Toilet Soap Noodles TFM ±78% (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 – Laminated Bags

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Technical Document

Brief Overview

The saponification procedure is required to make soap noodles. To saponify vegetable oils such palm, coconut, olive, and/or animal fat (tallow), sodium hydroxide is often used. Soap noodles are among the earliest known types of soap. Soap noodles are used by most soap manufacturers because they make soap more easily, even with minor adjustments to flavors, colors, and other components. The final soap product can be altered by applying additional processes including molding, pressing, and stamping.

Manufacturing Process

Triglyceride molecules are combined with sodium hydroxide in a process known as direct saponification, which is the most common method for making soap. Hydrolysis is the process by which fats and oils are broken down into glycerol and fatty acids. Next, sodium hydroxide is used to neutralize the fatty acids. Methanol is used to trans-esterify the oil or fat, producing methyl esters that are further saponified with sodium hydroxide to produce soap with methanol as a byproduct.

Detergent Industry

The mixture is either put in a worm screw or rolled into a thin sheet of soap using rollers. High pressure is applied, the liquid is agitated throughout the screw's length, and numerous layers of soap are extruded through a perforated endplate. The homogenized soap is compressed using a large worm screw extruder, sometimes referred to as a plodder, to create a single, continuous soap bar.

Different specifications of soap noodles can be used to create a variety of soaps, including as medicinal, high-lather, transparent, laundry, and toilet soap.

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