Yellow Dextrin

Dextrins are produced by roasting starch powder under more or less acidic conditions causing hydrolysis and rebranching of the starch molecule. These type of dextrins are also called pyrodextrins. White and yellow dextrins are partially or fully water-soluble low viscous powders that are optically active. Starch derivatives as yellow dextrins can be modified by addition of some chemical forms to be a hard glue for paper work, some of those forms are Borax, Soda Ash, which mixed with the starch solution at 50-70 °C to gain a very good adhesive, Sodium Silicate can be added to reinforce this formula.


Yellow Dextrin Yellow Dextrin - Modifed Starch



Product Yellow Dextrin
Solubility Cold Water
Starch Base Tapioca
Water Mix Ratio 1:2
Solid % 22
pH 9
Viscocity 35-45 sec



  • Excellent adhesive properties
  • High strength film property
  • Best tackyness
  • Wide range of water solubility
  • Fast drying property
  • With best bursting strength and compressed bags

* Available in 50 Kgs plastic lined HDPE woven bags.