Groundnut Oil

Groundnut Oil (Peanut Oil)

Peanut oil was used as the original source of fuel for the diesel engine. India exported around 100000 tons of groundnut oil in 2003-04 after 4 decades, as crop failed in Senegal and Argentina. Groundnut oil is an excellent all-rounder with the advantage of having no marked flavor yet at the same time being quite luscious. Extracted from peanuts (so also called peanut oil), groundnut oil is pale in color and of a light consistency. It has a subtle, pleasant flavor and can be heated to a high temperature without burning. We are the leading Groundnut/Peanut Oil Exporters in India

Specification of Peanut Oil
MIV (Moisture Impurities and Volatile matter): 0.2% max
FFA as oleic acid: 1% max
Color (Y + 5R) in 1/2" cell Lovibond: 6.5 units Max
Refractive Index at 40 C: 1.4620 - 1.4630
Saponification Value: 189 - 195 units
Iodine value: 87- 96 units
Unsaponifiable matter %: 0.9 Max
Cloud point C: Acceptable between 4 and 7
Beller Turbidity temperature C: 39 .0 to 41.0
Argemone test, hexabromide test, mineral oil test, castor oil test, cotton oil test, Hydracyanic Acid test, Tricresyl Phosphate: Negative
Packing: - In bulk
- In 200 Kgs new mild steel drums (80 such drums to be stuffed into one 20 ft. container; total 16
  MT per container)
- ISO Tanks
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