CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch

CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch is a versatile starch for use in paper manufacturing in both size press and coating formulations.

Introduction to Surface Treatment Starches
Also known as
Surface treatment starch

CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch is a waxy starch used in paper manufacturing in both size press and coating formulations that provides excellent film forming, water holding, machine cleanliness and runnability.

CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch is available in:
1 Country
Some of these include:
  • United States

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CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch application areas

CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch improves the water holding and runnability in applications.

CLEAR-COTE™ Surface Treatment Starch is ideal for use in paper products.

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