Glycerine

Description:

This product is derived from sweet water, which is separated from Crude Fatty Acids during splitting process of Vegetable Oils. Various grades of refined glycerine are produced after distillation of crude glycerine.

Applications

Glycerine finds use in varied applications including drugs & pharmaceuticals, personal care products, alkyd resins for paints, ink preparation, paper manufacturing, antifreeze compounds, nitro-glycerine. It is also used in food additives and tobacco preparation.

Specifications:
RODUCT RANGE GLYCEROL (%) REFRACTIVE INDEX AT 20 DEG C SPECIFIC GRAVITY HEAVY METALS (PPM) IRON (PPM AS Fe) SULFATE (PPM AS SO4) CHLORIDE (PPM AS Cl) WATER (%, W/W)
Glycerine-USP Min. 99.50 Min. 1.249 at 25 °C Max. 5 Max. 20 Max. 10 Max. 0.5
Glycerine-BP Min. 99.50 1.470-1.475 At 20 °C Min. 1.255 at 30 °C Max. 5 Max. 0.5 Max. 10 Max. 10 Max. 2
Glycerine-IP Min. 98.0 1.470 – 1.475 at 20 °C Min. 1.255 at 30 °C Max. 5 Max. 0.5 Max. 10 Max. 10 Max. 2
Glycerine-CP Min. 98.0 Min. 1.255 at 30 °C Max. 5 Max. 0.5 Max. 10 Max. 10 Max. 2
Glycerine-IW Min. 98.0 Min. 1.255 at 30 °C Max. 60

Note: Specifications are subject to changes

Packing : 250 kgs Net Content in New HDPE Barrel / Tanker Load

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