During last decade Guar has emerged as an important industrial raw material which has been in cultivation since thousand of years. India has been the single largest producer and exporter of Guar gum accounting for more than 80 percent of the global output and trade.

What is Guar?


The Guar or cluster bean, with the botanical name Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, is an annual legume and the source of guar gum.

Guar is a native to the Indian subcontinent and one of the most significant crops for farmers in arid areas in India. The crop is mainly grown in the dry habitats of Rajasthan, Haryana, Gujarat and Punjab.

In India, Guar crop is cultivated mainly during Kharif season, Guar crop has experienced a remarkable journey from a traditional crop grown on marginal lands mainly for food, animal feed and fodder to a crop with various industrial usages.

Guar gum is a natural hydrocolloid extracted from guar seeds. It has the ability to form a thick solution at low concentration and is soluble in cold water. Due to its varied properties, guar gum is used in various industries, such as oil   gas, food, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics. It performs various functions, such as thickening, emulsifying, stabilizing, and gelling.

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Applications


Guar Gum is a multipurpose and effective bio-polymer which is being used in various industrial and food applications like frozen foods, dairy products, cosmetics, mining, pharmaceuticals, paper industry, textile printing and sizing.

Manufacturing Facility


Production Capacity: 60 metric tons / day

Site in Basouli, near Lalru, Haryana-Punjab border spread over 180 acres of land and 200 Kms north of New Delhi. The manufacturing site is built so that the capacity can be expanded manifolds with in short span of time.

GMP Certified, Green technology for power and hot air generation from bio-fuel, 6 Mw captive power generations, Zero carbon footprint, Effluent treatment plant for waste water.