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Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC) for Detergent

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC) for Detergent

Daily chemical grade hydroxypropyl methylcellulose is a white or slightly yellow powder, and it is odorless, tasteless and non-toxic. It can dissolve in cold water and organic solvents to form a transparent viscous solution. The water liquid has surface activity, high transparency, and strong stability, and its dissolution in water is not affected by pH.

Product description
Chemical Name: Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose/Methyl Hydroxypropyl Cellulose
Appearance: White or off-white powder
Delayed Solubility: Yes
Moisture content: ≤6 %
Ash content: ≤5 %
Methoxy content: 19-24 %
Hydroxypropyl content: 4-12 %
pH value: 6-8
Particle size: 99% pass 80 mesh
Viscosity: 185,000-215,000 mPa.s (NDJ-1, 2% solution, 20℃)
65,000-80,000 mPa.s    (Brookfield-RV, 2% solution, 20℃)

HPMC for Detergent features:

1. Low irritation, high temperature and sex;

2. Wide pH stability, which can guarantee its stability in the range of pH 3-11;

3. Enhance conditioning;

4. Increase and stabilize foam, improve skin feel;

5. Effectively improve the fluidity of the system.

Packaging and storage
Standard packed in 25 KG per paper plastic composite bag
Big bags or other special packages are possible on request
Weight/20′ container: approx. 10 metric tons with pallets, approx. 14 metric tons without pallets
Weight/40′ container: approx. 24 metric tons with pallets, approx. 26 metric tons without pallets
Stored in its original packaging in a dry and place with temperature below 30℃.
It is recommended to use HPMC within 2 years.
Safety notes
The data presented above is in accordance with the present state of our knowledge, but doesn’t absolve the user from carefully checking it all immediately on receipt. We reserve the right to alter product constantly within the scope of technical progress or new developments. The recommendations made above should be checked by preliminary trials because of conditions during processing over which we have no control of, especially where other companies’ raw materials are also being used.