Origine by Diam Launched across Europe

Closure Company Diam Bouchage has unveiled a sustainable version of its Diam closure range in Europe. Named Origine, the technology uses food grade castor oil as the binding agent with microspheres produced from beeswax. The new Origine technology will be used to produce standard corks.diam

This new technology has been designed for producers looking for an option of higher OTR and those looking for sustainable options.

The new technology offers higher oxygen permeability, while providing the same structural guarantee when compared to the other products in the same range.

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Adani Wilmar Looks To Break India’s High-End Castor Oil Derivatives Jinx

India, the market leader in production and supply of castor seed and castor oil may soon capture a major share in castor derivatives market with companies like Adani Wilmar and Royal Castor Products engaging in second- and third-generation castor seed and castor oil derivatives production and exports.castor-oil-800067

According to industry experts, high technology cost has been the major reason for India in not capturing a large share of the global derivatives market. In the derivatives segment, there is a huge potential for India and focusing more on marketing also could help India shine in castor derivatives market.

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Castor Oil and Derivative Market: Revenue Predicted to Go Up by 2021

Recent market study has shown that revenue from castor oil and derivatives market could increase in the near future. Sebacic acid and dehydrated castor oil are among the major revenue generators in the global castor oil market. Large-scale adoption of sebacic acid in plasticizers, lubricants, cosmetics is catalysing its growth in the global market.Economy

In the end user application areas, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, surface coatings, plastics and resin industry are the largest consumers of castor oil whereas the surface coatings industry is the fastest growing end-user for the castor oil.

Asia Pacific is the largest consumer of castor oil and is expected to retain the higher growth rate during the next few years due to strong growth in surface coatings, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics industry.

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Global Castor Oil & Derivatives Market to Reach USD 2.3 Billion Soon

The global castor oil and derivatives market is expected to reach USD 2.30 billion by 2024. The market is estimated to witness a high growth owing to increase in demand for biodegradable products and increasing trend to reduce dependence on petrochemicals are expected to foster the market growth.images

Asia Pacific dominated the overall market. Growth in end-use markets such as personal care, lubricants, and pharmaceuticals is presumed to fuel the regional demand over the next eight years.

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Castor Oil Based Biothiol for Photoinitiator-Free UV Coatings

Researchers performed an experiment to synthesize castor oil based biothiols with good stability for use in photoinitiator free UV coatings. Castor oil based biothiols were synthesized via esterification reaction between castor oil (CO) and 3-mercaptopropionic acid (MPA).castor-oil-800067

Characterization studies showed that the targeted oligomer was successfully prepared. Finally, the UV-curable films of CO-SH also showed good physical and chemical properties.

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Sebacic Acid Market Size to Exceed 130 Kilo Tons By 2023

Sebacic acid size was estimated over 100 kilo tons in 2014 and is likely to exceed 130 kilo tons by 2023. Polyamide application witnessed the highest sebacic Sebacic_acid_3D_ballacid market consumption in 2014 and is likely to gain steady rates over the forecast period.

Shift in trend towards manufacturing biobased polymers from renewable sources is a key driver for the growth of sebacic acid market. Sebacic acid is used in wide applications such as cosmetics, plasticizers, biopolyamides production etc.

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Selective Conversion of Castor Oil Derived Ricinoleic Acid Methyl Ester into Jet Fuel

Recent research shows production of jet fuel from ricinoleic acid methyl ester.

Experiments conducted earlier have shown the possibility of producing jet fuel from Jet-Fuelcastor oil or hydro processing castor oil.

Now scientists from China have found that jet fuel could be produced from castor oil derived ricinoleic acid methyl ester. A unique hydroxyl group in the ricinoleic acid chain induced a special thermal rearrangement reaction in medium chain fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) and heptanal formation. This reaction was used as a starting point for the production of jet fuel.

Results showed that the carbon selectivity in the castor oil to jet fuel process was as high as 90%.

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Stable Polyanhydride Synthesized from Sebacic Acid & Ricinoleic Acid

Polyanhydrides are a class of biodegradable polymers that are usually unstable and prone to hydrolytic degradation and depolymerisation. They need to be stored at -20°C, Polyanhydridepacked under inert atmosphere until use.

Now researchers from Israel have found a new stable polyanhydride obtained from sebacic acid and ricinoleic acid. The new stable polyanhydride was synthesized with alternating ester anhydride structure that is stable at 25 °C for over 18 months. The copolymer is also stable in chloroform solution and under γ-irradiation.

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New Antibacterial Castor Oil Derivative – from Ricinoleic Acid

Here’s an interesting derivative possibility of an antibacterial product from ricinoleic acid, a derivative of castor oil.

Contamination is a big issue in any environment. It affects each and every stage in all the processes we do from manufacturing a product to its maintenance (shelf life). To control contamination, a suitable compound with a high antibacterial activity is to be added in an ongoing process.

A well-known example of compounds with antibacterial activity are naturally occurring phenolic compounds.

Now scientists from India have developed 7 novel ricinoleic acid ricinoleic acidglycosides having antibacterial activity using Koenigs–Knorr glycosylation reaction. On the whole, 28 ricinoleic acid glycosides were developed and their antibacterial activities were analysed. Seven of them were found to show promising wide spectrum antibacterial activity against gram positive bacteria.

Among the 7 compounds, two compounds namely mannopyranosyl- and the arabinofuranosyl derivatives were found to be effective against various non-clinical/clinical, overexpressed/resistant strains of Staphylococcus aureus and other gram positive bacteria such as Bacillus subtilis and Micrococcus luteus. It was found that the presence of sugar and its structure and the methyl ester protection of the carboxylic moiety of ricinoleic acid are responsible for these compounds to be bioactive.

Now industries looking for other potential compounds with antibacterial activity could go for these ricinoleic acid glycosides.

Wish to know more about Ricinoleic Acid – see here. Or other castor derivatives – see here.

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