COCONUT FATTY
ACID DISTILLATE

CFAD

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CFAD

The composition of the product depends on the raw materials used. Like coconut oil, it contains a lot of C8 (Caprylic Acid) and C10 (Capric Acid). Hydrocarbons with short chains when reacted with mono and polyhydric alcohol then form esters. This ester is used as a synthetic lubricating oil. For fatty acids that contain a lot of myristic acid and palmitic acid, when reacted with isopropyl alcohol, then it forms an ester. These esters are used as ingredients in cosmetics and in body care products.

For fatty acids that contain lots of Lauric acid, myristic acid and palmitic acid reacted with alcohol will be used as a formulation. The initial process is the separation of impurities using a degasser, then to obtain palmitic acid, namely through the first fractionation process which is expected the distillate product has a purity of 98%, then obtains oleic acid in the second fractionation process with distillate which is expected to have a purity of 85% and the final product is stearic acid which is obtained by the principle of separation using a pitcher.

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