Toilet Soap Noodles TOM ±76% (70:30)


:   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

Soap noodles are produced through the saponification process, which involves the use of sodium hydroxide to saponify various vegetable oils like palm, coconut, olive, and animal fats such as tallow. Widely recognized as one of the earliest forms of soap, soap noodles are favored by many soap manufacturers for their ease of use, allowing for simple adjustments in flavors, colors, and other additives. Additional techniques like molding, pressing, and stamping can be applied to further modify the final soap product.

Manufacturing Process

The primary soap production method, direct saponification, involves blending sodium hydroxide with triglyceride. The hydrolysis of fats and oils results in glycerol and fatty acids as byproducts. Sodium hydroxide is subsequently applied to neutralize these fatty acids. Methanol is used for transesterification, producing methyl esters when reacting with fat or oil. Soap is formed, with methanol serving as a byproduct, through the saponification of the methyl ester with sodium hydroxide.

Detergent Industry

To form a delicate soap sheet, the mixture is guided through a worm screw or rollers. The liquid undergoes agitation along the length of the screw, extruding multiple layers of soap through a perforated endplate under high pressure. Crafting a seamless soap bar involves crushing the homogenized soap with a sizable worm screw extruder, also known as a plodder.

Utilizing distinct specifications of soap noodles yields a diverse array of soaps, encompassing laundry, toilet, medicinal, and high-lather variants.

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