At Adarsh, we are the masters of processing and manufacturing various types of Guar Gum Powder; Fast Hydrating Powder, Food Grade Powder, and Industrial Grade Powder. We manufacture Guar Gum powder with multiple specifications and variants catering to a wide range of applications in different industries. The Fast Hydrating Powder is available in various configurations. The Food Grade Guar Gum Powder we supply has various Mesh variants with further CPS classifications. Similarly, you can avail different Mesh categories of Industrial Grade Guar Gum Powder from Adarsh with several applicable classifications.
Guar Gum powder has a multitude of applications covering almost every industry, from food manufacturing, processing, textile to explosives, and mining, etc. Here are a few applications of the Guar Gum Powder.
Guar Gum powder is an excellent thickening agent used as an additive in a wider range of food items. This includes ice cream, soft drinks, chocolate milk, jams, jellies, biscuits, bread, jelly sweets, sausages, soft cheese, canned food, noodles, pasta, and ketchup, among others.
In these items, the guar gum powder is used in crystal form to act as a binder or stabilizer. In some items, like baked foods, it is used to preserve moisture. Moreover, dairy product manufacturing and processing units use it to improve texture and maintain product color.
Pharma companies and manufacturers utilize guar gum powder for different purposes, including gelling, viscosifying, thickening, suspension, stabilization, and several other purposes.
It acts as an abiding agent for tablets and is used as slimming aid or for completing anti-acid formulations. In capsules, guar gum personifies the role of a non-caloric dietary fiber supplement. Given the importance of fiber for our health, guar gum provides manufacturers with a healthy supplement.
Guar gum acts as a thickener and a protective colloid for skin care products, creams, and topicals. In addition, it is also used in toothpaste and shaving creams, allowing the material to come out from the tube easily.
A wide range of industries benefit from Guar Gum’s versatility. It can be used as a thickening and sizing agent along with a gelling agent. Water treatment plants use it for cleaning purposes, and it also helps with improving the oil recovery process and oil well drilling.
Moreover, guar gum’s application extends to the manufacture of ceramics and printing inks. The mining companies use it as a floatation agent. Other purposes for which guar gum is used include mosquito mats, synthetic resins, battery electrolytes, water paint, and ceramics.
In textile manufacturing, guar gum is used to create the film forming. It is also used for textile sizing, finishing, and printing due to its thickening properties. Moreover, it reduces warp breakage and dusting while sizing the textiles leading to enhanced product quality.
Papermaking is better with guar gum than other substances used for the same purpose. It gives the paper better density along with making erasing and writing on paper better. It is used to increase the paper’s hardness and bonding strength.
In addition to its benefits as a thickening and suspending agent, guar gum is used in oil well fracturing, oil well stimulation, and mud drilling. It is also used as a surfactant, a synthetic polymer, and a deformer in water and brine-based drilling fluids. When taking the role of a viscosifying agent, guar gum helps maintain drilling mud viscosity. As a result, the drilling fluids are able to remove the drilling waste from deep holes easily.
Guar gum takes the role of a flocculant used for liquid-solid separation. It is also used as a floating agent and acts as a depressant against the talc and insoluble gangue when mining minerals.
Guar gum is used as one of the gelling agents in gel sausage-type explosives and pumpable slurry explosives.