Deuteron® VT 910 stands out as a natural biopolymer sourced from polysaccharides. Specifically designed with a unique glyoxal surface treatment, it showcases a remarkable feature delayed hydration properties. This particular characteristic results in a controlled swelling, providing unparalleled ease during its incorporation across diverse applications.

CAS Number: 11138-66-2

Functions: Rheology Modifier, Thickener

Chemical Family: Polysaccharides

Physical Form: Powder

Synonyms: Dehydroxanthan gum, Xanthan, Xanthan biopolymer, Xanthomonas gum

Technical Data Sheet

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Identification & Functionality

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Features & Benefits

Product Highlights
  • Deuteron® VT 910 is a natural biopolymer based on polysaccharides. Due to the glyoxal surface treatment the hydration properties of Deuteron® VT 910 are delayed. This leads to an easy to use and easy to disperse product. Solutions based on Deuteron® VT 910 tolerate a wide temperature and pH range. At pH levels <2 and >12 depolymerisation and thus a decrease in viscosity can occur.
  • Deuteron® VT 910 is stable in anionic and non-ionic systems. In cationic systems it may come to incompatibilities.
  • Deuteron® VT 910 creates a strong structure viscosity. The viscosity decreases when the shear force is increased. It quickly returns to the base viscosity when the shear force is removed. This prevents settling of pigments and fillers and separation of the liquid phase during storage.
  • It also makes application easier by stabilising the sagging behaviour. The product is compatible with most commonly-used binders and thickeners used in the coating industry.

Applications & Uses

Adhesive & Sealant Type
Coating Type
Ink & Toner Type
Application and Dosage Information
  • Deuteron® VT 910 is a natural biopolymer based on polysaccharides. Due to the glyoxal surface treatment the hydration properties of Deuteron® VT 910 are delayed. This leads to an easy to use and easy to disperse product. Solutions based on Deuteron® VT 910 tolerate a wide temperature and pH range. At pH levels <2 and >12 depolymerisation and thus a decrease in viscosity can occur.
  • Deuteron® VT 910 is stable in anionic and non-ionic systems. In cationic systems it may come to incompatibilities.
  • Deuteron® VT 910 creates a strong structure viscosity. The viscosity decreases when the shear force is increased. It quickly returns to the base viscosity when the shear force is removed. This prevents settling of pigments and fillers and separation of the liquid phase during storage.
  • It also makes application easier by stabilizing the sagging behavior. The product is compatible with most commonly-used binders and thickeners used in the coating industry.

Properties

Physical Form
Appearance
Yellowish powder
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Bulk Densityapprox. 750g/L-
Viscosity (in 1% Water)approx. 2500mPa.s-

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Regional Availability
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA
Packaging Information
  • Paper bags (25 kg net)

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
24 months
Storage and Shelf Life Conditions
  • 24 months at room temperature and dry conditions.
  • Storage temperature should not exceed 35 °C. The relative humidity should not exceed 70 %.