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Soap Noodles (Indonesia Origin)

Soap Noodles (Indonesia Origin)
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Country Origin : Indonesia Appearence : White Solid
CAS No. : 408-35-3 H.S. Code : 1511.90.99
Formula : Common Names : Soap Chips
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Packaging : 800 @ 25 kg Neutral Paper Bag, 20 MT / 20'FCL
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Brief Overview

 

Soap Noodles are produced by saponifying vegetable oils, such as palm oil, coconut oil or olive oil, and/or animal fats (tallow) using sodium hydroxide. Soap Noodles is considered to be the basic precursor of soap.

 

Soap noodles are used by both soap manufacturers and hobbyist alike because it can easily be customized with pigments, fragrances and other additives to produce soap. This soap can be further customized by moulding, pressing, and stamping to give the final product.

 

Different specifications of soap noodles are available for the various types of soap to be manufactured e.g. toilet soap, laundry soap, translucent soaps, high-lather, medicated, etc. The largest sources of soap noodles are Malaysia and Indonesia (mainly from palm oil). Other countries of origin include India, Brazil, Southern Europe, China and the Middle East. Trade Asia sources globally for soap noodles to provide the best products with the best price for your industrial needs.

 

Manufacturing Process

Saponification of Oil/Fat

Direct saponification is the most common process used to make soap, in which a triglyceride molecule is reacted with sodium hydroxide via the reaction.

 

Neutralization of Fatty Acids
Oil/fat is hydrolyzed to its constituent fatty acid and glycerol. The fatty acids are
 then neutralized with sodium hydroxide.

 

Saponification of Fatty Methyl Esters

Oil/fat is trans-esterified with methanol to produce methyl esters. The methyl esters are then saponified with sodium hydroxide to produce soap with methanol as a by-product.



Detergent Industry

The mixture is homogenized by passing through a series of rollers to produce a thin sheet of soap, or by passing the mixture into a large worm screw. Under high pressure, the mixture is churned along the length of the screw and extruded through a perforated end plate to produce several layers of soap. The homogenized soap is compressed by a large worm screw extruder (plodder) to produce a single large continuous bar of soap.

 

Other Applications

Beside, soap noodle is also used in the production of shaving cream because lauric acid gives quicker and more persistent lather.