Superabsorbent Polymer

Absorbent polymers are granulates used in disposable baby diapers, feminine hygiene and incontinence products. They absorb liquid and trap them by forming a gel. Superabsorbent polymers (SAP) absorb and retain at least 50 times their own weight in water. Superabsorbent do not just absorb water but they additionally retain the liquid even under pressure.

Uses of Superabsorbent Polymers

Baby Diaper Manufacturing

MAX 1000

It provides a high retention capacity combined with a new technology that delivers two times faster absorption speed.  This unique technology is designed for improved performance in fluff reduced thin and ultrathin absorbent core constructions. Due to its advanced particle size distribution the polymer exhibits improved processing properties and delivers superior haptics for hygiene articles.

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MAX 2000

It is a polymer providing an excellent retention capacity with very high free swell capacity in combination with high absorption under pressure. This new technology also delivers two times faster absorption speed. Due to its advanced particle size distribution the polymer exhibits improved processing properties and delivers superior haptics for hygiene articles.

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SXM 9155

This polymer provides a high retention capacity combined with an excellent absorption against pressure and a distinct permeability. It is designed for the use in modern hygiene articles like baby diapers and adult incontinence articles. Due to its well-balanced performance profile, this superabsorber serves a broad range of hygiene articles containing low to moderately high superabsorber concentrations.

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