Calcium Formate   Calcium formate is the white crystal or powder, it’s nondeliquescent, can be dissolved in water, it can insoluble in alcohol, non-poisonous, PH is neutral, and can be resolved under 400℃. Character: white crystal or powder Physico-chemical property: slightly hygroscopicity, tastebitter,neutral, non-poisonous, dissolved in water, resolve>400℃ Application:   For Building Materials   It can.. read more →

Calcium formate, Ca(HCO2)2 (or. Ca(HCOO)2), is the calcium salt of formic acid, HCOOH. It contains 31% of calcium and 69% of formic acid, with neutral pH and low moisture. When used in feed additive, it can prevent loss of vitamins and decomposes into free formic acid under the effect of gastric acid, thus lower the.. read more →

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calcium formate for use as a preservative infeed for all animal species This opinion concerns the re-evaluation of calcium formate for use as a preservative in feed for all animal species and categories. Calcium formate is currently authorised for use as a preservative in feed for all animal species, but is not authorised as a.. read more →

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Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose is a non-ionic cellulose ether made through a series of chemical processes, with the natural polymer cellulose as the raw material. It is odorless, tasteless and non-toxic white powder. In cold water, it swells into a clear or slightly turbid colloidal solution. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose and Methylcellulose can be used in building materials, coating.. read more →

Differences between HPS and HPMC   HPS (short for hydroxypropyl starch ether) is unfamiliar to many people, and thought to be a little different from common starch, but that’s not the case. HPS has a very small amount used in mortar products, and a very low addition amount enables to achieve very good quality effects… read more →

There are many classifications of Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. According to its uses, Sidley Chemical Co.,Ltd classifies HPMC into two categories, instant soluble and slowly soluble. Slowly soluble HPMC, also known as hot-water soluble HPMC, is also a kind of great used cellulose ether in dry-mixed mortar.   The differences and characteristics between HPMC and common HPMC ethers.. read more →