Guar Korma

Guar meal korma is primarily used as an important raw material in the production of animal feeds, especially for cattle, fish, poultry, swine etc. The processed form of this product is suitable to feed animals and it suits better than the one in unprocessed condition. It helps to fatten cattle in short time period. Before processing it carries a different odor not much pleasant. But in purified condition, it becomes without any foul smell and stays completely consumable. In earlier days soya meal had been in usage in the food preparation of animals, while considering the cost factor, guar meal korma remains one of the cost effective and fruitful alternatives for farmers in India and many of them have shifted their preference to this merchandize.

Guar Gum Split

It is basically the endosperm part of the guar seed which is commercially extracted from the seeds by a mechanical process of cracking, roasting, differential attrition, sieving and polishing. The seeds are crack opened and the germ is separated from the endosperm. It is refined endosperm derived from guar seed or cluster bean (cyamoperm tetragonoloba) non ionic polysaccharide galacomannan. It is mechanically separated from guar seed which yields 28-30% of Refined Split.

Guar beans are harvested and dried following the growing season. The beans are shelled from the pods, the germ and husk removed. The resulting splits are wet-milled into powder; the powder is graded by granulation and quality.

Guar Gum Split with its versatile inherent properties is used all over the globe with different utilities in many industries like Petroleum (Oil drilling), textile, printing, food pharma, cosmetic, toiletries paper, tanneries, mining, explosives, pet food etc. These industries use Guar Gum in powder form either directly plain Guar Gum Powder or in derived form.

Guar Gum is a white to yellowish white powder. It is nearly odourless. Fine finished Guar Gum Powder is available in different viscosities and different granulometrics depending on the desired viscosity development and application.

Guar Churi

It is one of the byproducts extracted from guar seeds. After processing it remains free from salmonella, E-coli and other infections. It contains minimum of 454% oil and albuminoid and can be used as a good binding agent for palletizing other animal feed raw materials. For poultry use it can be applied in the range 4-7%, swine feed it can be used between 5 7% and for feeding ruminants it stays if used between 5-12%. safe if However, it naturally contains 38-42% protein.

Churi is available either as husk or powder texture. It is considered to be one of the most nutritious ingredients for animals that are also rich in protein. It is produced without the influence of any chemicals thus it remains completely safe to use merchandize in animal feed industry.

Guar Gum Powder

It is a multi-purpose fiber derived from the guar seed and is used for many industrial applications. From Food Industry, bakery, beverages, ice cream, Pharmaceuticals, Textile, Paper manufacture, Construction, Paints, Oil fracking, Gas facturing etc. It is obtained after the endosperm of the guar gum/split is milled and further refined. It is also soluble in hot and cold water but insoluble in other organic solvents. Guar Gum is a natural high molecular weight hydrocolloidal polysaccharide composed of galactan and mannan units combined through glycosidic linkages, which may be described chemically as galactomannan.

Dissolved in cold or hot water, guar gum forms a slime of high viscosity. Guar's viscosity is a function of temperature, time, and concentration.