Tapioca In Industries
Tapioca flour (starch) is employed as a feedstock by industries making products such as glucose, soup, candy, pudding, sausages, bread, ice creams, noodles, vermicelli and other fancy foods.
Tapioca In Plywood Industry
Tapioca flour is used for making glue, which is an important raw material for the plywood industry. It becomes sticky, then it is mixed with hot water and certain chemicals. The industrial glues are Dextrin and Oxidized Starch.
Tapioca In Paper Industry
In paper industry, surface treatment is required in the production of quality papers. A solution made from tapioca flour and other substances like sizing agent and pigment particles are used for the surface treatment process.
Tapioca In Textile Industry
Tapioca flour is used by the textile industry, in treating yarn prior to weaving and in fabric processing. This makes fabric smoother and increases its tensile strength.