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98% Glycrine

We are one of the leading manufacturer for the chemicals used for the production of Glycerine, so here at "Akshar Enterprises", we offer our customers the best price in the Indian market for our range of chemicals listed-
98% Glycerine,
which is a clear ,colourless,odourless,hydroscopic, syrupy liquid. Glycerine is used as a moisturizer to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations
98% Glycerin

98% Glycerin

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Product Details:
CAS No56-81-5
BrandAkshar Group
Purity %98%
Packaging Details250 kg
Usage/ApplicationFood,Cosmetics,Pharma Industries etc.
SourcePlants
Packaging TypeDrum (Barrels) & Tanker
Packaging Size25-250 Kg
SynonymsGlycerol
Physical FormLiquid
Chemical FormulaC3H8O3
EC No.200-289-5
Density1.5
OdourOdorless
Molecular Weight92.09 g/mol
Melting Point18.2 DegreeC
Boiling Point290 DegreeC
Solubility in water>100 mg/mL
Vapor pressure0.0025
Refractive index1.472
Flash Point177 DegreeC
Ignition Temperature393 DegreeC
Freezing Point18.2 DegreeC
HS Code29054900
HazardsNo health hazard,but chemical is combustible
PrecautionsKeep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces.
ColorTransparent
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
Country of OriginMade in India
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Physical Description-
Glycerin is a trihydroxyalcohol with localized osmotic diuretic and laxative effects. Glycerin elevates the blood plasma osmolality thereby extracting water from tissues into interstitial fluid and plasma. This agent also prevents water reabsorption in the proximal tubule in the kidney leading to an increase in water and sodium excretion and a reduction in blood volume. Administered rectally, glycerin exerts a hyperosmotic laxative effect by attracting water into the rectum, thereby relieving constipation. In addition, glycerin is used as a solvent, humectant and vehicle in various pharmaceutical preparations


Methods of Manufacturing-Production from allyl chloride- This method became available once the high-temperature chlorination of propene to allyl chloride could be controlled properly. The allyl chloride produced is oxidized with hypochlorite to dichlorohydrin, which is converted without isolation to epichlorohydrin by ring closure with calcium or sodium hydroxide. Hydrolysis to glycerol is carried out with sodium hydroxide or sodium carbonate. Epichlorohydrin is hydrolyzed to glycerol at 80 - 200 °C with a 10 - 15% aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide or sodium carbonate at atmospheric or overpressure. The residence time in one or a series of several closed, continuously operating reactors amounts to several minutes or several hours depending on the plant concerned. The yield of dilute (10 - 25%) glycerol solution is > 98%. The solution contains 5 - 10% sodium chloride and less than 2% of other impurities. This aqueous glycerol solution containing sodium chloride is evaporated in a multistage evaporation plant under vacuum to a glycerol concentration of > 75%; precipitated sodium chloride is separated at the same time. The glycerol solution is then distilled under high vacuum (about 0.5 - 1.0 kPa), co-distilled water is separated by fractional condensation. Residual inorganic salts and higher oligomers of glycerol remaining after the evaporation must be worked up further or discarded. The glycerol, practically free of water, is treated further to remove colored impurities and odorous material; this can be performed, for example, with activated carbon.

Uses-
Glycerol has a ubiquitous use pattern and can be found in industrial, professional and consumer products. Glycerol is used as a constituent in numerous products and as an intermediate in industrial applications for the manufacture of products such as soaps/detergents and glycerol esters. It is found in consumer products such as pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, tobacco, food and drinks and is present in numerous other products such as paints, resins and paper. For example, it is used as a down hole lubricant in oil and gas fields and as a wetting agent in pesticide formulations. There is no single use which dominates the use pattern.
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