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In the oil refining operation, all the impurities in the oil are removed. These impurities include free fatty acids, proteins, gummy substances, pigments, unsaponifiable substances and moisture. Free fatty acids are considered to be the main impurity, which are mainly removed in the main stages of oil refining, which include neutralization, decolorization, and deodorization. The most common method of removing free fatty acids along with oil is using soda. The neutralization of these free fatty acids of oil by soda creates sodium soap. This fatty acid is not suitable for human nutrition and is mostly used in detergent and soap making industry or animal feed. This product is a combination of polyunsaturated fatty acids, soaps, water, steroids and xanthophyll pigment. The value of soap paste is determined by determining the total fatty acids in it (free and combined). This amount changes based on the used purification method, and in the soap paste resulting from the purification of all fatty acids, it is usually around 40-50%.
In detergent and sanitary industries, soap making, lubricating oils and for adding to animal feed
  • High level of fatty acids
  • Light to dark yellow color depending on the type of oil, process and types of accompanying materials
  • Energy supplier for animal feed
  • To increase the nutritional value of animal feed
  • Inexpensive source of fatty acids in industries (detergent, soap making, leather making)
Maintenance Conditions
Product durability
  • The recommended usage period is 1 year after production.

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Technical Specifications
soap paste
appearance state Creamy liquid
humidity 55 – 65
fatty acid percentage 15 – 20
oil percentage 10 – 15
total fatty acid and oil 25 – 35

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