Culminal methylcellulose derivatives are cellulose ethers that, when dissolved in water, offer a variety of functional properties. Culminal products are powders. They are used as thickeners, protective colloids, stabilizers, suspending aids and water-retention agents in many industrial applications.
Appearance: White to cream-colored powder Viscosity at 2% (dry basis) mPa·s;
Brookfield RVT, 20 rpm, at 20°C: 62.000 – 75.000
Bulk density: 200-500 g/l
Moisture: max. 8.0%
Particle size distribution, Laser DV90: 320 max.
Culminal C9115 cellulose ethers should be stored in a cool place and protected from moisture. Exposure to high temperature or humidity will increase the chance of caking. The product should be used within 12 months of receipt. Any opened bags should be resealed in a moisture proof container to prevent caking. Pallets should not be stacked or put under pressure to prevent caking.
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