Glycerin (other name – glycerol) is a trihydric alcohol or triol. Glycerin is referred to as a by product and today it is being produced using the most common methods, which are:
– Saponification – production of soap (vegetable origin)
– Esterification – biodiesel production (vegetable, tallow, UCO origin)
Purified glycerin, which no longer has odor or taste, clear, transparent liquid is called refined glycerin. Thanks to its properties such as solubility in water and capability to react under most conditions, glycerin has vast variety of applications in every industry known.
Application: food, feed, automotive, pharmaceutical, personal care, household chemistry, tobacco
Packaging: drums, road trucks, flexitank, isotank, bulk lots