Glycerine is a commercial product whose principal components is glycerol.
Glycerine has over 1500 known and uses, including many applications as an ingredient or processing aid in :
3. Personal Care
5. Food Products
Notes : In addition, Glycerine is highly stable under typical storage conditions, compatible, with many other chemical materials, virtually non toxic and non irritating in its varied uses, and has no known negative environtmental effects.
A water clear, odourless, viscous liquid with a sweet taste, glycerine is derived from both natural and petrochemical feedstocks.
In its pure anhydrous, Glyerol has a specific gravity of 1.261 ( 20 0C/ 4 0C ), a melting point of 18.2 0C and boiling point of 290 0C accompanied by decomposition.
Market share Glycerine by applications :
1. Pharmaceutical, toothphase, and cosmetic : 28 %
2. Tobacco : 15 %
3. Foods : 13 %
4. Urethanes : 11 %
5. Others ( Lacquers, Varnishes, Inks, Adhesives, Synthetic Plastics, Cellophanes, Explosives, etc )
PACKING: 250 kg / new drums
ORIGIN: MALAYSIA / INDONESIA