Starch is a common base for the production of adhesives. It is often used for bonding paper to different types of materials, such as glass, mineral wool, and clay. It also serves as an excellent binder for non-paper materials such as charcoal and coal briquettes, along with mineral wool in ceramic ceiling elements before firing.
Allstarch wheat starches are white in color, gelatinize at steady temperatures and form a cooling gel. Adding AllStarch to paste and adhesives will help you to produce a material of excellent quality.
Native wheat starches AllStarch WN1 and AllStarch 1550 are native starches that are ideal adhesives for bonding paper-based materials. It is used for corrugated board making too.
Here are the properties of AllStarch WN1 and AllStarch 1550 wheat starches:
Allstarch CWS (cold water swelling) wheat starches are the basis of adhesives used for different industrial purposes, especially in the packaging industry. Starch adhesives are readily available, relatively low in cost, and easily applied from water dispersion. Here are the properties of cold water swelling wheat starches: