Application of Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose in Daily Chemical Industry

Toothpaste-carboxyl methyl cellulose

Toothpaste-carboxyl methyl cellulose

1. In Toothpaste Industry

The toothpaste requires the carboxyl methyl cellulose properties more stable.

1). Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose has good compatibility with any other component in toothpaste.

2). Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose enables the paste to be fine and smooth, without water diversion or shelling, without becoming thick and rich foams.

3). Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose has good stability and appropriate thickness, so it can provide toothpaste with favorable shape, maintenance and especially comfortable taste.

4). Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose has temperature change resistance, moisture preservation and fragrance preserving properties.

5). During the process of filling, it has a small possibility of shear tailing.


2. In Detergent, Cosmetics and Tobacco Industries

1). Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose is used in washing mainly to prevent the removed dirt by detergents from re-deposition on the fabric. Furthermore, adding carboxyl methyl cellulose in the production of detergents can have effective thickening effects on the detergent slurry and liquid soap, as well as can stabilize the structure of components.

2). Sodium Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose CMC can be used in cosmetics to play a role in thickening, dispersing, suspending and stabilizing. In paste products with solid powder materials, it has dispersing, suspending and stabilizing functions, while in liquid or emulsified products; it has thickening, dispersing and homogeneous functions. Adding Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose can bring various performances of cosmetics into full play.

3). In tobacco, Sodium carboxylmethylcellulose is mainly used in the agglomeration of tobacco sheets during the production process. Since carboxyl methyl cellulose has excellent binding property, film-forming property and water-retaining capacity, tobacco segments can be put into effective use to reduce the usage of original tobacco leaves.