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Kukdong Food Grade White Oil and Paraffin Oil

The Different Between Mineral Oil and White Oil
Mineral Oil
Mineral oil is any of various colorless, odorless, light mixtures of higher alkanes obtained from crude oil through distillation and subsequent refining. Mineral oil consists mainly of hydrocarbon compounds. 
White Oil
White oils are highly refined mineral oils that are extremely pure, stable, colorless, odorless, non-toxic and chemically inert. These attributes make them perfect for any application that values these properties, such as pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and chemical processing. By hydrotreating, it produce colorless, odorless, tasteless oils where all components that might have any detrimental effects on their end usage, such as aromatics, sulphur or other impurities, have essentially been removed, resulting in a pure and thermally stable product. 
About Paraffin, Naphanic and Aromatic Oil
There are three major mineral oils and each of them have their own characteristics and behaviour. 
general formula: CnH2n+2 (n is a whole number, usually from 1 to 20) 
Saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons (chains).
Good viscosity-temperature relationship. 
straight- or branched-chain molecules 
can be gasses or liquids at room temperature depending upon the molecule 
examples: methane, ethane, propane, butane, isobutane, pentane, hexane 
Napthenes or Cycloalkanes 
general formula: CnH2n (n is a whole number usually from 1 to 20
Saturated alicyclic hydrocarbons (rings).  
rings contain only single bonds between the carbon atoms 
Viscosity-temperature relationship not as good as with paraffinic oils.
typically liquids at room temperature examples: cyclohexane, methyl cyclopentane 
general formula: C6H5 - Y (Y is a longer, straight molecule that connects to the benzene ring) 
Unsaturated cyclic hydrocarbons (rings), eg benzene derivates. Not suitable for use in lubricants, as they are very reactive and some types are carcinogenic. 
rings contain six carbon atoms, with alternating double and single bonds between the carbons 
typically liquids examples: benzene, napthalene 

What is Food Grade White Oil
The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements including FDA 21 CFR for appropriate use, ingredient and albeling review. Food grade white oil is a white oil that comply to NSF Standard as below. 
H1 lubricants are food-grade lubricants used in food processing environments where there is some possibility of incidental food contact.
H2 lubricants are lubricants used on equipment and machine parts in locations where there is no possibility that the lubricant or lubricated surface contacts food. 
H3 lubricants, also known as soluble or edible oil, are used to clean and prevent rust on hooks, trolleys and similar equipment.

Food Grade Lubricant Explanation Video

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Fiber - White Oil, Liquid Paraffin, Process Oil

Food Grade White Oil

Industry - Prcess Oil, Emulsion, Diluent, Plasticizer, Extender


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