Fatty Acid and Oleochemical Products
Twin Rives Technologies' Quincy, MA plant is RSPO certified to manufacture sustainable palm oil alternatives to our customers and has the ability to produce over 80 different types of fatty acids. TRT fatty acids can be used in many different production applications, including food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, textile, plastic, soap and detergents.
Applications for Coconut Fatty Acid include the manufacturing of soaps, as a surfactant, cleansing agent in the personal care market, and emulsifier or as a lubricant and grease in industrial fields.
Fractioned fatty acids are used as a raw material for the production of surfactants, acid chlorides, flavor and fragrances, lubricants, coating resins and solvents in the personal care and industrial markets.
Pure cut fatty acids are used in the manufacture of industrial cleaners, lubricants, detergents and personal care applications such as soap, laundry detergent, fabric softeners and dryer sheets.
Tallow fatty acids are animal derivatives and are used in a wide range of applications including oil field consumption, resins, industrial cleaners, personal care, and in rubber and textile industries.
Occuring naturally in various animal and vegetable fats and oils, Oleic Acid is used in the manufacturing of surfactants, soaps, plasticizers and as an emulsifying agent in foods and pharmaceuticals.
Vegetable fatty acid is a broad term for derivatives from plant and vegetable sources, used in a variety of cosmetics and personal care products, in fragrances, and as a surfactant or emulsifier.
Stearic acid is found in various animal and plant fats, and is one of the many useful types of saturated fatty acids that occurs naturally in various plants and animal derivatives. When used in cosmetic products, stearic acid primarily fulfills the role of a thickener or hardener.