CHOPRA STAINLESS STEEL

Chopra Stainless Steel was founded by Shri RC Chopra and Shri IC Chopra.

CHOPRA STAINLESS STEEL

Chopra Stainless Steel was founded by Shri RC Chopra and Shri IC Chopra.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to provide the common Indian with affordable and durable kitchenware. This ultimately became the founding principles of the group.

Wide Reach

Our reach extends to the entire India with strong hold in Rajasthan & Mumbai.

Low Cost

Due to the large volume of production, we are able to achieve higher economies of scale helping us provide our products at the lowest cost ensuring high quality.

PRODUCTS

WHAT IS GUAR GUM ?

Guar gum is a product of the guar been, a product widely fed to cattle. Guar means “cow food” in Hindi. Guar gum is a leguminous plant originating from India, which best grows in sandy soils, thus west, northwest of India are ideal for its farming.

It is an emulsifier, additive, thickener and stabilizer approved for use in wide range of foods, cosmetic and pharmaceuticals. India has been the single largest producer and exporter of guar gum accounting for more than 80% of the global output and trade while Jodhpur city in the north western state of Rajasthan in India is the most important processing centre of guar gum and contributes approximately 40% of the world’s guar gum supply.

Industrial grade guar gum is used in Drilling, Paper, Textile processing, Explosives, Ceramics, Paints and many other industries. Guar gum is a natural product and because it has the ability to swell by hydrolyzing with water, it can be used in a variety of water systems for food and industrial application.

Guar Split
Guar Gum Powder
Guar Meal Churi
Guar Meal Korma

Know More Guar Gum ?

When you lick an ice cream cone, eat a grilled cheese sandwich or brush your teeth, chances are you’re consuming a ubiquitous ingredient called guar gum. It’s a thickening agent whose profile has recently received a boost, thanks to the energy industry, which is using it to unlock previously unstoppable oil and gas deposits.

In a process known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking, thickened water (hence the use of guar) is pumped into energy-rich rock formations to create cracks, which allows oil and gas to escape. Fracking technology dates back to the 1940’s but it has only recently become a big part of oil and gas extraction because of the shale gas boom.

So how big it is? One estimate suggests that a typical oil well consumes roughly 4,000 kilograms of guar, putting pressure on the world’s guar resources, about 80% of which are in India. That pressure sent the prices soaring – it crossed $28,000 (U.S.) a metric ton in 2012, up twelvefold in a single year.

Historically, guar has been the lowest cost gelling agent that the industry could buy, as a natural product, it is environmentally friendly, and even if guar costs 10 per cent to 15 per cent more than chemical substitutes, drillers still prefer Guar. It is by far the best product for Fracking as it is 100 percent all natural. It is the same part of the plant used in food products, which are used in to make fracking gel, thus taking care of environment.

Know More Guar Gum ?

When you lick an ice cream cone, eat a grilled cheese sandwich or brush your teeth, chances are you’re consuming a ubiquitous ingredient called guar gum. It’s a thickening agent whose profile has recently received a boost, thanks to the energy industry, which is using it to unlock previously unstoppable oil and gas deposits.

In a process known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking, thickened water (hence the use of guar) is pumped into energy-rich rock formations to create cracks, which allows oil and gas to escape. Fracking technology dates back to the 1940’s but it has only recently become a big part of oil and gas extraction because of the shale gas boom.

So how big it is? One estimate suggests that a typical oil well consumes roughly 4,000 kilograms of guar, putting pressure on the world’s guar resources, about 80% of which are in India. That pressure sent the prices soaring – it crossed $28,000 (U.S.) a metric ton in 2012, up twelvefold in a single year.

Historically, guar has been the lowest cost gelling agent that the industry could buy, as a natural product, it is environmentally friendly, and even if guar costs 10 per cent to 15 per cent more than chemical substitutes, drillers still prefer Guar. It is by far the best product for Fracking as it is 100 percent all natural. It is the same part of the plant used in food products, which are used in to make fracking gel, thus taking care of environment.

Guar Split
Guar Gum Powder
Guar Meal Churi
Guar Meal Korma

WHAT IS GUAR GUM ?

Guar gum is a product of the guar been, a product widely fed to cattle. Guar means “cow food” in Hindi. Guar gum is a leguminous plant originating from India, which best grows in sandy soils, thus west, northwest of India are ideal for its farming.

It is an emulsifier, additive, thickener and stabilizer approved for use in wide range of foods, cosmetic and pharmaceuticals. India has been the single largest producer and exporter of guar gum accounting for more than 80% of the global output and trade while Jodhpur city in the north western state of Rajasthan in India is the most important processing centre of guar gum and contributes approximately 40% of the world’s guar gum supply.

Industrial grade guar gum is used in Drilling, Paper, Textile processing, Explosives, Ceramics, Paints and many other industries. Guar gum is a natural product and because it has the ability to swell by hydrolyzing with water, it can be used in a variety of water systems for food and industrial application.

Guar Split
Guar Gum Powder
Guar Meal Churi
Guar Meal Korma

WHAT IS GUAR GUM ?

Guar gum is a product of the guar been, a product widely fed to cattle. Guar means “cow food” in Hindi. Guar gum is a leguminous plant originating from India, which best grows in sandy soils, thus west, northwest of India are ideal for its farming.

It is an emulsifier, additive, thickener and stabilizer approved for use in wide range of foods, cosmetic and pharmaceuticals. India has been the single largest producer and exporter of guar gum accounting for more than 80% of the global output and trade while Jodhpur city in the north western state of Rajasthan in India is the most important processing centre of guar gum and contributes approximately 40% of the world’s guar gum supply.

Industrial grade guar gum is used in Drilling, Paper, Textile processing, Explosives, Ceramics, Paints and many other industries. Guar gum is a natural product and because it has the ability to swell by hydrolyzing with water, it can be used in a variety of water systems for food and industrial application.

Know More Guar Gum ?

When you lick an ice cream cone, eat a grilled cheese sandwich or brush your teeth, chances are you’re consuming a ubiquitous ingredient called guar gum. It’s a thickening agent whose profile has recently received a boost, thanks to the energy industry, which is using it to unlock previously unstoppable oil and gas deposits.

In a process known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking, thickened water (hence the use of guar) is pumped into energy-rich rock formations to create cracks, which allows oil and gas to escape. Fracking technology dates back to the 1940’s but it has only recently become a big part of oil and gas extraction because of the shale gas boom.

So how big it is? One estimate suggests that a typical oil well consumes roughly 4,000 kilograms of guar, putting pressure on the world’s guar resources, about 80% of which are in India. That pressure sent the prices soaring – it crossed $28,000 (U.S.) a metric ton in 2012, up twelvefold in a single year.

Historically, guar has been the lowest cost gelling agent that the industry could buy, as a natural product, it is environmentally friendly, and even if guar costs 10 per cent to 15 per cent more than chemical substitutes, drillers still prefer Guar. It is by far the best product for Fracking as it is 100 percent all natural. It is the same part of the plant used in food products, which are used in to make fracking gel, thus taking care of environment.

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Know More Guar Gum ?

When you lick an ice cream cone, eat a grilled cheese sandwich or brush your teeth, chances are you’re consuming a ubiquitous ingredient called guar gum. It’s a thickening agent whose profile has recently received a boost, thanks to the energy industry, which is using it to unlock previously unstoppable oil and gas deposits.

In a process known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking, thickened water (hence the use of guar) is pumped into energy-rich rock formations to create cracks, which allows oil and gas to escape. Fracking technology dates back to the 1940’s but it has only recently become a big part of oil and gas extraction because of the shale gas boom.

So how big it is? One estimate suggests that a typical oil well consumes roughly 4,000 kilograms of guar, putting pressure on the world’s guar resources, about 80% of which are in India. That pressure sent the prices soaring – it crossed $28,000 (U.S.) a metric ton in 2012, up twelvefold in a single year.

Historically, guar has been the lowest cost gelling agent that the industry could buy, as a natural product, it is environmentally friendly, and even if guar costs 10 per cent to 15 per cent more than chemical substitutes, drillers still prefer Guar. It is by far the best product for Fracking as it is 100 percent all natural. It is the same part of the plant used in food products, which are used in to make fracking gel, thus taking care of environment.

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