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Modified Tapioca Starch - Moisture 13% (Thailand Origin)

Modified Tapioca Starch - Moisture 13% (Thailand Origin)
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Country Origin : Thailand Appearence : white powder
CAS No. : 65996-62-5 H.S. Code : 3505.10.90
Formula : Common Names : Cassava Starch
IUPAC Name : Tapioca Starch
Packaging : 720 @ 25 kg PP bags, 18 MT/20' FCL
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Brief Overview

 

Starch are basically polysaccharide carbohydrate i.e. polymer of glucose. Its appearance depends on the Source of extraction Starch could be divided into two kinds: modified and native. Native starch is manufactured naturally by separating the starch from grain or root of cassava (Manihot esculenta). Modified starch usually used for application industry that employs some enzymatic modification, chemical, and physical process. Modified starch has properties like gelatinization, thickening, adhesiveness, film formation, enhance palatability, and sheen, to increase water retention and to add or remove opacity.

 

 

Manufacturing Process

 

Production of tapioca starch can be separated into 3 stages of the process: preparation and extraction, purification and removal of water. In preparation and extraction process, washing and peeling the cassava roots, rasping them and straining the pulp with the addition of water was performed. The purification process is done by sedimentation, washing the starch in tanks, settling, and centrifuging. The final stage involves removing water which is done by drying and centrifuging.

 



Textile Industry

 

Starch has an important role in three stages of production of textiles: mixing, printing, and finishing. It is used as a sizing agent in mixing process to improve abrasion resistance in fast looms. During printing, it is helpful in preventing the contamination It is also used as finished agents to obtain smooth fabrics and color thickeners to obtain sharp and durable printed fabrics. The viscosity has to reduce either by the starch maker or by in-line during jet cooking with heat stable amylase.