water forming a colloidal solution.

Identification
(A)

 

A blue, cotton-like precipitate is produced.

(B)

No precipitate is produced.

(C)

Solution A gives the reactions of sodium salts.
(a) dense, white precipitate is formed.
(b) A yellow crystalline precipitate is formed.

Appearance of solution

Solution A is not more opalescent than opalescence standard OS4 and not more intensely coloured than reference solution YS6.

pH

6.0 to 8.0 determined in solution A.

Apparent viscosity

75 to 140 per cent of the declared value,

Arsenic

Not more than 1 ppm

Heavy metals

Not more than 20 ppm

Chloride

Not more than 0.25 per cent

Sulphated Ash

20.0 to 33.3 per cent, calculated on the dried basis, determined on 1.0 g

Loss on drying

Not more than 10.0%, determined on 1.0 g by drying in an oven at 105°C.

Assay

Not less than 6.5% and not more than 10.8% of Sodium, Na, calculated on the dried basis.