INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch

INTERBOND™ Wet End Starches are dent corn based starches that work well in a variety of pH ranges and retention systems.

Introduction to INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch
Also known as
Wet end starch

INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch is a dent-based cationic starch that performs extremely well in terms of strength, retention, and drainage in a variety of paper stock systems (acid to alkaline). It is widely used as a wet end additive to increase strength and retention.

INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch is available in:
1 Region
  • North America

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INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch application areas

INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch can improve drainage and quality across a variety of paper applications.

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INTERBOND™ Wet End Starch can be used in applications ranging from lightweight coated raw stock, to heavyweight bleached paperboard, to tissues and towels.

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