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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Zinc stearate production

here is a new project information just compiled..
Zinc stearate is primarily used in pharmaceutical formulations as
a lubricant in tablet and capsule manufacture at concentrations up to
1.5% w/w. It has also been used as a thickening and opacifying agent in cosmetic and pharmaceutical creams, and as a dusting powder..more here

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Zein Protein

ZEIN PROTEIN is expensive and in demand as Currently, zein can be extracted from corn gluten meal, a by-product of the wet milling process. However, current extraction and purification technologies are such that the price of zein limits current market applications. Yet, there are several technology companies/institutions currently working to develop an economically viable extraction and/or purification process. more..please see
http://www.primaryinfo.com/technology/zein.htm

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

IOC achieves breakthrough in use of non-edible oil

Interesting News indeed ..
State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) on Monday said it has developed technology that will help advance the use of non-edible oil extracted from plants like jatropha (bio-diesel) in auto fuels. "IOC has successfully developed and commercialised a technology to co-process non-edible vegetable oil in the existing Diesel Hydrotreating (DHDT) units of a petroleum refinery to make bio-diesel," the company said in a statement. This is first time in India, and possibly the first in the world, when jatropha oil has been used for co-processing in a petroleum refinery. Also Read: Oil ministry recommends natural gas price hike to $6.7 This technology for co-processing of jatropha oil has been developed by IOC's R&D centre of located at Faridabad. The company termed this as a "major technological breakthrough that can be a game changer for advancing use of bio-diesel in the country and ensuring ready acceptance of the fuel by the automobile industry"
more here

Dore is a bar of semi-purified gold that mines produce from ore. It contains 92-95% gold, the rest being silver and copper.

Here is an excellent Business Opportunity..
The recent Reserve Bank of India (RBI) directive that banks can importgold on consignment basis for genuine exports has opened a door for the entry of gold dore bars, which have less than 95% gold content.
Bullion traders say the refining of these impure gold bars will be a new line of business in India and jewellers may also look at setting up refineries to ensure a steady supply of the metal...more

Pharmaceutical Excipients

What do we know about it? ...Pharmaceutical dosage forms contain both pharmacologically
active compounds and excipients added to aid the formulation
and manufacture of the subsequent dosage form for administration
to patients.
The properties of the final dosage form  are,  highly
dependent on the excipients chosen, their concentration and
interaction with both the active compound and each other ..see
More details

To know List of Pharmaceutical Excipients, companies manufacturing them..
send a mail...to
primaryinfo@gmail.com
 
 

Finding Buyers for your chemicals world wide

One of the ways to sell your products is through well established distributors in the domestic and international markets.
There is a directory of one hundred chemical distributors compiled during 2009
The name, web site address & brief profiles are contained in the directory
Those interested may send emailto: informer@eth.net   OR primaryinfo@gmail.com

 

Friday, May 03, 2013

Acesulfame potassium

Acesulfame Potassium is an artificial sweetner.
This is of interest to Entrepreneurs...
Applications in Pharmaceutical Formulation or Technology :
Acesulfame potassium is used as an intense sweetening agent in
cosmetics, foods, beverage products, table-top sweeteners, vitamin
and pharmaceutical preparations, including powder mixes, tablets,
and liquid products. It is widely used as a sugar substitute in
compounded formulations,(1) and as a toothpaste sweetener.(2)
The approximate sweetening power is 180–200 times that of
sucrose, similar to aspartame, about one-third as sweet as sucralose,
one-half as sweet as sodium saccharin, and about 4-5 times sweeter
than sodium cyclamate.(3) It enhances flavor systems and can be
used to mask some unpleasant taste characteristics
How is acesulfame potassium made?
Acesulfame potassium is made from a process that involves the transformation of an organic
intermediate, acetoacetic acid, and its combination with the naturally occurring mineral,
potassium, to form a highly stable, crystalline sweetener.
If you like to know List of companies manufacturing this product, the product specifications,
Patents on the subject, market scenario, FDA Opimion etc, get back to me and mailto:primaryinfo@gmail.com