Starch For Paper

The starch used in the paper making industry in mainly to increase the bonding strength of plain white paper and paperboard. It improves the strength, paper quality and also brightens it. We supply some of the most economical starches to increase the strength of the paper.

Cationic Starch

Cationic starch is a fibre retaining and optical brightening agent. It increases the paper sheet strength. This starch helps in enhancing the paper strength, water drainage, retention, improve paper quality, reduced dusting, lining and size addition. Cationic starch serves as both a fiber retaining and optical brightening agent in the paper-making process. Its specific applications include enhancing the paper sheet strength, improving water drainage, and increasing retention. This starch type also helps reduce dusting, lining, and size addition during paper production. While cationic starch offers these benefits, it is essential to note that excessive usage may lead to increased costs and potential negative effects on paper properties.

Oxidized Starch

Oxidised starch we export is one of the most common modified starches in surface sizing because of its good film forming characteristic and reduced tendency to retro-gradation. It improves quality of paper and cardboard on the basis of primary and secondary semi-finished products. Oxidized starch is a commonly used modified starch in surface sizing applications. It possesses excellent film-forming characteristics, contributing to better quality for paper and cardboard products. Compared to other starch types, oxidized starch exhibits reduced retro-gradation tendencies, which means it retains its properties for a longer time. However, it is important to control the amount of oxidized starch used, as excessive application might result in reduced paper strength and excessive sizing material costs.

Spray Starch

We manufacture spray starch which is used as adhesive in ply bond multi-layer board paper. It improves the internal bonding strength of the paper. This technique which is intermediate between wet end addition and surface sizing is an economical way to enhance the strength of paper. Spray starch finds its primary application as an adhesive in ply bond multi-layer board paper manufacturing. It plays a crucial role in improving the internal bonding strength of the paper. Spray starch application is an intermediate technique between wet end addition and surface sizing, providing an economical way to enhance paper strength. It is essential to optimise the spraying process to avoid overuse, which may lead to uneven bonding and increased production costs.

BF-Bond PAP

EBF-Bond PAP is a modified starch which provides excellent surface coating and strength in the kraft paper. This provides better surface finishing to the paper and good printability. BF-Bond PAP is a modified starch formulation specifically designed to provide excellent surface coating and strength for kraft paper. This starch type offers improved surface finishing to the paper and enhances its printability. To achieve optimal results, it is crucial to follow recommended usage guidelines, as excessive BF-Bond PAP application might affect the paper's appearance and print quality.

Thin Boiling Starch

Thin boiling starch is a modified starch formulation with controlled viscosity and extra strong film properties. It finds wide application in the field of paper (coating & sizing). It helps in improving wax pick, gloss smoothness of paper by forming strong and flexible film on fibre. Thin boiling starch is a modified formulation with controlled viscosity and extra-strong film properties. It plays a vital role in the field of paper coating and sizing. Thin boiling starch significantly improves wax pick, gloss, and smoothness of the paper by forming a strong and flexible film on the fibers. Careful consideration must be given to the boiling process to avoid undercooking or overcooking, as it may impact the starch's performance and overall paper quality.

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FAQ’s

What are the primary benefits of using cationic starch in paper-making?

Cationic starch offers several advantages, including increased paper sheet strength, improved water drainage, and enhanced retention. It also reduces dusting, lining, and size addition during the paper production process.

How does oxidized starch contribute to better paper quality?

Oxidized starch serves as a modified starch used in surface sizing applications. It exhibits excellent film-forming characteristics and reduces the tendency to retro-gradation. This results in improved paper and cardboard quality, both in terms of primary and secondary semi-finished products.

What is the significance of using spray starch in ply bond multi-layer board paper production?

Spray starch acts as an adhesive, enhancing the internal bonding strength of multi-layer board paper. This intermediate technique between wet end addition and surface sizing provides a cost-effective way to strengthen the paper.

How does BF-Bond PAP enhance the surface coating and printability of kraft paper?

BF-Bond PAP is a modified starch formulation specifically designed for kraft paper. It offers excellent surface coating and contributes to improved printability, providing better overall appearance and quality for the paper.

What unique properties does thin boiling starch bring to the paper coating process?

Thin boiling starch possesses controlled viscosity and exhibits extra-strong film properties. It significantly improves wax pick, gloss, and smoothness of the paper by forming a robust and flexible film on the fibers during the coating process.