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geographical presence

Geographical Presence Tongaat Hulett has more than 40,000 employees working in about 25 locations in 6 countries, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

Tongaat Hulett Starch does not offer jobs in exchange for money

Tongaat Hulett Starch follows sound and fair recruitment processes, and as such, an offer of employment would never be subject to a candidate making any form of payment.

Please be aware that if you are approached and offered a position in exchange for money, this is fraudulent. Further we only post jobs that are available via "Careers @ THS" on our website. If you see a position posted on any website other than our portal, this is fraudulent.

We encourage you to report it anonymously on our 365/24/7 FreeCall Tip-offs Anonymous service – 0800 21 21 87 or
tongaat@tip-offs.com

Modified Maize Starch

Styclor® Acid Modified Starch (Styclor® 80)

A highly acid-modified edible maize starch. When heated in water it thickens to a peak viscosity, which thins with further cooking. On cooling, the solution thickens rapidly and sets to a firm gel.

Styclor® Acid Modified Starch (Styclor® 60)

A medium acid-modified edible maize starch. When heated in water it thickens to a peak viscosity, which thins with further cooking. On cooling, the solution thickens rapidly and sets to a firm gel.

Stydex® Speciality Dextrin (Thin boiling white Dextrin 074055)

Produced when unmodified maize starch is dextrinised by catalytic treatment. It is classed as a thin-boiling white dextrin.

Stydex® Speciality Dextrin (Thin boiling white Dextrin 074030)

Produced when unmodified maize starch is dextrinised by catalytic treatment. It is classed as a thin-boiling white dextrin.

Stydex® Speciality Dextrin (Free-flowing Creamy Dextrin)

A low moisture dextrin derived from the catalytic treatment of maize starch. It is classed as a thin boiling yellow dextrin.

Stydex® Speciality Dextrin (Thin boiling yellow Dextrin 086008)

A low moisture dextrin derived from the catalytic treatment of maize starch. It is classed as a thin boiling yellow dextrin.

Stydex® Speciality Dextrin (Thick boiling white Dextrin 072012)

Made from catalytic dextrinisation of maize starch. It is classed as a thick-boiling white dextrin.

Stygel® FS Pregelatinised Starch (Stygel® FS)

A pregelatinised starch made from unmodified edible maize starch. Stygel®FS is cold water swelling and commonly used as a thickening agent.

Stygel® T Pregelatinised Starch (Stygel® T)

A pregelatinised starch made from unmodified maize starch. Stygel®T is cold water swelling and commonly used as a binder.

Stypres® Speciality Starch (Stypres® 150)

Produced by the dry modification of yellow maize starch in the presence of hydrogen chloride gas and neutralised using ammonia gas.

Stypres® Speciality Starch (Stypres® 200)

Produced by the dry modification of yellow maize starch in the presence of hydrogen chloride gas and neutralised using ammonia gas.

Stydex® Speciality Starches (Creamy Dextrin)

A low moisture dextrin derived from the catalytic treatment of maize starch. It is classed as a thin boiling yellow dextrin.

Stytex Speciality Starch (Stytex 50)

A medium acid-converted waxy maize starch cooks easily to form clear, stable solutions that good adhesion powers.



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