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METHYL ESTER

From natural raw materials, which is used as an ingredient in biodiesel as alternative chemicals

 

Methyl ester is defined as mono-alkyl esters of long chain fatty acids derived from vegetable oils or animal fats which conform to specifications prescribed by the Department of Energy Business, the Ministry of Energy. Methyl ester is made through a chemical process called trans-esterification which converts oils and fats of natural origin into methyl esters.

Methyl ester, which is commonly known as pure biodiesel fuel or "B100", is a clean burning renewable fuel made from natural plant oil such as palm oil, rape oil, soy bean oil, etc. Methyl ester is intended to be used as a replacement for petroleum diesel or it can be blended with petroleum diesel fuel in any proportion, so called, “Biodiesel” and is generally regarded as being more environmentally friendly.


Product Specification
Methyl Ester
Analysis Items Value SPEC REF. METHOD
Acid Value max 0.50 mgKOH/g In House Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996/ ASTM D664
Sulphate Ash max 0.02 % wt ASTM D 874-00
Carbon Residue max 0.30 % wt In House Method base on DIN EN 4530-03/ ASTM D4530
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Fatty Alcohol (THAIOL®)

Natural fatty alcohols are derived from vegetable oils and have a chemical composition featuring an even number of carbon atoms per molecule, whereas synthetic fatty alcohols, derived from petroleum products, may have an odd number of carbon atoms per molecule.

Synthetic fatty alcohols can generally be substituted for natural fatty alcohols in the manufacture of certain downstream products.

A substantial majority of fatty alcohols worldwide are converted into surfactants or “surface active agents” which are the basic materials used in the production of laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent and other household cleaning products.

Apart of surfactants, Fatty alcohols are commonly used in a range of goods, including plasticizers, solvents, flavorings, fragrances, detergents, foam stabilizers, lubricant, cosmetics, plastic intermediates, shampoo, paints and coatings, textile and leather auxiliaries and printing inks.

Our fatty alcohols are generally categorized as short chain (C6-10), mid-cut (C12-14) and long chain (C16-18), depending on the number of carbon atoms contained in each molecule.


Product Specification
ThaiOL 0690
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Clear Liquid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 1.0 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 0898
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Clear Liquid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.5 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 0810
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Clear Liquid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 1.5 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1098
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Clear Liquid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.5 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1298
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Colourless liquid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.4 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1214
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Colourless liquid to white solid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.4 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1216
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Colourless liquid to white solid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.4 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1218
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance White Solid or Pastilles Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 1.0 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1498
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Colourless liquid to white solid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.5 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1698
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance White solid or pastilles Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.5 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1618
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance White solid or pastilles Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 1.0 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1618 (50:50)
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance Clear Liquid Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 1.0 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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ThaiOL 1898
Test Description Specified Range Method
Appearance White solid or pastilles Visual check
Color (APHA) 0 - 10 In house Method Base on ISO 6271-1:2004 (E)
Acid value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.1 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 660-1996
Saponification value (mg KOH/g) 0 - 0.5 In house Method Base on DIN EN ISO 3657:2002 (E)
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GLYCERINE

Used in many applications since it is non toxic to human health and environment; for example - food, personal care, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals or even foams.

 

Refined glycerine is a co-product of our methyl ester and fatty alcohols production process. It is a sweet tasting liquid that is colorless and odorless, virtually non-toxic, absorbs moisture and has solvent properties.

It is used for pharmaceutical and medical products, creams and lotions, oral cares, resins, plastics, and tobacco. It is normally used as a means of emollient to provide lubrication and moisture for personal care products as well as used as emulsifier for other industrial applications.


Product Specification
REFINED GLYCERINE
Analysis Items SPEC REF. METHOD
Characters/Appearance Clear, Colorless USP 37
Glycerine Content 99.5 min USP 37
Specific Gravity (25/25°C) 1.260 min USP 37
Water Content (%wt) 0.5 max USP 37
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