Why you SHOULD visit us at the European Coating Show!

We’re attending one of the world’s leading coating shows in 2019; the European Coating Show held in Nuremberg, Germany.  The show is very well attended with over 100 exhibitors in 8 halls over the 2-day period (19-21 March). We have businesses visit us from all over the world and we find that it’s a great opportunity for international customers to meet with us who wouldn’t otherwise be able to visit us in sunny Scotland. On your visit to our stand (Hall 1- Stand 216),...

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When is an MFC a unique MFC?

At CelluComp, we market Curran® as an MFC.  In reality, there is more to it. Intrigued? You are among many, so read on and we'll reveal all: What is Microfibrillated Cellulose (MFC)? Firstly, we need to understand what MFC actually is. MFC is commonly derived from wood, which is rich in cellulose.  The cellulose is made up of packages of individual fibres generally known as microfibrils.  Using an energy-intensive fibrillation process, these microfibrils can be liberated into...

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Curran® - A Microfibrillated Cellulose (MFC) Wonder Product?

Curran® is a microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) versatile product which has the ability to improve effectiveness of most products ranging from concrete to paints & coatings, paper & packaging, food, composites and lots more! Curran® is made from waste streams of root vegetables, namely carrots and sugarbeet.  Its nanocellulose fibers are strong and light, interacting seamlessly with formulations to provide better performance in improved consistency and flow. Curran® is a ‘microfibrillated...

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Welcome to our Blog!

Our blog will provide you with regular updates on our product Curran®, our company and content related to Microfibrillated Cellulose (MFC).   We will publish articles on what Curran® can do, its vast capabilities, and how it can be best incorporated into your product to benefit consumers everywhere.  Besides being sustainable and environmentally friendly, Curran® helps improve product performance due to its unique characteristics. We hope that you find them informative. ...

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