Glycerin

Description

 
Glycerin
Glycerin is a non-volatile substance and a multifunctional product known as a colorless, odorless, sweet-tasting substance. Glycerin is a clear liquid at room temperature that can be dissolved in water in any proportion.
Glycerin can be used in producing cosmetics, health and pharmaceutical products. Other uses of glycerin include the production of flooring, paper, ink, lubricants, fabrics, urethane polymers, etc.
Glycerin is a derivative found in the products nitroglycerine, propylene glycol and acrolein.
Some of the trade names of this product are:
 
Glycerol
Propane tri L
 The structure of glycerin is as the following:

Glycerin is produced in two types, edible and industrial. Edible glycerin, commonly known as glycerin oil, has extraordinary properties in curing aphthous stomatitis and disinfecting the mouth environment. That is why this material is also used to make mouthwashes.
Other important properties of glycerin for the body include removing skin wrinkles, treating eczema and skin diseases, and treating constipation.
 
Glycerin oil is not only edible, but can be applied on the nails, hair or skin to help soften and and strengthen them.
Industrial glycerin also has various applications in the textile, dyeing, chemical and polymer industries and in the production of detergents and hygiene products.
Specifications
Glycerin
 
chemical properties:
Category: Alcohols
Boiling point, ºC: 290
Melting point, ºC: 17.8
Flash point, ºC: 18
State at 25 ºC: Liquid
Density at 25 ºC: 1,261 g / cm3
articles
Article 1: Safety data sheet
Glycerin is not classified as a dangerous substance, but it can flame if there is a fire or spark, or if the material is heated or oxidized.
Water or foam spray can be used to extinguish glycerin-induced fires, but waterjet is not recommended at all.

It is recommended to store glycerin in closed containers in a cool, dry, well-ventilated environment. It is best to avoid overheating or freezing glycerin-containing containers.


Sales and application of glycerin
Producing high volume glycerin, Padidavarandegan Jam Company supplies this widely used substance to the pharmaceutical, medical, food and health industries at the lowest possible price.
 
This product with its special features has a good sale market in the country, as well as, for export. In recent years, glycerin exports to European and Asian countries, including China, Indonesia, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium have increased glycerin sales.
The reason for the widespread use of glycerin is the presence of three groups of factors in three different categories in its structure, which can be used to produce the following various products:
Hygiene industry
Skin and hair care products
  • Cosmetics
A variety of creams and conditioners
Toothpaste and mouthwash
Glycerin soaps
Food industry
  • As a sweetener or solvent in beverages
  • Additives for cakes, pastries and jams
Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Production of cough syrup
  • Production of various laxatives and suppositories
  • Glycerin oil
 
Agricultural and livestock industries
  • Livestock and poultry feed
Chemical industry
  • Adhesive production
  • Floorings
  • Electrolyte production
  • Fuel
  • Ink
  • Lubricant
  • Antifreeze
 
 
Polymer industry
  • Production of nitroglycerin
  • Alkyd resins
  • Types of colors
Textile and paper industries
Fabric and paper production
As the most important properties of glycerin that made it widely used in various industries, the following can be mentioned:
The moisturizing and softening properties of glycerin have made this chemical based on alcohol which is the main and constant component of cosmetic products.
Glycerin can be used directly as a skin moisturizer, because it does not cause any irritation or allergies on the skin. In addition, it makes the skin look clear and healthy.
The sweet taste of glycerin makes this chemical a suitable additive for beverages, cakes and pastries and processed fruits in the food industry. Its volumizing and lubricating properties can also be used in dairy and canned products.
Raw glycerin can reduce the freezing point of the material and instead increase its viscosity. For the same reason, it is used to improve the properties of esters. This property of glycerin has also led to its use as a car antifreeze.
 

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