Laundry Soap Noodles TOM 78% Min (90:10)


:   N/A

Cas Number

:   143-07-7

HS Code

:   3401.20.20




Basic Info

Appearance Name

:   White Solid

Common Names

:   Soap Chips


: 25 Kg Polypropylene Bags

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Technical Document

Brief Overview

Soap noodles are created by applying sodium hydroxide to saponify vegetable oils, such as palm, coconut, olive, and/or animal fat (tallow). Soap noodles are claimed to have been the first kinds of soap. Soap noodles are used by both amateurs and soap producers because they are simple to personalize with colors, scents, and other ingredients to manufacture soap. Molding, pressing, and stamping are other techniques that can be used to further alter the final product of this soap.

Manufacturing Process

The predominant technique for soap production is direct saponification, involving the reaction of triglyceride molecules with sodium hydroxide. In this process, fats and oils undergo hydrolysis, breaking down into their individual fatty acids and glycerol. Subsequently, the fatty acids are neutralized using sodium hydroxide. To produce methyl esters, the oil or fat undergoes transesterification with methanol. The resulting methyl ester is then saponified with sodium hydroxide, yielding soap along with methanol as a by-product.

Detergent Industry

The mixture can be put into a worm screw or treated with rollers to produce a thin soap sheet. The liquid is agitated throughout the screw's length under high pressure before being extruded through a perforated endplate to generate many layers of soap. To make a single continuous soap bar, the homogenized soap is compressed using a large worm screw extruder, also known as a ploughder. Different soap kinds, such as medicinal, high-lather, transparent, laundry, and toilet soap, can be produced using different soap noodles specifications.

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