Gaur Gum - Dry Powder

Botanical Name - Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba

India is native of cluster bean or Guar where it is consumed as a vegetable. Guar gum is a byproduct derived from the guar bean; It comes from the endosperm of the seed of the legume plant Cyamopsis tetrawgonoloba; Various parts of the plant are used as food crop for animals, It's grown in Pakistan and India, with smaller crops grown in the U.S., Australia, China, and Africa.

It is a drought-resistant plant that can be utilised as a green bean, used in green manure & fed to cattle and for centuries of years, Guar has is consumed as a vegetable in India. It is a rain-fed crop, sown in July-August & collected in October-November. Its is a leguminous vegetable, it fixes the soil fertile and boosts the nitrogen.

Guar Gum either unmodified or modified and is a very versatile and efficient bio-polymer covering a wide range of industrial applications such where it is binding, thickening film-forming and lubricating factors are of great interest.

Specifications ( May Vary from Batch to Batch )


Viscosity. By Brooke field Viscometer



Proteins (N x 6.25 )





Carbohydrates( by difference )

100 - 300 Mesh ( Aprox )

3000 Cps Min. to 9000 Cps Max.

12 % Max.

98 – 99 % Min.

5.0 % Max.

0.3 % Max.

3.0 % Max.

10% Max.

5.5 – 7.0

80 % Min.




Heavy Metals

Total Plate Count /gm

Yeast /gm


Coliform /gm

E-Coli /gm

Salmonella /gm

Staphylococcus /gm

100 - 300 Mesh( Aprox )

3 ppm Max.

3 ppm Max.

20 ppm Max.

5000 Max

500 Max

500 Max

3 gm




Natural Gaur gum is avilable with us in 4 types of forms - Guar Splits, Gaur Powder, Gaur Meal Powder and Gaur Meal Granules. Guar Gum Powder is available with Low to high Viscosity as per buyer’s requirement. COA will be available with purchases over 5Kgs.

The growing season is 15 -16 weeks and requires reasonably warm weather and moderate flashing rainfall with plenty of sunshine. The seeds are sown following the monsoon rain in the latter half of July to early August and are harvested in late October early November. Nearly 90 per cent of guar gum processed in India and is exported all over the world, and there are different standards of Guar gums pure or derivative.

  • Water Treatment
  • Human food,
  • Textile printing,
  • Oil drilling,
  • Pet Food,
  • Paper
  • Explosive

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