Guar Gum & its Derivatives Exporter, Supplier in India [Season 2022 Production Available]
We are high in demand exporter, supplier of Guar Gum & its various Derivatives like Guar Gum Powder, Split, Seeds, FHG, etc. which have valuable usage mostly in Food, Paper, Textile, Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetic Industry. We contribute for India 's stand for 90 per cent of the world’s guar supply.
India is native of guar or cluster bean where it is used as a vegetable. Guargum is an extract of the guar bean, where it acts as a food and water store. Guar gum comes from the endosperm of the seed of the legume plant Cyamopsis tetragonoloba; an annual plant, grown in dry regions of India as a food crop for animals.
Derivatives of Guar Gum
Guar Beans, cluster bean, with the botanical name Cyamopsis tetragonoloba
We Export, Supply Guar Gum for Following Industrial Usages:
Guar Gum For Frozen Desert
Guar Gum For Frozen Desert Industry
It makes it possible to maintain uniform viscosity of the product
Throughout shelf life with only a minimum variation
Guar gum is used in frozen dessert industry like in ice-cream and soft serve products
Guar gum has good freeze thaw stability, which is desired property for this field.
High-Fiber Diets And Weight Loss Guar Gum
Guar Gum For High-Fiber Diets And Weight Loss
This is a food additive shown to reduce serum cholesterol
It appears to have positive effects on blood glucose
It helps to loose weight because bulk forming fibers
Also impart a feeling of fullness, thus help curb appetite.
Guar Gum For Textile Industry
Average molecular weight of galoman grade - 2,00,000-3,00,000.
Guar gum and guar derivatives thicken the dye baths
These are used in the printing and dyeing of fibres, fabrics and carpets
The gums control the rheological of the dye formulations
Permits complex multiple dye patterns that are sharp, bright and controlled as to penetration.
Oil Well Industry Guar Gum
We are one of the one of the pioneers in exporting, supplying Guar Gum that is used mostly in oil well industry. These are manufactured with international quality standards. Our products are exported to various countries across the world.
Pharmaceuticals Industry Guar Gum
We have a team of experts who hand pick the guar seeds from authentic cultivators using organic farming. These seeds are further processed under stringent quality standards and the prevailing technology. These guar gum For Pharmaceuticals Industry acts as dis-integrator, appetite depressant & binder in the pharmaceutical industry. We focus on client satisfaction and thus offer these components at highly affordable prices. We follow the best packaging policies to ship our guar gum to the clients safely.
Guar Gum For Pharmaceuticals Industry:
It acts as a binding agent, thickeners, granulating agent, improve body, emulsifying
Guar gum is used as a granulating agent in tablets preparation.
Guar gum is an excellent emulsion stabilizer.
Guar gum is an excellent gelling agent
Food Industry Guar Gum
Our company is exporting, supplying the best quality Guar Gum For Food Industry that can be used in Food industry. Our Guar gum is used in processed food industries as thickening, stabilizing & suspending agent. We process these gum products using the latest technology & sophisticated machinery. Further, these products are easily available in the market at leading prices. This multi-purpose guar gum is widely demanded for their applicability in various industries.
Guar Gum For Food Industry
This acts as a stabilizer, thickener and suspending agent
Even though relatively small percentage is incorporated into a wide variety of foods it performs a function normally requiring a larger percentage of starch or other thickening agents
Examples in cakes, cake icings, bread, pie fillings, ice-cream and soft serve products, emulsion type dressings of salad in bottled sauces and canned gravies etc.
Food Grade Guar Gum Powder
PE - Grade A Quality - Guar Gum Powder
Regulatory information of Guar Gum Powder
HS-Code : 130.232.30
21 Code of Federal Regulation : 184.1339
CAS No. : 9000-30-0
EEC No. : E412
BT No. : 1302.3290
EINECS No. : 232.536.8
Fann viscosity Result
Fann 35@300 RPM, 2.5 min starring at 1500 RPM in Warring Blender, 10 gm KCL (2% of water), 2.4 gm FH 4045 (0.48% of water), 500 ml Distilled water, at 75F +/- 5 degree F Temp.
3 minute: 40 cps (Generally it show 42 cps)
60 minute: 45 cps (Generally it show 46 cps)
Storage and Shelf Life Guar Gum India
Store in dry and fresh place, sheltered from light.
Shelf life is 2 years from date of production.
Guar Gum India’s Packaging Details
HDPE Poly woven paper bag with inside liner
Multi walled paper bags.
Jumbo bags / Big bags
Functions of Guar Gum
Natural thickener Agent
Guar Gum India Chemical Structure & Properties
Guar gum is mainly consisting of the high molecular weight polysaccharides composed of galactomannans which are consisting of a linear chain of (1→4)-linked β-D-mannopyranosyl unitswith (1→6)-linked α-D-galactopyranosyl residues as side chains. The mannose: galactose ratio is approximately 2:1. The molecular weight range is 50,000-8,000,000.
Physical & Chemical Specification of Guar Gum
Physical and Chemical properties of guar gum powder
Color : Off White / Ceramist.
Oder : Odorless
Texture : free flowing fine powder
Solubility : Soluble in cold water
Why A-1 Overseas for Guar Gum & its Derivatives? –
Best quality seeds are used for production.
Stringent hygienic processing standards.
Variety of food & industrial grade products.
Prompt order execution and delivery.
Aggressive & restless professionals to endeavor new technology for quality production.
Consumer centric approach for complete client satisfaction.
Procurement form Certified manufacturing plants.
More about the Guar Gum
The guar or cluster bean, with the botanical name Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, is an annual legume and the source of guar gum. It is also known as gavar, guwar, or guvar bean.
The Guar seeds are used to manufacture the gaur split. It is refined to a distinct number of purity level to meet the customer requirements. Basically, for the Guar Gum production, it is considered as the raw materials.
Most of the demand for the gum is due to the expansion of the shale gas and oil industries. Ninety per cent of the export is used to extract oil and shale gas, a natural gas trapped in shale formations. Guar Gum either modified or unmodified, is a very versatile and efficient bio-polymer covering a wide range of industrial applications such as: Oil drilling, Textile printing, Human food and Pet Food, Paper, Explosive, Water Treatment, etc. etc. where its binding, thickening film forming and lubricating factors are of great interest.
The drought-resistant guar bean can be eaten as a green bean, fed to cattle, or used in green manure. For hundreds of years Guar has been used as vegetable in India. Being a leguminous crop, guar fixes nitrogen, making the soil fertile.
The guar seeds are dehusked, milled and screened to obtain the guar gum. It is typically produced as a free-flowing, pale, off-white colored, coarse to fine ground powder. Guar Gum (Galactomannan) is a high molecular weight carbohydrate polymer made up of a large number of mannose and galactose unit linked together. The crude Guar Gum is a greyish white powder, 90% of which dissolves in water. It is a non-ionic polysaccharide based on the milled endosperm of the guar bean (leguminous seed cyamposis tetragonalobus). The guar gum is produced from endosperm and consists mainly of gummy Polly groups of monogalactoses with small amount of fibre and minerals.
In India several methods have being used for the manufacture of different grades of guar gum but due to its complex nature, the thermo mechanical process is generally used for the manufacture of edible grade and industrial grade guar gum.
Guar meal is the by-product of Guar Gum, consisting of outer seed coat and germ material. After gum extraction, it is a potential source of protein and contains about 42% crude protein. The protein content in guar meal is well comparable with that of oil cakes.
The consumption pattern of guar seeds is largely influenced by the demands from the petroleum industry. India accounts for 90 per cent of the world’s guar produce.
Note: Chemical & other standard parameters with values given above may vary according to the various factors.