Anhydrous Dextrose or D-Glucose, Molecular Formula C6H12H6 is a white crystalline powder odourless and sweet to taste. Anhydrous Dextrose is the purest form of dextrose, commonly called Glucose. It is manufactured by refining Dextrose Monohydrate which in itself is a pure form of Dextrose.
It is prepared by dissolving Dextrose Monohydrate and evaporating the solution to a solid content of 84%-85%, it is then crystallized on added for Induced seed crystals at elevated temperatures. The Anhydrous Dextrose particles have unique properties and, if desired, may be used as a sugar or Dextrose Monohydrate replacement. It is used as a food additive and also in injections.
Dextrose Anhydrous works to keep dry food mixes and powered beverage drinks.
- Injectable Solution Manufacturing.
- Saline Solution Manufacturing.
- Oral Re - Hydrating Agent