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Guar Gum 3500/200

Description

The material consists of a free flowing, buff coloured powder obtained from the endosperm of the seeds of the Guar plant, Cyamopsis tetragonolobus. It disperses readily 20ÂșC in cold water to give 100% solubility.


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Uses
Guar is the most versatile of the Hydrocolloids family. It hydrates quickly in cold water and gives an excellent thickening solution.

It is used in food such as Bakery, Beverages, Confectionery, Dairy, Meats, Petfood, Sauces, Syrups, Toppings and Fillings.

Industrial uses: Printing, Textile, Paper, Tobacco and Oil (Fracking) industries.

Cosmetic and Pharmaceutical: Lotions, creams, tablets, etc

Typical Analysis

Appearance
White to off white powder
Moisture
12% (Max)
Protein
7% (Max)
A.I.M
7% (Max)
Starch
Negative
Viscosity (cps)
3500 - 4000 cps
Ash
1% (Max)
pH
6 to 7
200 mesh (75 Microns)
96 - 97% min
Gum Content
80.0 to 85% min

Microbiological Analysis

E. Coli
<1cfu/g
Salmonella
Absent in 25 gr
Total plate count
2500 cfu/g max
Mould and yeast
200 cfu/g max
Coagulase
Negative
Bacilius Cereus/g
Negative
Organic Peroxices
NMT 0.7meq
Pentachlorophenol
Not more than 0.01mg/kg
Furfural mg/kg
NMT 1.0
Arsenic mg/kg
NMT 3.0
Lead mg/kg
NMT 2.0
Mercury mg/kg
NMT 1.0
Cardmium mg/kg
NMT 10

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Packaging
In 25 kilos boxes/bags with inner polythene liner.
Storage
Goods must be stored in a dry, odour free environment
Shelf Life: 2 years from date of manufacturing if kept in optimum storage conditions and original packaging.
Country of origin: India
Other Health Hazards
It is advisable to wear face masks or to handle the powder in an airy room. Spillages of powder may occur during transportation and usage. These would become slippery when wet. Any spillages of this sort should be brushed up initially with any residue being hosed down well.