Soybean fatty acids
What are soy fatty acids?
Definition: Soybean fatty acids are an oil plant quite abundant in polyunsaturated fatty acids. In North and Central America there is a rising production, however, it would be worldwide cultivated soon due to the great potential it has. It is characterized by a high proportion of linoleic acid and to a lesser extent oleic acid.
Other nomenclature: SOFA
- Origin and extraction
- Properties and applications:
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These fatty acids are obtained by splitting and subsequent vacuum distillation of soybean oil. This product has a melting point about 25° C. The solid oil is usually yellowish liquid and a light color according to the temperature.
Soybean fatty acids have multiple applications in the oleochemical industry, including: amines, botainas, esters, fatty alcohols, lubricants, surface finishes, detergents, cosmetics, soaps and solids–líquidos, textile finishing, finishing fibers, coatings, resins , surfactants, paints, among others.
The many applications of soybean acids reflects the excellent properties possessed in various industries ensuring its efficiency and clean performance. The oleochemicals are an excellent alternative substances. Our products meet the needs of demand due to the excellent properties they own and, therefore, are being established as a cost-effective alternative in the market.
Soybean fatty acid: CYPACID S-35
Soybean fatty acid / Sunflower: CYPACID SG-30
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