Polyvinyl Acetate (PVAc), a synthetic resin prepared by the polymerization of vinyl acetate has good potential as an edible coating. It coatings had high gloss, even after immersion of coated surfaces in water. The primary advantages of using PVAc as an edible coating are its unique combination of properties and its low cost has been already used in pharmaceutical coatings and as an ingredient in chewing gum.
PVAc mainly used in pharmaceutical coatings and as an ingredient in chewing gum.
Substance Name: Polyvinyl Acetate, PVAc
Molecular Formula: (C4H6O2)n
Appearance: Colorless or slightly yellow, transparence, no smell, granule or powder with tenacious.
Pb: 1.0 mg/Kg Max
Arsenic: 3.0mg/Kg Max
Free Acid: 0.05% Max (as CH3COOH)
Volatile: 1.0% Max
Heavy Metal: 10.0mg/Kg Max
Viscosity: 1.0-4.0,Pa.S at 20C
Melting Point: Typically around 35C
Specific Gravity: 1.18 (D20/20)
Packing: 5kg net in plastic bag, 20kg/4bags in paper carton. 16Mton/800 cartons per 20ft container without pallet.
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