We are renowned in the market as a leader for Maize Native Starch Manufacturer, Supplier and exporter in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Derived from sources such as maize, waxy maize, high amylose maize, wheat, tapioca and potato, native starches are generally used for food texturizing and thickening. They are insoluble in cold water and swell to different degrees depending on the temperature used. Native starches have very good thickening, gelling, moisture retention and anti-staling properties.
Starch is the main carbohydrate nutrient from different sources of vegetation. Maize or corn starch powder is white, odorless and tasteless, which is extracted from the kernel of maize/corn. It is widely used as a thickener and a stiffening agent with numerous industrial applications. We make different grades of maize starch, which cater to industries ranging from food, textile, and paper, pharmaceutical, adhesive, etc.
|1||Appearance||Light creamy to white colour, free flowing fine powder|
|2||pH||4.5 – 7.0|
|3||Moisture content||% Max||13.0|
|4||Viscosity of 5% in Brookfield viscometer||cps Min||1400|
|5||Viscosity of 2% in Red Wood No.1 viscometer||sec Min||34|
|6||Fiber Content||ml Max||1.0|
|7||Sieve Retention||% Max||1.0|
|8||Ash Content||% Max||0.2|
|9||Sulphur Dioxide||ppm Max||100|
|11||Protein Content||% Max||0.45|
|12||Free Acidity||ml Max||4.0|
Maize Native Starch is used in Hot-melt glues, stamps, bookbinding, envelopes, labels (regular and waterproof), wood adhesive, laminations, automotive, engineering, pressure-sensitive adhesives, corrugation and paper sacks.