Glycerin Soap Flakes

Guaranteed more than 40 TFM. The lab test will be passed for all BIS standards anywhere Laboratory in India.

Why Choose Us?

Comparison Point Satvah GSN Plus Other Local Brand
Contain minimum 40 TFM
Around 25 TFM
Third Party Lab test report
Yes, Available with every batch
Not available
Material Format
Like big soap
Follow BIS Standard
Yes, Every parameter
Not Single Parameter
Why Flakes?
Fast melt, No Moisture loss
Will take too time, Too much Moisture loss
Yes, Available with every batch
Not available
Can export this material or bath soap?
Yes Always welcome, Fulfill all BIS standard
Not Possible
Very Good
Very Good
Foam and Cleaning properties
Very Good
Yes, Available

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Steps involved in making a transparent bathing bar

  • Step 1

    Use SS 304/316 Jacketed Reactor with starter and speed controller all material contact parts should be of Stainless Steel. Do not use any other material.

  • Step 2

    The reactor to be cleaned thoroughly with hot water. It should be odourless before melting Ideally, batch size can be 70-80% of the reactor capacity, Use low-pressure steam/hot water for melting.

  • Step 3

    Ideally batch size can be 70-80% of the reactor capacity. Use low pressure steam/hot water for melting, Initially melt sufficient amount of Satvah GSN Plus flakes for the stirrer to operate. Then by maintaining temperature between 70-75 C keep adding further quantity of flakes.

  • Step 4

    Excessive heating/higher temperature may result in nearby yellow colour and water loss which will reduce transparency or give opaque product.

  • Step 5

    Moisture content in the final bathing bar shall be in the range of 19.0 to 22.0% Monitor the same with Karl Fischer. Add some part of the water if more moisture loss.

  • Step 6

    Add sufficient selected colour and Fragrance. In the case of soluble oil colours, make a colour solution in perfume or propylene glycol. Since the colour of perfume can affect transparency: choose a lighter coloured or colourless perfume.

  • Step 7

    Stop heating and start cooling with ordinary water. Stop moxing in the reactor for a few minutes till air bubbles are cleared. Pour the material in surtable moulds.

  • Step 8

    Pour the material in suitable moulds.

  • Step 9

    Start cooling the mould system with water. Cooling with chilled water (4-5°C) enhances transparency.

  • Step 10

    The product would start solidifying at 58-62 C. Finish of the bar would depend on quality of the moulds. Once cooled, it can be stamped, which improves transparency.

  • Step 11

    Transparent bar is ready to use.

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