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Established in year 1998 in the name of "Vishnu gum and chemicals" with manufacturing facility of different types of guar gum, tamarind gum, textile chemicals and industrial biocides. Further company established international trading of industrial / Food gum like guar gum, tamarind gum , sodium alginate gum and Dyes / Dyes Intermediates, etc. KN International is having infrastructure which includes good testing laboratory, R&D wing, safe & clean storage & packaging division as well. All our sales are backed by technically sound team of laboratory technicians, quality controllers, researchers, administrative managers and sales & marketing executives. Our client centric approach has greatly assisted us in attaining a cent percent customer satisfaction record. we strive to maintain this enviable record in the coming year and make all efforts to ensure that clients are satisfied with all aspects of buying experience. Due to ethical business practises, transperency in deals and by providing necessary support, we have been able to retain our clients, Some of whom have maintained the alliance since our establishment. Such practices have assisted us in establishing our self among the best in this highly competitive industry.

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Guar Gum
Guar Gum INR 0 INR 0 Guar Gum and its derivatives. A cold and hot water soluble polymer, classified as a galactomannan polysaccharide, extracted from Guar (Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba) seeds. Guar is a very old cultivated plant, native to India and Pakistan. It is also grown in Texas (USA), Malawi, S. Africa and The Sudan in small quantities. It is an annual crop and is sown at the end of July and harvested in November. The pods are 5-8 cms long and are used as a green vegetable or as a cattle feed besides the industrial extraction of Guar Gum. Guar Gum is derived from the seeds of the Guar plant 'Cyamopsis Tetragonalobus". It is an annual plant , about 4 feet high, vertically stalked,with large leaves and clusters of bean-like pods. Each pod is about 5-8 cms long and has on an average 6-9 small greyish-white pea shaped seeds. Guar is a hardy , drought resistant bush which grows well in the semi-arid areas of west and north-west India and parts of Pakistan. Guar grows best in sandy soils. It needs moderate, intermittent rainfall with lots of sunshine. Too much precipitation can cause the plant to become "leafy" and reduce the number of pods and seeds per pods which affects the size and yield. The crop is sown after the first rains in July and harvested in late October. The pods are then sun - dried, manually separated from the seeds and supplied to the industry for processing. Tender green Guar pods are consumed as a vegetable in India. The Guar seed is dicotyledonous having a diameter of about 2.0-3.0 mm. The seeds make-up about 60%-70% of the pod weight. The germ is completely enveloped by the two halves of the endosperm which is the source of the gum. The tough seed skin or husk is of a fibrous nature, composed of compressed thin layers of cellulosic material. The gum is commercially extracted from the seeds essentially by a mechanical process of roasting, differential attrition, sieving and polishing. The seeds are broken and the germ is separated from the endosperm. Two halves of the endosperm are obtained from each seed and are known as Undehusked Guar Splits. When the fine layer of fibrous material, which forms the husk, is removed and separated from the endosperm halves by polishing, Refined Guar Splits are obtained. The husk and germ are rich in protein form a valuable cattle-feed. The larger germ particles have a high content of oil and albuminoids (o&a)- about 55%. The smaller germ particles have an o&a content of about 40% and the husk about 25%. The refined Guar Splits are then treated and finished into powders by a variety of routes and processing techniques depending upon the end product desired. High purity Guar gums like Edicolâ„¢ for foods, feeds and pharmaceutical applications can be produced in many different viscosities, hydration rates and particle size distributions to suit specific applications. Various modified/derivatised Guar gums such as hydrolysed, hydroxyalkyl, carboxyalkyl, oxidised, sulphated, borated, cationic and various combinations of these are commercially useful for a number of industrial applications. Food, Feed & Pharma Grades Various particle sizes (very coarse to very fine). Various hydration rates (very slow to very fast). Various viscosities (1% solution in water = 50 cps to 7000 cps). Special low microbilogical count grades. Technical Grades Straight Guars: Various particle sizes (very coarse to very fine). Various hydration rates (very slow to very fast). Various viscosities (1% solution in water = 50 cps to 8000 cps). Special good Dry-Flow (Free-Flow) Guars. Modified Guars and Guar Derivatives: Fast hydrating / High Viscosity / Diesel Slurriable (particularly suitable for oil, gas and other deep well drilling and EOR operations like polymer flooding / fracturing), Borated.. Oxidised. Depolymerised. High water absorbance capacity. Carboxymethyl guar(Anionic). Hydroxypropyl guar(Nonionic). Hydroxypropyltriammonium chloride (Cationic). Special good Dry-Flow (Free-Flow) Modified Guars / Guar Derivatives. False 1511431329
Tamarind Gum
Tamarind Gum INR 0 INR 0 A hot water soluble polymer. Contains d-glucopyranosyl, d-xylopyronosyl, d-galactopyranosyl and l-arabinofuranosyl sugars, extracted from Tamarind (Tamarindus Indicus)seeds. . Tamarind Gum, also known as Tamarind Kernel Powder (TKP) is extracted from the seeds of the Tamarind Tree, Tamarindus indica. The Tamarind tree grows mainly in South India, parts of Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand. India is however, by far, the largest producer of Tamarind Gum. The Tamarind tree is a large evergreen and grows to a height of 4 to 6 metres and bears fruit after 12 - 13 years. The seeds are contained in a pod, about 10 - 15 cms long. The pods contain about 55% pulp, 34% seed and 11% shell and fiber. The pulp is used as a food ingredient. The seeds are about 1.6 cms long, about 1.2 - 1.6 cms in width and about 0.7 cms thick. The seeds are processed in to gum by seed selection, seed coat removal, separation, hammer milling, grinding and sieving. Tamarind gum is a polysachharide composed of glucosyl : xylosyl : galactosyl in the ratio of 3:2:1 Tamarind gum is hot water soluble. It requires heating to fully solubilise. Tamarind gums are non Newtonian and yield higher viscosities than most starches at equivalent concentrations. Tamarind gum is mostly used after modification / derivation in textile printing applications as a thickener of dye pastes. Some Tamarind gum is also used a sizing agent and highly purified Tamarind gum is used as a food additive in some Asian countries. False 1511431368
Sodium alginate
Sodium alginate INR 0 INR 0 An algae-extracted gelling agent, sodium alginate is used in molecular gastronomy in association with calcium salts for the basic spherification and reverse-spherification processes, whether to make small caviar-like pearls or large ravioles. Origin The properties of sodium alginate were studied for the first time in 1881 by English chemist ECC Stanford. He had at the time extracted a viscous liquid from brown seaweed of the Laminaria species, with an alkaline solution. He called this product "Algin", a term still commonly used to describe sodium alginate. Sodium alginate is therefore a salt extracted from the viscous liquid from the cell wall of brown algae. Its natural function is to increase the flexibility of the algae. Thus, algae developing in troubled waters generally have larger alginate content than those growing in calm waters. Although all brown algae can be a source of alginate, variations in their chemical structure influence the properties of the final product. Different species are therefore harvested according to the purposes for which they are intended and the two most popular are the macrocystis pyrifera of California and the ascophyllum nodosum, grown in the North Atlantic. Properties The uses of sodium alginate take advantage of two special properties it has. On the one hand, once dissolved in an aqueous solution, sodium alginate has the property of thickening the preparation and increasing the viscosity. On the other hand, when brought into contact with a calcium solution, it forms a gel. This gelling occurs through a cold process, as opposed to the formation of agar-agar gels. Industry applications Approximately 50% of the world production of alginate is used by the textile industry where the additive is used as an ink thickener in the printing process. For its part, the food processing industry uses 30%. The thickening properties of alginate are used for example in sauces, syrups and some products containing milk. It is also used as a stabilizer and anti-settling agent in ice cream and milkshakes, as well as acting as a stabilizer and emulsifier in some salad dressings. The rest of the production is mainly directed towards the pharmaceutical and pulp and paper industries. False 1511431396
Cold Water Soluble Printing Thickener
Cold Water Soluble Printing Thickener INR 0 INR 0 PROTHIK CW8 is thickener for printing on polyester fabric with disperse dyes. It is cold water soluble tamarind base gum thickener. PROTHIK CW8 is principally carboxy methylation chemistry with add on specialty chemistry which outstands in market for its printing quality with no chok ups and better shades. True 1511431480
Guar Gum For Textile Printing
Guar Gum For Textile Printing INR 0 INR 0 PROTHIK TS20 is based on modified tamarind and low viscosity guar gum derivation. It is suitable to print on flat bed and rotary printing machine. It is used for printing polyester, nylon and acrylic fabrics with their suitable dyestuff. True 1511431508
Cold Water Tamarind Gum
Cold Water Tamarind Gum INR 0 INR 0 PROTHIK AT80 is cold water soluble thickener based on tamarind gum derivative. It is medium viscosity product that produces better coverage and is cost effective. It is used for printing on polyester, nylon, acrylic and silk fabrics True 1511431539
Carboxy Methyl Starch Thickener
Carboxy Methyl Starch Thickener INR 0 INR 0 PROTHIK CMS is starch ether. Its an anionic thickener with basic derivation of carboxy methylation. In general term, it is known as carboxy methyl starch. PROTHIK CMS is better in quality than regularly available starch ether in terms of viscosity, filterability and its printing results. True 1511431577
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