Cellulose Powder – Microcrystalline Cellulose Manufacturer-Ankit Pulps

Cellulose Powder

Cellulose Powder

Cellulose is used in multiple industrial applications and cellulose fibers in coatings of welding electrode are one of the oldest application for these types of fillers. It improves the welding properties of the electrodes depending upon the type and structure of the coating.

A cellulosic electrode covering consists of naturally occurring minerals, metallic oxides, and organic compounds where cellulose (wood pulp) is the primary constituent, normally 30-40% of the coating. In their formation, the mixture of metal oxides and organic materials are bonded on the core wire with the help of binders. These coatings on melting give sound weld protection along with the formation of slag. Besides some limitation on their usage, some factors make them exceptional in intricate applications.

Chemical & physical properties Specification
Characteristic Short Fibre, White
Cellulose content % by mass, (Assay method) Approx. 99.5
Average Fiber Length, µm 60
Average Fiber Thickness, µm 20
Bulk Density, gjLitre, (One Tap) 250-350
Whiteness(absolute value, 461 nm), % 85 ± 5
Residue on ignition, % NMT 1.5
pH Value 6 ± 1
Loss on drying, % NMT 7
Passing 100 BSS, Mesh size, % NLT 95
Chemical & physical properties Specification
Characteristic Short Fibre, White
Cellulose content % by mass, (Assay method) Approx. 99.5
Average Fiber Length, µm 60
Average Fiber Thickness, µm 20
Bu,lk Density, gjLitre, (One Tap) 250-350
Whiteness(absolute value, 461 nm), % 85 ± 5
Residue on ignition, % NMT 0.3
pH Value 6 ± 1
Loss on drying, % NMT 7
Passing 100 BSS, Mesh size, % NLT 95

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Unique Features of Microcrystalline Cellulose

Angle of Repose

Customized Bulk Density

Excellent Flowability

Better Compressibility

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