Turkey Red Oil is also known as Sulfated Castor Oil. It is the only oil that will completely disperse in water. The oil
is expressed from the seed. Sulfated castor oil is created by adding sulfuric acid to castor oil, and is considered the first
synthetic detergent. Turkey Red Oil has a distinct and heavy scent. It is a surfactant and therefore makes a wonderful base
for a bath oil as it mixes well with water, producing a milk bath.Uses :
Used in Textile industries, Sugar
industry, as a defoming agent, as an Emulsifier. In cosmetics it is used as humectants and as an Emulsifier for Oil Bath.CAS
8002-33-3E.C. no :
232-306-7 Strength :
50% & 70%
||Amber coloured Viscous liquid.|
||Miscible in Water, gives a clear solution.|
||1.015@20°C for 50% and 1.03@20°C for 70% |
200Kg H.D.P.E. Drums.
(Specifications subject to change. Application method and other information
are given without obligation.)
Various Applications of Turkey Red Oil:
Turkey Red oil is used in
agriculture as organic manure, in textiles as surfactants and wetting agents, in paper industry for defoaming, in cosmetics
as emulsifiers, in pharmaceuticals as undecylenate, in paints inks and as lubricants.
For e.g. it is used to emulsify
essential oils so that they will dissolve in other water-based products, or for superfatting liquid soap if you want the soap
to remain transparent. This means that the oil will combine with the water in the tub, and not leave those little oil bubbles
floating on the top of the water. It is of medium viscosity and is usually used in bath oil recipes along with fragrance or
essential oils, or in shampoos. This oil also has great moisturizing abilities.