Glycerine

  • Product Name : GLYCERINE (USP)
  • Synonyms : Glycerin , Glycerine, 1,2,3-Propanetriol Trihydroxypropane, 1,2,3-Trihydroxypropane
  • Chemical Name : Glycerine 99.7 % USP
  • Chemical Formula : C3 H8 03

    SPECIFICATIONS

  • Glycerine content : 99.0% min.
  • Glycerol content : 99.7% min.
  • Water content (w/w%) : 5.0% max.
  • Moisture : 0.3% max.
  • Specific Gravity (at 25°C) : 1250 min.
  • Residue on ignition : 0.01% max.
  • Chlorides : 10 ppm max.
  • Sulphates : 20 ppm max.
  • Heavy Metals (as Pb) : 5 ppm max.
  • Chlorinated compounds : 30 ppm max.
  • Fatty Acids & Esters : 1 ppm max. (as ML of 0.5 NaOH)
  • Diethylene GlycolsImpurities : 0.1% max.
  • Ethylene GlycolsImpurities : 0.1% max.
  • Arsenic (as As) : 1.5 ppm max. Impurities : 0.1% max.
  • Color (APHA) : 10 max.
  • pH (at 10% in H20) : 7 Physical
  • Appearance : Colorless clear liquid

 

glycerin glycerine

Main Application :
Detergent , Cosmetics and food Industries Activity/Function : Enzyme-stabilizing agent, water-retaining and water-absorbing , *Food: retain moisture, improve texture and add sweetness, primarily to candy and baked goods *Cosmetics/personal care: retain their smoothness and shine. An emollient, glycerin helps moisturize, soften and soothe skin and is a common ingredient in lotions, moisturizers and soap. *Pharma: humectant, for improved texture and as a holding agent for such things as tablets.