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Hydroxyethyl cellulose

CheSilo TM  Hydroxy Ethyl Cellulose


CheSilo Hydroxyethyl cellulose (abbr.CheSilo HEC) is a non-ionic, water-soluble polymer derived from cellulose through a series of chemical  and physical processes.
CheSilo HEC is a white to light yellowish,oderless and tastless powder,readily soluble in hot or cold water to form a viscous gel solution.When pH in solution is within 2 to 12, the solution is quite stable. Since CheSilo HEC group is nonionic one in water solution, it won't be reacted with other anions or cations and insensitive to the salts. But HEC molecule is capable of generating esterification, etherification and acetal reaction, so it is possible to make it insoluble in water or improve its properties. CheSilo HEC also has good film-forming ability and surface activity.
CheSilo HEC can thicken,suspend, bind,emulsify,form films, stabilize,disperse,retain water,and provide protective colloid action in water paint,personal care products, oil-drilling or cementing etc..


Grades and Specifications

The grade of CheSilo HEC mainly differs in the solution viscosity.

Viscosity specification of CheSilo HEC, at 25°C, mPa.s(tested by Brookfield LVT)

 

Grade1

Viscosity measured at the concentration of

1%

2%

H4000(L)

3400 - 5000

-

H3000(L)

2600 - 3300

-

H2000(L)

1500 - 2500

-

H1000(L)

800 -1500

-

MH 5000(L)

-

4500 - 6500

MH 2000(L)

-

1500 – 2500

MH 300(L)

-

150 – 400

Note:

1. CheSilo HEC has high substitution of grades and lower ones,for example,H4000 is high substitution grade with better anti-enzyme,biostable than H4000L.

  

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