Soap Adsorbent

It is great pride to introduce ourselves as manufacturer and exporter of high quality bleaching earths. We have plant capacity 80,000 MT per annum powder and granules. We mine, process and market all types of Bleaching Earth for all type of edible and edible oils processing.

After rigorous research efforts, we, at Manek Active Clay Pvt Ltd, are glad to introduce to our new product “Soap Adsorbent”.

Soap adsorbent is useful in all edible oil refining process in batch type and continuous refining process.Soap adsorbent can remove soap particles and metals from neutral oil. Soap adsorbent is easily added & offers the option of eliminating both primary and secondary water wash. Costly centrifuge equipments and associated operations and maintenance cost and problems can be eliminated by introduction of Soap Adsorbent. By using soap adsorbent, you can overcome the problem of and water pollution problem which is to day world problem of pollution as well.

Our plant has certification of “ISO 9001 - 2000”, besides “DIOXIN TEST”, “HALAL” and “KOSHER”. We strictly maintain and implement all parameters according to these standards. These inspired us to the raise and maintain quality in the manufacture of our range of products.

Note:

Required dosage of soap adsorbent for elimination soap is two times grams soap adsorbent per mt oil. If soap ppm is 500 in neutral oil, quantity required is 500x2=1000 gm of soap adsorbent in 1 MT neutral oil.

Major Benefits : -
  • You can save loss of neutral oil by water wash.
  • Soap adsorbent is easily added & offers the option of eliminating both primary and secondary water wash centrifuge costly equipment and associated operations and maintenance cost and problems are eliminated.
  • You can save fuel for heating of water.
  • You can save power requirement for centrifuge, pump and mixture.
  • You can increase the efficiency of bleaching earth powder.
  • By using soap adsorbent, you can overcome the problem of and water pollution problem which is to day world problem of pollution.