|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Unit|
|Packaging Type||pp bags|
|Acid Insoluble Ash||1-3%|
|County Of Origin||india|
|Minimum Order Quantity||500kg|
Driven with perfection, we are engaged in catering to the diversified demands of the customers by bringing forth a commendable range of Tamarind Powder. The tamarind powder offered by us is obtained from the inner portion of seeds, which is widely known as kernel. Rich in protein, fibers, carbohydrates and oils, the range is widely used in ketchups, ice creams, sherbets, sauces, eat products, instant noodles, baked food items and pet food, to name a few.
|Minimum Order Quantity||500 Kilogram|
|Features||Low Sodium, Gluten Free|
|Acid Insoluble Ash||1%-3%|
|County Of Origin||india|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000|
Tamarind Seeds is a thing of much Splendor. Its Powder is widely used in Industrial Products, including Paper, Textile, Jute, Plywood and Food Industries.
The yield of Tamarind starch Powder is about 51.47% of the weight of the seeds, the testa is 33.10% and the remaining percentage is moisture etc.
Tamarind starch Powder (TKP) is creamy white mixture of substances. In addition to polysaccharide (55-65%), Proteins (18-20%), Lipids (6-10%), Fiber, Fat and inorganic salts, it contains free sugars.
Besides D-Xylose, D-Galactose and D-Glucose2 which constitute the main
polysaccharide, the free sugar portion contains the L-Arabinese.
Tamarind starch Powder, when heated with water, forms thick viscous, colloidal dispersions, which yield strong transparent, elastic films on evaporation.
De-Fatted Tamarind starch Powder removes sticky appearances and lump formation. Removal of fat, facilitates finer granulation and improves color.
Composition of tamarind starch powder
CHARACTERISTICS:SPECIFICATIONSFineness:Passing 100 Mesh 100%:Passing 200 Mesh 99%Moisture:10 % MaxAsh Content:3 % MaxFat Content:6 - 7 %pH at 27 Deg. C (4% Solution):7 % MaxInsoluble residue of 4% Paste:0.06 MaxViscosity of 4% paste by Brooke
Field Viscometer Spindle No. 4,
At 20 RPM at 25Deg. C:Around 6000 CPS
Applications of tamarind starch powder
It is widely used as textile printing thickener.
It has excellent penetration & fiber forming property. It is effectively used for sizing in dyeing & printing Industry.
It is used as a sizing material in paper industry. It increases the tensile strength of paper and ensures regular distribution of pulp fiber.
It is also used for sizing in jute yarn & cotton wraps.
It is used as a binder in slurry explosive as a substitute for guar gum.
It is very effectively used these days by oil drilling companies as Soil Stabilizer.
It is used as a core binder in foundries.
It is also used as an extender in plywood industries in UF glue.
|State of Matter/Chemical Form||Powder|
Different types of thickeners such as tamarind gum, Carboxymethyl starch (CMS), etc. plays a crucial role in printing process. They can be either synthetic or natural and are very essential auxiliaries, especially for textile printing purpose. Thickening supplement is naturally derived from starch, gum, sodium alginate and tamarind derivatives.
As printing is a form of localized dyeing, the printing paste should be viscous enough to make the paste localized at a desired position. Otherwise, the print paste would become thin and can go beyond the defined printing boundaries of the design.
These thickeners can be defined as macromolecules that have high molecular weight and posses the capability of absorbing water in it. You will notice this whenever you add thickeners into your print paste, you would experience that the level of your solution will reduce little bit from its initial level. As these thickeners absorb water, they make bulky macro molecule, which in turn hinder the movement of particles in a solution. This causes consequent increase in the viscosity of printing paste to desired level.
It is very important that fabric on which you are intended to print must be salt-free, otherwise it would simply cause decrease in the viscosity of the paste. Further, it will drop it to a level that it will start damaging print by going beyond the allocated boundary.
The reason for is that salt damages the effectiveness by straightening the coiled structure of thickeners. This is termed as ‘flushing’. Thus, to know about textile printing thickeners such as tamarind gum, Carboxymethyl Starch (CMS), etc. you can surf various relevant sources and extract information from there.