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How To Use Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose - CMC


Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose can also be called sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, carboxymethyl cellulose, the English abbreviation is CMC.

It is currently the most widely used cellulose type in the world. It has many advantages and has been widely used in many fields.

The correct use of CMC can play a very good role in promoting. Once it is not used correctly, it will not only fail to achieve the desired effect, but will waste a lot of materials. If it is a large-scale production, it will cause great losses.

When using CMC, we will first observe that the sodium carboxymethyl cellulose product is in powder form. In addition to being directly mixed with dry powder, its use often requires dissolution to form a colloidal solution and then use it. In order to achieve the desired effect, it is necessary to select pure water and dissolve it in a mechanical stirring device. The specific operation is to start the mixing equipment, add an appropriate amount of pure water to it, and then slowly sprinkle the CMC powder into the mixing device. This can effectively prevent CMC from agglomerating and agglomerating during dissolution.

The colloid prepared by the above method is clear and transparent, has no agglomeration, is relatively uniform, and has a particularly good effect when used. It can be seen from the process that the secret of dissolution is stirring. Only by stirring continuously can the agglomerated parts disperse and allow the powdered CMC to fully contact and mix with pure water.