Esters are the reaction product between an alcohol and a carboxylic acid. This definition brings a wide variety of products. We have broken the range down according to the starting alcohol type.
Monoalcohol esters are the reaction product of a monovalent alcohol and a fatty acid. Variation in both the alcohol part (hydrophilic) and the fatty acid (lipophilic) results in a difference in polarity. This results in a wide range of applications in many different sectors.
Monoalcohol Esters - products
Ethylene glycol esters
Ethylene glycol esters are the reaction product of monoethylene glycol and a fatty acid.
Glycerol esters - products
PEG esters - products
Propylene glycol esters
Propylene glycol esters - products
Sorbitan esters - products
Polyglycerolesters are emulsifiers and solubililizers made out of renewable feedstocks. Polyglycerol is produced with glycerin which is obtained by the hydrolysation of vegetable oils.