Product Name: Carboxymethyl Starch (CMS)
Sodium carboxymethyl starch (CMS-Na), also known as carboxymethyl starch, is an anionic starch ether, an electrolyte that can be dissolved in cold water. The carboxymethyl starch ether was made in 1924 and industrialized production in 1940. It is a kind of modified starch, belonging to ether starch, and a water-soluble anionic polymer compound. It is odorless, non-toxic, resistant to mildew, and easily soluble in water when the degree of substitution is greater than 0.2.
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A. In the paper industry, it can be used as paper sizing agent, paper filling agent, water transfer printing, which can significantly improve the dry and wet strength of paper, tear strength, etc.;
B. As oil well mud stabilizer, water retention agent (anti-fluid loss agent), and oil well fluid loss control agent in oil drilling industry;
C. As coating anti-settling agent, emulsifying and dispersing agent, suspending agent, stabilizer, film forming agent, leveling agent, thickening agent, adhesive in the coating industry;
D. Sizing agent and finishing agent for textile printing and dyeing;
E. As an anti (anti) re-sedimentation agent in the detergent industry, it has an ideal suspension and dispersion ability and prevents re-contamination of dirt;
F. As a thickening and water-retaining agent for putty powder and latex paint in the construction industry; cement plastering mortar, cement insulation and anti-cracking mortar, tile adhesive, and external wall waterproof putty;
G. It can be used as latex stabilizer, beneficiation flotation agent and moisture absorbent, adhesive, sewage heavy metal remover, thickener, fertilizer crystal, washing powder, feed granulation, etc.;
H. Can be used in combination with sodium alginate, carboxymethyl cellulose and xanthan gum.