info@agaoverseas.com   +91 8830 0258 46   / +91 9307 5196 21  

Commercial Grade Castor oil (Industrial)

Commercial castor oil is obtained from a mixture of the first pressing and the second phase of production, solvent extraction. It is used for many industrial applications. It is also known as the industrial grade castor oil. It is the basic material for manufacturing various grades of castor oil and castor derivatives. Castor oil contains 85-90% Ricinoleic Acid. Commercial grade castor oil is one of the standard & most common grades of castor oil which is used in many industrial applications.

Specifications

Description Specific Range
  • Refractive Index
  • Moisture & Volatile Matter
  • Insoluble Impurities
  • Free Fatty Acid
  • Acid Value
  • Iodine Value (By Wiss, gI 2 / 100g)
  • Acetyl Value
  • Saponification Value (mgKoH/gm)
  • Unsaponification Matter
  • Hydroxyl Value
  • Relative Density 15/15.5 DC
  • Viscosity Gardner- Holdt
  • Color on Lovibond
  • Appearance
  • Odor
  • Ricinoleic Acid Content
  • Density at 30ºC
  • Stability
  • Solubility in Ethyl Alcohol
  • Specific Gravity at 30 deg C
  • : 1.477 — 1.481
  • : 0.25 Percent Max
  • : 0.02 percent Max
  • : 1 percent Max
  • : 2.00 Max
  • : 82-90 Percent
  • : 140 Min
  • : 177 – 187
  • : 1.00% Max
  • : 160 - 168
  • : 0.958 – 0.969
  • : U-V
  • : 20 Yellow, 2.0 Red Max
  • : Pale Yellow, Viscous, Clear Liquid
  • : Slight, Characteristic
  • : 85 Percent Min
  • : 0.959
  • : Stable, Combustible. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents. May be light sensitive.
  • : Complete soluble without turbidity
  • : 0.954 – 0.960