Sodium Stearate

Sodium Stearate

(Item NO: Pnas 601)

Sodium stearate is a sodium salt of stearic acid, which is a natural fatty acid. The appearance is a white powder with a slippery feel and a greasy smell. Easily dissolves in hot water or hot alcohol. It is used in the production of soap and toothpaste, it is also used as a waterproofing agent and plastic stabilizer, etc. It is used as a waterproofing agent, gelling agent and stabilizer in plastics. It is also used in food, pharmaceutical, health additives. And it is used cosmetically. Sodium Stearate is used as a waterproof, gelling and stabilizing agent in plastics. It is also used in food, medicine, health and cosmetic additives and is the main ingredient in the production of many soaps.

Features

Colour White
Appearance Powder
Ash content % 21
Water content % 1/5
Melting Point ℃ 200
Bulk Density g/l 300
Free fatty acid % 0/5
Application Food additives - pharmaceutical - cosmetic