STA-LOK® Cationic Corn Starch

STA-LOK® Cationic Corn Starch starches are used across the paper making industry to improve strength, internal sizing and drainage.

Introduction to Cationic Corn Starch
Also known as
Cationic corn starch, papermaking starches

STA-LOK® Cationic Corn Starch is a waxy and dent-based cationic and amphoteric starch family that performs extremely well in terms of strength, retention and drainage in a variety of paper stock systems (acid to alkaline).

STA-LOK® Cationic Corn Starch is available in:
1 Country
Some of these include:
  • United States
1 Region
  • North America

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STA-LOK® Cationic Corn Starch application areas

The STA-LOK® Cationic Corn Starch family can reduce your system’s sensitivity to changes in pH and zeta potential (charge balance).

STA-LOK® Cationic starches can be used in a variety of paper applications, including lightweight-coating raw stock, heavyweight bleached paperboard and in tissues and towels.

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