Fractionated fatty acids – mixed-cut

On this page, you can find our table on mixed and cut fractionated fatty acids. All of them are obtained from hydrolysis at high pressure and temperature with fats and oils of both types of origin, by fractionating them to achieve lighter fractions and also to obtain a softer or cleaner appearance.

From this process, is how we manage to obtain the results that we are going to see next in the tables:

Information on mixed/cut fractionated fatty acids

ORIGIN COCONUT OIL
ANALISYS

METHOD

UNITS CYPACID
CG
CYPACID
CG-H
CYPAFRAK
0810-STD
ACID VALUE
ISO 660
mg KOH/gr. 252-262 252-262 355-365
IODINE VALUE
ISO 3961
gr.l/100 gr. MAX. 12 MAX. 0,5 MAX. 1
SAPONIFICATION VALUE
ISO 3657
mg KOH/gr. 253-263 253-263 -
TITRE
ISO 935
º centigrade 26-29 28-31 MAX. 7
COLOUR LOVIBOND 5 1/4"
BS684.1.14
Red units (R) MAX. 0,7 MAX. 0,4 MAX. 1
COLOUR LOVIBOND 5 1/4"
BS684.1.14
Yellow units (Y) MAX. 7 MAX. 3 MAX. 5
UNSAPONIFIABLES
ISO – 18609
% MAX. 0,3 MAX. 0,3 MAX. 0,5

 

GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY  ISO 5508/12966-2

 

CAPROIC ACID C-6 %
- - MAX. 3
CAPRILIC ACID C-8 %
MAX. 0,5 MAX. 0,2 45-65
CAPRIC ACID C-10 %
MAX. 3 MAX. 1,5 30-50
LAURIC ACID C-12 %
52-62 52-64 MAX. 3
MYRISTIC ACID C-14 %
16-24 16-24 -
PALMITIC ACID C-16 %
7-12 7-12 -
STEARIC ACID C-18 %
2-6 8-13 -
OLEIC ACID C-18:1 %
4-9 MAX. 0,5 -
LINOLEIC ACID C-18:2 %
MAX. 2 - -

 
With this type of acids we can obtain different products such as emulsifiers in detergency, plasticizers, rubber, coatings, among other products.