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Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP)

Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP)

A superabsorbent polymer (SAP) is a water-absorbing polymer that can absorb and retain extremely large amounts of a liquid relative to its own mass. Water-absorbing polymers, which are classified as hydrogels when mixed, absorb aqueous solutions through hydrogen bonding with water molecules. A SAP’s ability to absorb water depends on the ionic concentration of the aqueous solution.

    • Control of spill and waste aqueous fluid
    • Personal disposable hygiene products
    • Baby diapers
    • Adult diapers
    • Feminine care products
    • Nursing pads
    • Pet sheets
    • Meat pads
    • Refrigerants
    • Safe for use in absorbent hygiene products
    • Reduces leakage
    • Large swelling capabilities
    • Suspension polymerization
    • Solution polymerizations

Sodium Polyacrylate (ASAP)

Sodium Polyacrylate (ASAP) is an acrylic sodium salt based hydrophilic polymer with carbonyl and sodium as major groups present in the structure. Both groups facilitate the polymeric chain with absorption potential. It can be used as a superabsorbent material as, in the presence of a liquid, the ASAP chain swells and forms a gel substance

    • Noodles
    • Flour Products
    • Meat Products
    • Animal feed
    • Medicine
    • Cosmetic
    • Toothpaste
    • Refrigerants
  • The protein in raw material powder binder force;
  • The powder particles together, scattered into the mesh structure of protein;
  •  Make raw material (dough) forming dense surface bright and clean;
  •  Material (dough) become stable colloid, thus avoiding the soluble starch leakage;
  •  The moisture in wet sex is very strong, make the raw material uniform distribution, prevent dry;
  •  Enhance the ductility of the material;
  •  Grease composition is uniformly distributed in the raw powder, keep its stability.
    • Suspension polymerization
    • Solution polymerizations
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