The role of polyaluminium chloride in industrial glycerin refining to remove impurities

Polyaluminum chloride is a commonly used impurity adsorbent for glycerin refining. Glycerin is a widely used chemical substance commonly used in the processing of industrial, medical, cosmetic and food industries, but is generally used in the processing of glycerin in the medical, cosmetic and food industries. It is extremely high and must be refined through refining and in all respects to meet its level standards, so it is rarely used, and industrial glycerin can be applied after refining to remove impurities.
Polyaluminum chloride is a commonly used impurity adsorbent for glycerin refining: due to the technical color of glycerin and other impurities, the use of industrial grade glycerin will be refined and put into use. In the glycerin refining process, it is usually mixed by dilution and then added to polyaluminum chloride for decolorization, and then vacuum filtered to achieve glycerol color removal and transparency. Moreover, the polyaluminum chloride has strong adsorption performance, and can remove various impurities such as electrolytes and non-electrolytes in glycerin to achieve refining effect.
Nowadays, in our daily life and industrial sectors, substances such as glycerin, which are involved in biological, physiological, pharmacological, and derivative fields, have contributed greatly to our life and technological development.

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