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Ramcharan inks pact with CIRCOT

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Chennai | Friday, Apr 1 2016 IST
The Chennai-based Ramcharan, one of key players in Chemical Distribution and Logistics in India, today signed an MOU with CIRCOT (Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology) to evaluate Applications of Nanocellulose in Rubber and allied polymers, for enhancement of functional, physical and mechanical properties. Ram Charan has a Technical and Development centre in Chennai, which could aid CIRCOT in testing and development. Doing research in cotton, CIRCOT has the distinction of developing a state of art India's first Nanocellulose Pilot plant, having production capacity of 10 Kgs per 8 hours. As part of the MoU, the Ramcharan Techcentre which has a testing facility for rubber, R and D, product development and a strong technical expertise will evaluate the applications in Rubber and allied polymers for enhancement of functional, physical and mechanical Properties. ''The properties of Nanocellulose makes it an interesting material for many applications and has the potential for a multi-billion dollar industry'', a company release said. It could be used in applications like cement, paper, plastics, paints, pigments and inks.UNI GV ADB 1405

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