Biopolymer DG-P is a rapidly dispersible high viscosity, rapid hydrating, water soluble biopolymer produced by fermentation for use in gypsum and hydraulic cementitious systems, as a viscosity modifying agent (VMA) specifically used where super pseud plasticity characteristics are required such as cementitious materials and oil and gas drilling.
Xanthan gum is a water-soluble polysaccharide, commercially produced by a distinct fermentation process of Xanthomonas campestris, and does not contain any other polysaccharide, such as starch, guar gum or other naturally occurring polymers or their derivatives. Xanthan gum is an off-white, free flowing granular powder.
Welan Gum is an anionic polysaccharide with excellent thermal stability and retention of viscosity at elevated temperatures. Welan Gum exhibits superior temperature stability over 200°F in fresh water and low pH fluids. Welan Gum is a tan colored dry powder with a density of 26.25 lbs/ft³. Welan Gum is used in various industries where high molecular weight biopolymers are useful.
Polyanionic cellulose (Poly anioniccellulose) referred to as PAC, is from natural cellulose by chemical modification and the obtained water-soluble derivatives of cellulose ethers, is an important water-soluble cellulose ether, white or slightly yellow powder, non-toxic, tasteless, it can be dissolved in water, have good heat stability, and salt-tolerance, anti-bacterial and strong. The product slurry prepared with a good drop of fluid loss, and suppression, of a higher temperature. Widely used in oil drilling, especially in salt water wells and offshore oil drilling.