How to Mix CMC (Carboxymethyl cellulose)
Learn the most effective method for dispersing and hydrating Carboxymethyl cellulose (E466) in this informative Silverson Machines video. Carboxymethyl cellulose is a hydrocolloid derived from cotton or wood pulp and is commonly referred to as CMC, cellulose, or cellulose gum.
Conventional agitators often struggle to disperse CMC efficiently, but Silverson High Shear mixers offer a superior solution. This video showcases how these mixers provide a quick and effortless process for achieving a consistent mixture without any agglomerates. By utilizing high shear mixing, you can significantly cut down processing times and reduce costs.
Witness the Silverson Batch Mixer in action as it creates a typical 2% CMC solution and see how the Silverson Flashmix is adept at incorporating large quantities of CMC.
For a more detailed understanding of how high shear mixing can improve mixing CMC, we recommend reading the comprehensive application report available at:
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