Sulphated Vegetable Oils

Sulphated Oils | Emulsifiers, Lubricant, Dispersant |

Sulphated vegetable oils are biodegradable anionic surfactants derived from natural oils and fatty esters. The products are produced by reacting concentrated sulphuric acid and then neutralized with Sodium hydroxide. They are an environmentally friendly alternative to other surfactants. Primary applications include textiles, paints and lubricants. They all display good wetting, lubricating and emulsifying properties. All of our of sulphated vegetable oils are fully REACH registered.

 

Sulphated Tall Oil  
Water Content 18 - 22%
Acid Value 95 – 115 mgKOH/g
Total Alkali 0.5 – 1.5% NaOH
Combined Sulphate 4.5 – 5.5 %
pH 10% Dilution 5 – 7

 

Sulphated Soya Bean Oil  
Water content 18 – 22 %
pH (10% dilution) 5.0 – 7.0 
Combined Organic Sulphate 4.0 – 5.5 %
Acid value 48-75 mg KOH/g
Total alkalinity 0.2-1.0% NaOH

 

Sulphated Olive Oil  
Water Content 16 - 20%
Acid Value 54 - 65 mgKOH/g
Total Alkali 3.5 - 8.5 mgKOH/g
Organic SO3 5.8 - 7.2%
Saponification Value 158 - 165 mgKOH/g

 

Sulphated Rapeseed Oil  
Water Content 25-27%
Acid Value 20-30mgKOH/g
Total Alkali:      0.9-1.2% NaOH
Combined Sulphate:     5.0-6.0 %
pH 10% Dilution 6 – 7
Appearance Hazy/Clear amber liquid

 


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