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Southern Starch Products established it's business in salem during 1986, ever since its inception, the company has built up a reputation of developing, manufacturing and exporting starch products. With utmost care for environment, the company is continuously enhancing value for the customers by providing innovative products and economically efficient solution. Under the dynamic leadership of Mr.R.Arumugam, our highly qualified and experienced Technical Teams for Engineering, Production, & Quality Control



Dextrin is a strong binder and is some times used to prepare glaze grains for dry application or as a "glue" for glaze slips to improve adherence to the ceramic body. Dextrin also improves the plasticity of clay slips. Specialty dextrins can serve as die mold release agents, green strength additives, fillers/binders, and anti-cracking additives.


A bonded abrasive is composed of an abrasive material contained within a matrix, although very fine Aluminium oxide abrasive may comprise sintered material. This matrix is called a binder and is often clay, resin, and dextrin etc. Here Dextrin acts as temporary bonding agent. A coated abrasive comprises an abrasive fixed to a backing material such as paper, cloth, rubber, resin, polyester or even metal, many of which are flexible. Sandpaper is a very common coated abrasive. Coated abrasives are commonly the same minerals as are used for bonded abrasives. A bonding agent (often some sort of adhesive or resin) is applied to the backing to provide a flat surface to which the grit is then subsequently adhered.

Glass fiber

Glass fiber is material made from extremely fine fibers of glass. It is used as a reinforcing agent for many polymer products. Southern Starch Biomaterials Innovation provides specialty starches that influence formation and weaving properties. They can be used as an alternative to formaldehyde-based thermosetting resins.
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