Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose IP/BP/USP
Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (CMC) is a powder that is odorless and its color varies from white to almost white. In its manufacture, cellulose acquired from wood pulp or cotton linter, cotton fibers is soaked in sodium hydroxide solution, due to which an alkali cellulose is formed & it is than reacted with M.C.A or S.M.C.A, etherification reaction takes place & it is converted to sodium C.M.C.
- Easily dispersible in the drilling fluid
- Used for detergent industries and oil exploration
- Ultra low viscosity to extra high viscosity
- Non-toxic nature
- It is used in drilling, detergent textile, paper, food, pharma, welding electrodes, ceramic.paints, and water soluble product.