Produced through hydrolysis of starch or glycogen, Dextrins are carbohydrates with low-molecular-weight. They are white, yellow or brown powders that are fully / partially water-soluble. The yellow dextrin features low viscosity, and it is hygroscopic in nature. It is applicable in foundry as a binder of cores. Also, the dextrin is used as a printing thickener and binders in paint. Yellow Dextrin is created by heat treatment in the existence of chemicals; this appropriately modify the properties and characteristics of starch. It is fine powder, white to brown in color.