Effervescent Raw Materials System

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Effervescent Raw Materials System

Effervescent systems typically utilize primary ingredients such as Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, and their combinations. The interaction between Sodium Bicarbonate and acids like tartaric acid or citric acid generates effervescence when exposed to moisture. However, premature reactions are common due to the hygroscopic nature of these components. This results in an undesirable increase in water content within the formulation, and gas buildup can lead to packaging failure, exposing the product to uncontrolled environmental conditions.

To address this challenge, we have implemented micro-encapsulation technology, wherein each particle is individually shielded, providing superior moisture protection to the system. Consequently, we offer a range of products designed to mitigate these issues.

Sr No.ProductProduct InformationProduct Code
1Effer(S)Surface modified Sodium BicarbonateA5e15400
2Effer(C)Surface modified Citric AcidA5e15426
3Effer(T)Surface modified Tartaric AcidA5e15500

The hygroscopic nature of sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, and tartaric acid leads to premature effervescence, resulting in manufacturing process disruptions. Additionally, the manufacturing environment must be entirely moisture-free to maintain the formulation’s stability. Our EFFER ingredients products are not only shielded from moisture but also exhibit excellent flow characteristics.

The inherent hygroscopic quality of the sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, and tartaric acid blend results in its instability, placing significant restrictions on its potential uses. Traditionally, this mixture is packaged in air-filled sachets to shield it from moisture. However, opting for Our EFFER ingredients opens up new possibilities. These ingredients can be incorporated into various formulations, including tablets, strips, sachets, and a wide array of applications, offering enhanced versatility.