Tradeasia International Pte. Ltd. always had a strong bond with basic industrial chemicals and its trading. We have a strong network with Asia Pacific, European Union and Middle East. We provide our customers not only quality product such as Refined Glycerine but also extended supply management services
Refined Glycerine - Overview
Glycerine is one of the commodities derived from either animal or vegetable oils and fats. The majority of glycerine is obtained from vegetable oils from soybean, coconut, and palm oils. Refined glycerine can be obtained through the refinery process of crude glycerine. Refined glycerine is a clear liquid in appearance, while crude glycerine is a yellowish liquid. Due to its low toxicity, refined glycerine is widely used in food, medicine, cosmetics, and personal care applications. Tradeasia International as a global supplier of refined glycerine provides you with refined glycerine for your market solution. Get refined glycerine in different grades and packaging right now.
Refined-Glycerine - Product Grades
There are several sources of refined glycerine used in different specialties. We have provide our best quality grades of refined glycerine from our palm based to animal based material. Select the best possible product of your liking and we will provide each grade’s specifications.
Refined Glycerine Applications
Glycerol is used in medical, pharmaceutical, and personal care preparations, often as a means of improving smoothness, providing lubrication, and as a humectant. Ichthyosis and xerosis have been relieved by the topical use of glycerin. Besides, there is still much more about the use of this refined glycerine.
Glycerine is used in foods and beverages to keep the food moist, make it sweet, serve as a solvent, and be used as a food preservative. It is used as a filler in commercial low-fat foods such as cookies and a thickening agent in food products such as liqueurs. Additionally, glycerine may be used as a sugar substitute. Bacteria do not feed glycerine, hence it does not cause cavities.
Glycerine is used in the production of nitroglycerine for explosives and propellants. Moreover, it can produce allyl iodide with the addition of phosphorus and iodine. They are commonly applied as polymers, preservatives, organometallic catalysts, and pharmaceuticals, etc.
Glycerine can form strong hydrogen bonds with water, so glycerol-water bonds are superior to water-water hydrogen bonds. Therefore, the formation of ice is hindered unless the temperature is very low. This antifreeze is used in automobiles because glycerine has low toxicity despite being restored by ethylene glycol.
Glycerine is used to improve smoothness and lubricity and maintain moisture. It is widely used in a variety of medical and pharmaceutical products, such as cough syrup and personal care products, such as mouthwashes. It is also a component of glycerine soap, which adds essential oils for fragrance. Because of the water-retaining properties of glycerine, soap is used by people with sensitive skin.
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