Soap Noodles TFM 78-81% (80:20)


:   N/A

Cas Number

:   143-07-7

HS Code

:   3401.20.20




Basic Info

Appearance Name

:   White Solid

Common Names

:   Soap Chips


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Technical Document

Brief Overview

Saponification is the process of making soap noodles by mixing animal fats, like as tallow, with vegetable oils, such as palm, coconut, and olive, and then utilizing sodium hydroxide. One of the earliest documented uses of soap is in soap noodles. They work really well in soap manufacturing, particularly when it comes to changing the flavors, colors, and other ingredients. To produce a variety of soap products, additional techniques including as pressing, stamping, and molding are frequently added to the final product.

Manufacturing Process

Triglyceride molecules mix with sodium hydroxide in the primary soap-making process called direct saponification. Hydrolysis transforms fats and oils into glycerol and fatty acids. Sodium hydroxide neutralizes the fatty acids. Methyl esters form through trans-esterification of methanol and oil or fat. Soap is created by saponifying these methyl esters with sodium hydroxide, and methanol is produced as a byproduct.

Detergent Industry

The mixture undergoes processing with rollers or a worm screw to generate a thin soap sheet. Applying high pressure, the liquid is stirred along the screw's length, extruding multiple soap layers through a perforated endplate. The homogenized soap is then compressed with a large worm screw extruder, commonly referred to as a plodder, resulting in several layers of soap.

The diverse specifications of various soap noodles enable the production of a range of soap types, including laundry, toilet, medicinal, and high-lather soap.

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