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Triglycerides

Triglycerides is an ester derived from glycerol and three fatty acids.Triglycerides are formed by combining glycerol with three molecules of fatty acid.Triglycerides, as major components of very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) and chylomicrons, play an important role in metabolism as energy sources and transporters of dietary fat.Triglycerides are split into monoacylglycerol and free fatty acids in a process called lipolysis, with the secretion of lipases and bile, which are subsequently moved to absorptive enterocytes, cells lining the intestines. The triglycerides are rebuilt in the enterocytes from their fragments and packaged together with cholesterol and proteins to form chylomicrons.Triglycerides cannot pass through cell membranes freely. Special enzymes on the walls of blood vessels called lipoprotein lipases must break down triglycerides into free fatty acids and glycerol. Fatty acids can then be taken up by cells via the fatty acid transporter (FAT).Triglycerides are also split into their components via transesterification during the manufacture of biodiesel. The resulting fatty acid esters can be used as fuel in diesel engines.

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Triiodomethane

Triiodomethane is the organoiodine compound. It has a penetrating odor and, analogous to chloroform, sweetish taste. It is occasionally used as a disinfectant. Around the beginning of the 20th century it was used in medicine as a healing and antiseptic dressing for wounds and sores, although this use is now superseded by superior antiseptics. It is the active ingredient in many ear powders for dogs and cats, to prevent infection and facilitate removal of ear hair, along with zinc oxide and propanoic acid.

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Triiron Tetroxide

Triiron tetroxide is one of a number of iron oxides. It is found in nature as the mineral magnetite. It is used as a black pigment. It is also used as a catalyst in the Haber process and in the water gas shift reaction. Nano particles of triiron tetroxide are used as contrast agents in MRI scanning. Along with sulfur and aluminum, it is an ingredient in thermate a specific type of thermite useful for cutting steel.

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Triisobutylene

Triisobutylene is a mixture of highly branched C12 iso olefins. It is used to make rubber products, oil additives and motor fuels.

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Trilube 112

Trilube 112 is a clear to light yellow, low viscosity liquid derived from esterification of hydrogenated coconut oil. It will consist predominantly of methyl laurate but also contains small amounts of similar esters such as methyl oleate and methyl palmitate. Trilube 112 is a non-emulsifying fatty ester. Because of the low molecular weight of coconut fatty acids, it is less viscous and more volatile than most other fatty methyl esters. Its solvent and lubricating properties make it useful to formulators. It is also readily bio-degradable. Trilube 112 is normally shipped in 180kg plastic drums or 850kg IBCs.

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Trilube 118

Trilube 118 is a yellow, low viscosity liquid derived from canola oil. It consists predominantly of methyl oleate but there are also smaller amounts of similar esters such as methyl linoleate. It is also readily biodegradable. The solvent properties of Trilube 118 are excellent, and it can be readily formulated with surfactants to render it self-emulsifying in water. Trilube 118 can be used in many applications where mineral oils are used. Trilube 118 is normally shipped in 180kg plastic drums or 900kg IBCs.

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Trilube 119

Trilube 119 is a yellow, low viscosity liquid derived from Soyabean oil. Trilube 119 is the ester prepared from soy-derived C16- and C18- saturated and C18- unsaturated fatty acids and methanol. It contains predominately methyl linoleate but also contains some methyl oleate. Trilube 119 is non-toxic. It is also readily biodegradable. The solvent properties of Trilube 119 are excellent, and it can be readily formulated with surfactants to render itself emulsifying in water. Trilube 119 can be used in many applications where mineral oils are used. Trilube 119 is normally shipped in 200 L plastic drums or 1000 litre IBCs.

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Trilube 128

Trilube 128 is a yellow, low viscosity ester derived from canola oil. It consists predominantly of ethyl oleate but there are also smaller amounts of similar esters such as ethyl linoleate. Trilube 128 is non-toxic. It is also readily biodegradable. The solvent properties of Trilube 128 are excellent, and it can be readily formulated with surfactants to render itself emulsifying in water. Trilube 128 can be used in many applications where mineral oils are used. Trilube 128 is normally shipped in 200 L plastic drums or 1000 litre IBCs.

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Trilube 136

Trilube 136 is a high purity ester of Isopropanol and Palmitic acid. It is a clear, low viscosity liquid which conforms to USP34/NF29 requirements, and is suitable for use in cosmetic creams and topical medicinal preparations. Trilube 136 is predominantly used in personal care applications as an emollient and/or solvent (liquid products), or as a binder (solid products). Trilube 136 is available in 175 kg metal drums.

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Trilube 187

Trilube 187 is a clear, light coloured, low viscosity ester of 2 ethylhexanol and stearic acid. Trilube 187 is used in the Water miscible cutting fluids, Component in hydraulic fluids, Lubricating formulations. Trilube 187 is normally shipped in 180 kg drums or 850 kg IBCs.

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