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Premieres from Biomicrogels at the exhibition of household chemistry ChemiCos-2019

At the international exhibition ChemiCos-2019 the company Biomicrogels will present the brand WONDERLAB and its premieres to buyers:

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About the company 

48 18 01   химия БиоМикроГели html 12e2b99be7f17d8bCREATED BY SCIENTISTS AND YOU – a brand created with respect to the modern world, people, their needs and problems.

 Pectin is an edible polysaccharide mainly formed by residues of galacturonic acid. Pectin is used in the food-processing industry as an organic thickener. For example, it is used in production of marmalade and ice cream.

 

The team consists of scientists and engineers.48 18 01   химия БиоМикроГели html 5eb1e91501e3ac61

Our project started in 2012, when we worked on the environmental problem of industrial water treatment, and used the pharmaceutical best practices: we found special reagents that can encase foreign substances in the superfine sheath, and dissolve after use without residue and harm.

They are called microgels, their molecules are invisible to the eye, but they function very efficiently. We managed to synthesize a new form of polysaccharide, which we called biomicrogels® – naturally occurring gel particles, the size of which ranges from 100 to 1,000 nanometers.

Pectin is used as a raw material for production of biomicrogels®; it is produced from pomace, wood bark, sunflower calathids, and cellulose.

Biomicrogels® in compositions allow reducing several times the amount of surfactants (surface active substances), and fully eliminating synthetic surfactants, as well as toxic alcohols, phosphates, chlorine: it allows for making products completely safe for people, animals and the environment.

100 patents worldwide!

 

ABOUT THE FORUM

RESOURCES FOR GROWTH. CHEMISTRY FOR LIFE: STATE AND BUSINESS

March 24-26, 2020

Venue: Crocus Expo IEC, pavilion 2, conference hall “Red”

20 Ovchinnikovskaya Embankment, building 1, Moscow, Russia, Tel.: +7 (495) 363-50-32/33

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