Also called povidone, polyvinylpyrrolidone or PVP. This product is of high pharmaceutical purity and is commonly considered a premium chemical. It is a free-flowing, highly soluble yellowish-white powder.
When is PVP selected by formulators or food production facilities?
PVP is preferred for food or pharmaceutical formulations as a pore former, stabilizer, thickener, solubilizing agent, crystallization inhibitor and countless more.
What brand is our PVP or Povidone?
The brand is KOLLIDON 30 from BASF.
What country is our PVP or Polyvinylpyrrolidone manufactured in?
Our PVP is manufactured in North America.
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Customers must be at least 21 years old to order this product, and must possess the knowledge regarding toxicity, health hazards, and all regulations required to buy, import, store, use and dispose of this material.
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