Masjid Bandar, Mumbai, Maharashtra
GST No. 27AAAPA8744K1ZN
Approx. Rs 300 / KilogramGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Packaging Size||50 kg|
|Packaging Type||Sack Bag|
|Shelf Life||24 Months|
Our clients can avail from us a wide assortment of Alginic Acid, which is also called algin or alginate. These anionic polysaccharide acids are found widely distributed in the cell walls of brown algae, where it uses binding water to form a viscous gum(Gellan Gum). When in extracted form, these acids possess the capacity of absorbing water 200-300 times its own weight in water. These are sold in filamentous, granular or powdered forms and are available in diverse colours ranging from white to yellowish-brown. Their water absorbing ability makes them extensively used as an additive in dehydrated products such as slimming aids, and in the fabrication of paper and textiles.
Some of the key applications of our product include:
These are ideal to be used in various medical products, including burn dressings as these accelerate healing and cause less pain than conventional dressings while removing. Our product shows unmatched biocompatibility and simple gelation with divalent cations such as Ca2+and is thus, extensively demanded for cell immobilization and encapsulation. These (alginato) also find usages in various culinary arts, especially in the "Esferificación" (Sphereification) techniques of Ferran Adrià of El Bulli in Roses, Girona, where natural juices of fruits & vegetables are summed up in bubbles that "explode" on the tongue during consumption. One of the well-known examples of this use of alginic acid dates back to the time when Ferran Adrià used it in the preparation of apple caviar. Furthermore, their water absorbing ability enables alginate to be changed into a new and expandable structure through a lyophilization process.
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