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Carboxymethyl Cellulose

Other Trading Names:

  • Carboxymethyl Cellulose
  • Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium

CAS Number:9004-32-4 (9000-11-7)

HS Code: 391231

Types of Packaging:

  • 25 kg/ PE valve bag
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Carboxymethyl Cellulose

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Testing Item

Standard

Result

Physical Exterior

White or Yellowish Powder

White or Yellowish Powder

Viscosity(1%,mpa.s)

2500-3500

3000

Degree of Substitution

0.7Min

0.85

PH(25°C)

6.5-8.5

7.04

Purity

≥99.5%

99.53%

Mesh

99% pass 80 mesh

pass

Heavy Metal(Pb) ,

≤ 10 ppm

Conform

Iron,

≤ 2ppm

Conform

Arsenic

≤3ppm

Conform

Lead

≤2ppm

Conform

Mercury

≤ 1ppm

Conform

Cadmium

≤ 1ppm

Conform

Chemical Description

General Introduction and Production Method 

  • Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose is an anionic water-soluble polymer meticulously derived from nature's rich bounty of cellulose.
  • Through a process of etherification, the hydroxyl groups on the cellulose molecule undergo a transformation, resulting in the substitution with carboxymethyl groups.
  • Its ability to readily dissolve in both hot and cold water allows the production of CMC with diverse chemical and physical properties, tailoring its attributes to specific industry requirements.

CMC Papermaking Grade

  • Whether used in the paper and paperboard coating process, as a film-forming agent, water-retention agent, wet-end retention enhancer, surface sizing agent, or even as a grinding aid, CMC stands unparalleled.

Detergent Grade CMC:

  • CMC emerges as a potent thickener for liquid detergents and a transformative thickening agent for soaps.
  • Predominantly utilized in powder and cream-type detergents, CMC prevents dirt from re-adhering during the rinse cycle. Notably, its prowess allows it to seamlessly replace hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) and hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) in liquid detergent formulations, offering a cost-effective alternative.
  • When incorporated in soap-making, even in minimal quantities, CMC remarkably enhances the quality, rendering the soap pliable, flexible, and optimized for further processing.

CMC PAC Oil Drilling Grade

  • In the oil drilling industry, CMC and PAC’s ability to curtail water loss and amplify viscosity in drilling, cementing, and fracturing fluids is unmatched.
  • Their roles encompass wall protection in wells, drilling trifle management, drill bit preservation, mud loss prevention, and drilling rate enhancement.

CMC Food Grade

  • From dairy drinks to seasonings, CMC accentuates taste while providing thickening and stabilization. Its addition to products like ice cream, bread, cakes, biscuits, instant noodles, and paste foods imparts molding, taste enhancement, anti-fragmentation, and tenacity strengthening attributes.

CMC Ceramic Grade

  • CMC takes center stage in applications ranging from water preservation in concrete pastes and color pastes to serving as an adhesive in concrete and sand. Further, it proves invaluable in ceramic embryos, glazing pulp, and colored glaze.

CMC Toothpaste Grade

  • The dental care sector leverages CMC for its adhesive and molding properties. When integrated into toothpaste formulations, CMC not only ensures stable quality but also showcases commendable compatibility, setting new standards in oral care.

In essence, Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose, with its varied grades and tailored properties, emerges as a game-changer across industries, promising optimization, efficiency, and excellence.

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