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Soap Noodles

Soap Noodles
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Country Origin : Indonesia Appearence : White Solid
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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 from sodium salt of fatty acids from plant or animal origins (i.e. PFA (Palm Fatty Acid), POS (Palm Oil Saponification), TFA (Tallow Fatty Acid), TOS (Tallow Oil saponification)). Blend of soap noodles has varying percentage amount of palm oil and kernel or coconut oil. Generally, 20% of coconut and 80% of palm oil is often used in various industries due to its rate of cleaning ability, hardness and proper balance of lather.

Manufacturing Process

Triglycerides, derived from palm-based fatty acids/tallow, react with sodium hydroxide to form soap noodles. Required oils are first pumped and mixed in a blending tank. The blended oils are then transferred into oil dosing tank. At the tank, sodium hydroxide (lye) is added and the reaction mixture is heated. After the formation of soap, brine is added while lye and niger are removed. 



Detergent industry: Soap noodle form the foundation for soap. Pigments, fragrances, colour and additives can be added to the noodles and mold them to form soaps.

Others: Used in production of shaving cream because it gives quicker and persistent lather.