INL

Bulk Products

In running its business, INL uses the latest processing machines and controlled by experienced experts in their fields. To strengthen facilities and infrastructure, INL has been certified nationally and internationally, so that its products can be accepted worldwide. We have exported these quality products to Bangladesh,  Pakistan,  South Korea, UAE,  India, Tanzania,  Senegal,  Nigeria,  Jordan, Sri Lanka,  Sudan,  USA,  Croatia &  China.

Below are our bulk products with international standards that you can order in tonnage units.

Crude Palm Oil

Crude Palm Oi

is an edible oil that is extracted from the pulp of oil palm fruits and it is an important vegetable oil that is used as the raw material for both food and non-food industries. Main usage of Crude Palm Oil is for edible purposes after refining, and some was also used for energy purpose by turning it into biodiesel with Glycerine as the by product.

Crude Palm Oil specifications as below :

  • FFA as Palmitic : 5.0% Max
  • Moisture & Impurities (M&I) : 0.5% Max
Palm Fatty Acid Distillate (PFAD)

PFAD (Palm Fatty Acid Distillate)

is product of crude palm oil after refining. PFAD is used in many industries such as laundry soap, animal feed industries and also as raw material for the oleo chemical industry. PFAD is also often considered as a valuable and low cost raw material for bio-diesel production. It is composed of free fatty acids which are oleic, stearic and palmitic.

Palm Fatty Acid Distillate specifications as below :

  • FFA as Palmitic : 70% Min
  • Moisture & Impurities (M&I) : 1% Max
  • Saponifiable Matter : 95% Min
RBDPO

RBD Palm Oil

is derived from the process of refined, bleached and deodorized crude palm oil. One of the main applications of RBD Palm Oil is for cooking oil and formula for shortening, margarine and other edible purposes. RBD PO can also be processed further into RBD Palm Olein and RBD Palm Stearin.

RBD Palm Oil specifications as below :

  • FFA as Palmitic : 0.1% Max
  • Moisture & Impurities (M&I) : 0.1% Max
  • Iodine Value (IV) : 50 – 55
  • Melting Point : 36 – 39°C
  • Color (5 1/4 Lovibond Cell) : 3 Red Max
RBDPO

RBD Palm Oil

is derived from the process of refined, bleached and deodorized crude palm oil. One of the main applications of RBD Palm Oil is for cooking oil and formula for shortening, margarine and other edible purposes. RBD PO can also be processed further into RBD Palm Olein and RBD Palm Stearin.

RBD Palm Oil specifications as below :

  • FFA as Palmitic : 0.1% Max
  • Moisture & Impurities (M&I) : 0.1% Max
  • Iodine Value (IV) : 50 – 55
  • Melting Point : 36 – 39°C
  • Color (5 1/4 Lovibond Cell) : 3 Red Max
RBDP OLEIN

RBD Palm Olein

is obtained from the fractionation of RBD Palm Oil which undergoes the process of crystallization at a controlled temperature in which RBD Palm oil is chilled until crystals are formed. One of the most prominent applications of RBD Palm Olein includes salad and cooking oils.

RBD Palm Olein specifications as below :

Olein IV 56

  • FFA as Palmitic : 0.1% Max
  • M&I : 0.1% Max
  • Melting Point : 24°C Max
  • Color : 3 Red Max

Olein IV 58

  • FFA as Palmitic : 0.1% Max
  • M & I : 0.1% Max
  • CP : 8 °C Max
  • Color : 3 Red Max

Olein IV 60

  • FFA as Palmitic : 0.1% Max
  • M & I : 0.1% Max
  • C P : 6 °C Max
  • Color : 2 Red Max
RBD PALM STEARIN

RBD Palm Stearin

RBD Palm Stearin is obtained from fractionating RBD Palm Oil to separate Olein from Stearin. RBD Palm Stearin is an essential raw materials used by shortening and margarine industries, as a source for producing specialty fats for coating in confectionery and also used in the manufacturing of oleochemicals.

RBD Palm Stearin specifications as below :

  • FFA as Palmitic : 0.2% Max
  • Moisture & Impurities (M&I) : 0.15% Max
  • Iodine Value (IV) : 48 Max
  • Melting Point : 44°C Min
  • Color (5 1/4 Lovibond Cell) : 3 Red Max

Whatever your needs regarding derivative products of crude palm oil, please don’t hesitate to ask for complete information via email to: cs@inl.co.id

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