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Guar Gum Split :

Guar Gum Split is manufactured from Guar seeds and refined to different purity levels as per buyers' requirements. This is the basic raw material for Guar Gum Powder production.
Specifications of Guar Gum Splits
Gum Content:80-85%
Dehusked Splits:90% Minimum
Protein:5% Maximum
Ash:1.0% Maximum
Moisture:10% Maximum
AIR:2.5% Maximum

Guar Gum Powder:

Guar Gum is a white to yellowish white powder. It is nearly odorless. Guar Gum Products is available in different viscosities and different granulometries depending on the desired viscosities and application.

Guar Gum is a natural high molecular weight hydro colloidal polysaccharide composition and mannan units combined through glycosidic linkages, which may be described as galactomannan.

Classified in 2 Category - 1) Straight Guar Gum / Industrial Gum

2) Food Grade Guar Gum.

Guar Meal :

During the split manufacturing process, husk & germ are obtained. These are used as a valuable cattle feed as they are rich in protein. These are widely sold in the international market as "Guar Meal" & have contents of "Oil & Albuminoids" (O & A ). The O & A contents are about 50% in germ whereas it is about 25% in husks.

Grades of Guar Meal : Guar Meal basically has3 grades called Gaur Meal Churi , Guar Meal Korma and Guar Roasted Korma
Specifications of Guar Gum Meal Korma Roasted
Moisture : 6 % (Max)
Ash : 3 % (Max)
Protein : 55 - 60 %
FAT : 7 % (Max)
Fiber : 4 % (Max)
Silica : 0.0 - 1.0 %
Specifications of Guar Gum Meal Korma
Moisture:10 % (Max)
Ash:6 % (Max)
Protein:48 - 60 %
FAT:7 % (Max)
Fiber:14% (Max)
Silica:0.0 - 2.0 %
Specifications of Guar Gum Churi
Moisture:4 - 8 %
Ash:6 % (Max)
Protein:35 - 45 %
FAT:6% (Max)
Fiber:13 - 16 %
Silica:0.0 - 1.0 %

Cassia Splits :

Cassia Tora L., (Cassia obtusifolia L.), Caesalpiniaceae, is a wild crop and grows in most parts of India as a weed. However, the main commercial supply comes from the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

Cassia tora is locally known as Puwad in Northern parts of India.

We are able to supply Cassia Tora Seeds and Cassia Tora Splits. Detailed specifications, packaging details, samples can be supplied against specific requests

Tamarid Kernel Powder:

TAMARIND is the fruit of a large tropical tree grown in forests, orchards and as an avenue tree along the roads. It is mainly planted in the region of South India and some other parts of India. It takes more than 10 years for the tree to start yielding. Tamarind trees bloom once a year, during July-August and the Tamarind fruits are ready to harvest by January-February. Each tree yields thousands of fruits. The size of each fruit is 10 cm to 15 cm long and 15 to 20 mm broad in a curved form. Each fruit contains 6 to 8 seeds. The fruit is protected with an outer shell of brown colour. These are called pods.

Seeds are taken out of Tamarind manually with the help of a sharp knife. Tamarind seed is very strong and is covered with a black-brown hull/husk. The villagers collect and sell these raw seeds to the merchants in their nearest town who store the seeds in their godown and sell in the market. The average crop size of Tamarind kernel seeds is 100,000 tons per year. Major part of this goes to cattle feed industry within India. The seeds are de-husked, broken, cleaned and ground to obtain Tamarind Kernel Powder.

Uses & Applications of Tamarind Kernel Powder :

1. Sizing: TKP is an ideal sizing material and is extensively used for sizing in textile industry.
2. Thickener: One of the biggest use of TKP in the international market is as a textile thickener. Many companies modify TKP in order to have better results in specific end uses.


TKP is extensively used in sizing jute yarns. Gradually it has replaced all other conventional starches in this industry. It is also used for sizing in cotton wraps.

  1. Soil Stabiliser: TKP can be used along with other chemicals for stabilising soil, earth or clay. The stabilised mixture can also be moulded into strong bricks.
  2. Explosives: TKP is used in the Explosives industry.
  3. Plywood Glue: TKP is used in making adhesives for making plywood.
  4. Paper adhesives: TKP mixed with other chemicals can make high quality paper adhesives.

Other Trading Product

  1. Cumin
  2. Sesame
  3. Castor
  4. Fennel
  5. Fenugreek
  6. Sesbania seeds
  7. Mustard

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