Cellulose is a natural polymer composed of molecules of D-glucose linked by (1,4)-β-glycosidic bonds. It occurs in plant tissues as their primary structural material. The molecular weight of cellulosic material has a substantial impact on the physical properties of cellulose and its derivatives, depending on the source and methods of processing.
Cellulose is a very valuable raw material. It is used in three forms: raw, processed mechanically or chemically.
The cellulosic fibers have universal properties. They can be used as an abrasive, absorber, binder, filler, stabilizer, thickener, enhancer. They can be also used as an anti-caking agent, disintegrant, drainage, drying, granulating agent.
1. Versatility - one component fulfills several functions in the target product
2. High efficiency,
3. No need for complex processing,
4. Improving the quality and quantity of the target product, It is cheaper and easier than ever before.