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Chemstar’s breakthrough chemistries and custom formulating expertise will ensure the right starch polymer solution for any paper or packaging application and operation.
Applications and outcomes
Our R&D staff works closely with paper and packaging industry scientists and engineers to develop starch-based formulas that enhance efficiency and productivity. Choose from any of the following products specifically formulated for your industry. Be sure to contact us to find the right fit for your requirements!
FiberStar products are the perfect cold-water soluble (pregelatinized) corn starch additive for wood fiber, mineral wool or cellulosic compositions such as insulation products.
GlucoPlus is a cationic derivative, corn starch polymer that is cold-water soluble with normal viscosity, and can serve as a flocculent and retention aid to eliminate cooking processes. The product’s solubility and cationic properties make GlucoPlus a versatile choice for specialty wet-end applications used in the paper industry.
GlucoPlus P+3 is a cationic derivative, potato starch polymer that is cold-water soluble and can serve as a flocculent and retention aid to eliminate cooking processes.
GlucoStar products meet the growing demand for specialty binders, thanks to their superior adhesion and fermentation resistance. Since these carboxymethyl polymers are cold-water soluble and have low viscosity, they are perfect for a variety of paper industry applications.
Our GlucoSol product line provides exceptional dispersion and hydration profiles. These highly substituted natural polysaccharides are smart alternatives to competitive natural and synthetic water-soluble polymers. The polymers exhibit unique hydration profiles that allow the individual particles to briefly wet-out prior to rapid hydration of the polymer, eliminating the formation of gel agglomerates.
Chemstar’s StarBond product line meets a variety of paper industry applications, providing adhesion, water retention, improved rheology and other critical properties.