Toilet Soap Noodles TFM 68% (45:45:10)


:   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

In order to make soap noodles, vegetable oils such palm, coconut, olive, and/or animal fat (tallow) must be saponified and then mixed with sodium hydroxide. Both expert soap producers and amateurs use these noodles rather frequently. They provide a blank canvas that may be customized with colors, scents, and other ingredients to create unique soaps. The process is finished with additional personalization by stamping, pressing, and molding, producing the finished soap product.

Manufacturing Process

Triglyceride and sodium hydroxide are combined to produce soap using the main process for soap manufacture, called direct saponification. As a byproduct of hydrolyzing fats and oils, glycerol and fatty acids are produced. The next step is to neutralize these fatty acids using sodium hydroxide. Methyl esters are produced when methanol is used in the transesterification of fat or oil. Methanol is a byproduct of the saponification of the methyl ester using sodium hydroxide, which yields soap.

Detergent Industry

A worm screw or rollers are usually used to process the mixture to create a thin soap sheet. Multiple layers of soap are produced when the liquid is extruded through a perforated endplate while being spun along the screw's length under high pressure. The homogenized soap is crushed and a continuous soap bar is produced using a large worm screw extruder, sometimes called a plodder.

A variety of soap varieties, including laundry, clear, medicated, high-lather, and toilet soap, may be made using distinct soap noodle parameters.

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