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Animal Bone Glue Making Widely Used Cosmetics Natural Raw Material

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  • Animal Bone Glue Making Widely Used Cosmetics Natural Raw Material

Product Details :

  • Place of Origin :China
  • Brand Name :Sky River
  • Certification :ISO
  • Model Number :SK-BG
  • Packaging Details:25kg Bag
  • Delivery Time:2-3 weeks after received customer confirmation
  • Payment Terms:L/C,T/T,D/P
  • Supply Ability:1,000,000kg per month

Detailed Product Description
Animal Bone Glue Making Widely Used Cosmetics Natural Raw Material

Bone Glue is amber, semi transparent pearl eye grain with good performances in freezing and low viscosity. 
It is widely used in emery cloth, sand paper and textile sizing, electroplated finishes and wooden furniture. 

Item Unit First grade
Jelly Strength (10℃) Bloom g≥ 180
Viscosity (15%, 40℃)°E≥ 3.4
(12.5% 60℃) mpa· s ≥ 4.5
Moisture (105℃)%≤ 16
Ash (650℃)%≤ 3.0
pH (1%, 35℃) 5.5-7.0
Bone glue is widely used in cosmetics, matches adjustable medicine, electroplated finishes, wooden furniture, glazed paper, and adhesive for woodworking, packing, printing, coating, bookbinding, sand paper, emery cloth, textile and leather.

Paper Manufacture
Gelatin is used for surface sizing and for coating papers. High quality rag-based papers, such as those used for blueprints and currency, also feature a gelatin size coating. The result is a paper which has good moisture and abrasion resistance as well as good adhesion to printing inks. During manufacture the gelatin coatings are rendered insoluble by treatment with cross-linking agents.
The permanent crinkle in crepe paper is the result of gelatin sizing.
Printing Processes
For over a century, gelatin compositions have been used in printers' rollers and plate wiping rollers for multicolor presses and offset lithography. Several photo-printing methods depend on the effect of light on a gelatin film which has been sensitized by treatment with potassium or ammonium dichromate. Examples of printing applications include carbon printing, collotype printing, silk screen printing, and photogravure printing.
Protective Colloidal Applications
Much like edible gelatin is used for clarification of wine, beer and juices, technical gelatins are employed in the removal of extremely fine particles that cannot be settled out or filtered out of chemical solutions. Here gelatin is absorbed onto the surface of the particles effecting a coagulate that may be removed by settling or filtration. Approximately one pound of gelatin per ton of ore is used as a filtration aid during the extraction of uranium ore.
Over the past few decades gelatin-based adhesives have slowly been replaced by a variety of synthetics. Recently, however, the natural biodegradability of gelatin adhesives is being realized. Today, gelatin is the adhesive of choice in telephone book binding and corrugated cardboard sealing. The tackifying power of gelatin is used to advantage in the manufacture of packaging ribbons, decals, gummed tapes, glass laminates and composition cork gaskets. Hard cover book bindings typically utilize gelatin-based adhesives.
Add 2 to 4 times more cold water than the glue, after it got expanded, heat it up and make it the proper concentration. Control the soil temperature below 70℃.

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