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With rich industry and market knowledge in this domain, we are instrumental in providing quality checked Sugar Process Decolorant. Known as highly effective cationic coagulant, the offered product is highly admired to be used for cane sugar decolorization in both raw and refined conditions. Also, this product is painstakingly processed with the use of advanced methodology by a crew of skilled professionals. The provided Sugar Process Decolorant can be availed from us in leakage proof packaging options at suitable prices.
Sugar Process Decolorant
Bluwat Sugar Decolorant:
Trade Name: Blu AM504 (Equivalent to Magnafloc LT 31)
Active Ingredient: Cationic Quartenary Amine Polymer
Chemical Name: Cationic Polyelectrolyte
Slight yellow to yellow liquid
very low to high
4 - 7
Sugar syrup treatment:
Sugar, with water, is one of the main raw materials in the beverage industry.
Sugar, especially cane sugar, may be of different quality depending on the type of refining process to which it was subjected. In some cases the sugar available cannot be used as it is because it does not meet the quality standards and requirements of beverage bottlers. In this case the sugar syrup may be subjected to the following treatments: filtering (to eliminate suspended solids), clarification and decolorization (to reduce turbidity and colour) and deodorization (to eliminate any unpleasant odours and/or flavours).
Packaging & Shipping
Package and Storage:
We have more than 10 year experience and more than 10 engineers for production research and after-sales service, advanced lab equipments can satisfy your testing requirements.
Dedicated Customer Service Specialist to help guiding clients to use the products.
Regular detailed tracking reports keep customers updated on their application performance, to provide professional suggestions and solutions to help you get more benifits and cut down the cots. High Efficient Water Dec
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