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Refined Glycerine

Refined Glycerine, also called glycerine or glycerin is a simple polyol compound. It is colourless and odourless, sweet-tasting viscous liquid and it is hygroscopic. It has well solublizer, plasticizer, moisturizing and preserving agent. Refined Glycerine is used in diverse business areas from additives for food and cosmetics to industrial materials.

Product Offer

Refined GlycerineUSPVegetable oilMin 99.70%
Refined GlycerineUSPVegetable oilMin 99.50%
Refined GlycerineNon USPVegetable oilMin 99.70%
Refined GlycerineNon USPVegetable oilMin 99.50%
Refined GlycerineNon USPMixed OilMin 99.50%
Refined GlycerineNon-KosherVegetableMin 96.00%

Packaging Formats

Flexibags & Isotanks

Flexibags & Isotanks

In 20 feet containers, packed in flexi tanks of capacity approx. 21 metric tons each. Basis of shipment in containers can be CIF destination or FOB as required.

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Bulk Shipment

In bulk shipment of 1,500 to 5,000 metric tons per shipment directly from shore tanks available for loading at port. Basis of bulk shipment will be FOB only.

Various Uses of
Refined Glycerine

Cosmetics Industries
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Where does Refined
Glycerine come from?

The crude glycerine is processed to obtain distilled and refined glycerine. In order to properly refine the glycerine, residual organic matter, water, salt, methanol, and odors are removed. This refined glycerine is non-toxic, non-allergenic, antiseptic, acts as a stabilizer, preservative, emollient, etc. Owing to these versatile features, it is employed in many industries.

Depending on the applications, different quality is required. To meet the quality standard from the technical grade until the pharmaceutical and kosher, the purification process is a determinant factor to ensure the required quality.

The glycerine purification is based on the following steps:

  • Neutralisation and drying
  • Methanol rectification
  • Distillation, rectification
  • Mong desalination