Cellulose ethers are derivatives of the natural product cellulose.
Depending on the desired viscosity of the final product cellulose from cotton linters or from wood pulp is used. We are only using wood pulp from manufacturers who are certified according to sustainable management of the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council).
Methyl cellulose (MC) can be seen as a generic term for mixed etherification cellulose ethers. Common to these cellulose ethers is the methoxylation. Additionally, the conversation can be achieved either with ethylene oxide or propylene oxide.
The following final products are the result: