Products

CEKOL
Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium USP/NF, EP, JP

Cekol or sodium CMC, is a water soluble polymer derived from wood and cotton cellulose by introducing carboxymethyl groups on the cellulose backbone. The formed anionic cellulose molecule hydrates and dissolves readily in water. Cekol is one of the most versatile water soluble colloids and has the ability to form viscous solutions in both cold and warm water.

Grade

Viscosity Range
mPa.s (% concentration)

Applications

Cekol 150

150 - 300 (2%) 

Thickener, stabilizer, film former, suspending and gelling agent in liquid and semi-solid dosage forms. High strength tablet binder and matrix former in sustained-release tablet formulations

Cekol 700 P

500 - 900 (2%)

Cekol 2000 P

1500 – 2500 (2%)

Cekol 4000 P

300 - 700 (1%)

Cekol 10000 P

1000 - 1500 (1%)

Cekol 20000 P

1500 - 2500 (1%)

Cekol 30000 P

2500 - 3500 (1%)

Cekol 40000

3000 - 4500 (1%)

Cekol 50000 P

4500 - 7500 (1%)

Cekol 100000

7500 - 10000 (1%)

Majol 25000S

2000 - 3000 (1%)

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