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How to compare rheology additives: The example of nanocellulose/cellulose fibrils and HASE

By Mats Hjørnevik 23. October 2018

For decades, producers of fluid materials have used HASE as the fundamental technology to control flow. How can new technologies complement this work horse of rheology modification? This week I am trying to uncover the key aspects of the HASE technology and give you ideas on the HASE technology in relation to the world I am familiar with: nanocellulose and cellulose fibrils. 

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Temaer: MFC, Cellulose Fibrils, New materials, compatibility

How to avoid unstable formulations

By Rebecca Blell 21. August 2018

Many reasons can lead to unstable formulations when you first start testing a new formulation or a new ingredient. Some are due to non-optimized use of ingredients such as stabilizers and others are due to formulation processing or incompatibilities. Sounds familiar? We might have good news for you.

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Temaer: Cellulose Fibrils, compatibility, Stability

[VIDEO] Topic Tuesday: Cellulose fibrils compatibility with solvents

By Mats Hjørnevik 28. November 2017

Once again, welcome to Topic Tuesday, brought to you by the Exilva Blog. Topic Tuesday is dedicated to one specific topic, providing you with information on cellulose fibrils straight from the top of our head. Today we will introduce you to cellulose fibrils' compatibility and performance with various solvents

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Temaer: Video, Topic Tuesday, compatibility, waterborne, solvents