is the first in the region to produce fatty alcohols via the fatty acid route
using the German-based Lurgi-designed process. This keeps the company equipped
with the latest advances in coconut oil downstream technology.
include: fat splitting, fatty acid distillation, fractionation and saponification;
fatty alcohol hydrogenation, distillation and fractionation; and glycerine evaporation,
distillation and bleaching.
makes possible a plant capacity of approximately 36,000 MT of fatty alcohol, 55,000
MT of fatty acid, 12,000 MT of glycerine and 7,200 MT of soap noodles where indigenous crude and
processed coconut oil is used.
operating sections are supported by other auxiliaries, such as the hydrogen plant,
nitrogen section, utility plant, power plant, laboratory, and mechanical, electrical
and instrumentation workshops.