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Sisterna PS750 Sisterna B.V. Sisterna PS750 has an application of Non-ionic Surfactant. Trade name Sisterna® sucrose esters is a stearic acid and palmitic acid (sucrose stearate) substance. The appearance is solid white, has an odour that is Characteristic of pH : ± 7 0.3% and is sol...展開 Sisterna PS750 has an application of Non-ionic Surfactant. Trade name Sisterna® sucrose esters is a stearic acid and palmitic acid (sucrose stearate) substance. The appearance is solid white, has an odour that is Characteristic of pH : ± 7 0.3% and is soluble in water. Sisterna PS750 has a flash point : > 149C (PMcc) and an auto ignition temperature : ± 200 C. The melting point / melting range : ± 52°C (melting starts at ± 40°C – store below this temp.) Sisterna sucrose esters are produced with high quality vegetable raw materials. Sugar from sugar cane and beet, methyl fatty acids from palm oil. Sisterna is member of Green Palm and bought Green Palm certificates for the total use of palm oil products. Sisterna sucrose esters are produced by DKS in Japan, in a sophisticated plant that is dedicated to the production of sucrose esters only. The unique production method uses minimum solvents, as the purification of the sucrose esters is done by water. This process ensures a highly purified sucrose ester powder with >90% purity, while the regulatory minimum is >80% 收起
Sisterna SP50 Sisterna B.V. Sisterna sSP50 is produced with high quality vegetable raw material such as sugar from sugar cane and beets. Methyl fatty acids from palm oil (supplier is RSPO-member) . The unique production method uses minimum solvents, as the purification of the sucros...展開 Sisterna sSP50 is produced with high quality vegetable raw material such as sugar from sugar cane and beets. Methyl fatty acids from palm oil (supplier is RSPO-member) . The unique production method uses minimum solvents, as the purification of the sucrose esters is done by water. This process ensures a highly purified sucrose ester powder with >90% purity, while the regulatory minimum is >80%. The basic function of sucrose esters is emulsification but they are often chosen for their secondary functions. Some examples are the delayed staling of bakery products, the promotion of an extra fine sugar crystal matrix in candy or the creation of extra smooth delicious whipped mousse or ice cream. 收起
Sisterna SP70 Sisterna B.V. Sucrose esters of fatty acids, commonly known as sucrose esters, and sucrose oligo esters are a unique group of emulsifiers. Sucrose esters are obtained by esterifying sucrose with methyl fatty acids. By varying the degree of esterification of the sucrose...展開 Sucrose esters of fatty acids, commonly known as sucrose esters, and sucrose oligo esters are a unique group of emulsifiers. Sucrose esters are obtained by esterifying sucrose with methyl fatty acids. By varying the degree of esterification of the sucrose molecule it is possible to obtain emulsifiers with HLB values ranging from 1 up to 16. Sucrose esters include sucrose esters of fatty acids (E473) and sucrose oligo esters. The classification depends on the ratio mono-, di-, and tri- esters. For each emulsifier a HLB-value can be calculated, a hydrophilic (water loving) emulsifier has a high HLB value, a lipophilic (oil loving) emulsifier has a low HLB value. 收起