We are dedicatedly engaged in manufacturing, supplying and exporting the superior quality Tapioca Starch. The offered tapioca starch is formed from the leaves and green parts of the plant from atmospheric water and carbon dioxide, through the agency of Chlorophyll and sunlight. The offered tapioca starch is extensively used as a host application in production procedures of various industries. This tapioca starch is widely used to increase the stability of a chemical against excessive heat, acid, shear and cooling.
- Longer shelf life
- Precise composition
- Accurate pH value
Adhesive And Glue:
- Its relatively high viscosity and paste quality indicates its binding capacity, thus tapioca starch finds much favor in the adhesive industry. Tapioca starch becomes sticky when it is mixed with water or certain chemicals. It stays sticky over a very long period of times. However, high quality tapioca starch fits for making industrial glues.
- Tapioca starch is applied for making glue which is an important raw material of the plywood industry. The strength and the quality of plywood depend largely on the quality of glue.
- Starch is perfect for textile applications. This is why it is widely used in the sizing of yarns and finishing of cotton and polyester fabrics. The starch has a important role in three stages of production of textiles: Sizing, printing and finishing.
- Native tapioca starch and diverse types of modified starch are used in confectionery for different purposes such as gelling, thickening, texture stabilizing, foam strengthening, crystal growth control, adhesion, film forming and glazing.
Jellies And Gums:
- The most often used one is acid-thinned starch or enzymatically jet-cooked starch due to its high retro gradation and gel formation characteristics, which are enhanced by the presence of sugars. Powder starches are used as mould release agents when casting.
- Ethanol is derived from tapioca starch and used as fuel. It accounted for 70% supplied to alcoholic beverage industry and lysol industry. One ton of tapioca starch yields 720 litre or 95% ethanol.