Refined Olive Pomace Oil

Olive pomace is the pulpy residue from olives after pressing. The total of olive weight, the pomace 70 – 90 %, the stone 9-27% and the seed about 2-3%. Pomace contains about 2-8 % residual oil. Olive pomace oils, obtained by refining of the oil extracted from the olive pomace. The purpose of processing the

Benefits of Cottonseed Oil

Public health advisories promote cottonseed oil as a “healthy” alternative to tropical oils because of its high unsaturated fat levels, which, findings show, has cholesterol-lowering properties – particularly LDL cholesterol. It is also free of cholesterol and has low levels of saturated fat, both of which are promoted by mainstream media and medical advice as

The Process of Alkali Refining Linseed Oil

Linseed oil comes from flax seeds which are harvested from the same flax plant that produces the fibers used to make linen. Artists have been using linseed oil for centuries to make paints, mediums and varnishes. It is widely used today, not only in artist materials, but also for a wide range of industrial applications and

Biodiesel process

Biodiesel is an alternative diesel fuel consisting of fatty acid alkyl monoesters from vegetable oils or animal fats. At present, most biodiesel is produced from soybean oil, methanol and an alkaline catalyst (cholinesterase). However, most of the cheap oils that are not easily digested by human body can be converted into biodiesel. (1) physical refining:

Nutritional value of rapeseed oil

The color of rapeseed oil is golden yellow or brown, and it has a certain stimulating smell. People call this smell “green smell”, which is caused by the fact that rapeseed oil contains a certain amount of glucosinolates in the finished product after oil extraction. However, the general quality rapeseed oil does not contain glucosinolates,