RBDW Rapeseed/Canola Oil

RBDW Rapeseed/Canola Oil
RBD Rapeseed/Canola Oil
Rapeseed oil, also known as Canola, has a mild flavour and can be produced in either liquid or in solid form. It’s about 7% lower in saturated fats than any other oil, and benefits from more mono-unsaturated fats, which have shown to reduce blood cholesterol level
Application:
Rapeseed and canola oil are commonly used for pan-frying and deep-frying due to a high smoke point. Rapeseed oil can be used by itself as a salad or cooking oil, or blended with other vegetable oils in the manufacture of margarine, mayonnaise, shortenings, cooking and salad oils.

REFINED CANOLA/RAPESEED OIL SPECIFICATIONS

REFINED CANOLA/RAPESEED OIL SPECIFICATIONS

CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS:

Free Fatty Acid: 0.1 – 0.15% max
Peroxide Value: 1.0 – 2.0 meq/kg max
Color (Lovibond): 12.0 – 15.0 Yellow / 1.5 – 2.0 Red
Iodine Value (Wijs): 100 - 122
Moisture: 0.05 %max
AOM: 20 hrs min
Cold Test: 5.5 - 12 hrs min
Refractive Index @ 40oC: 1.460 – 1.467
Specific Gravity @ 25oC: 0.914 – 0.920
Saponification Value: 182 – 193
Smoke Point: 460 – 530oF
Flash Point: 610 – 640oF
Fire Point: 670 – 690oF
FATTY ACID PROPERTIES:

C16:0 Palmitic 3.0 – 5.0%
C16:1 Palmitoleic 0.2 – 0.3%
C18:0 Stearic 1.0 – 3.0%
C18:1 Oleic 56.0 – 76.0%
C18:2 Linoleic 10.0 – 24.0%
C18:3 Linolenic 4.0 – 13.0%
C22:1 Erucic 0.2 – 1.8%
FATTY ACID DISTRIBUTION:

Saturated 4.3 – 7.4%
Monosaturated 54.4 – 65.0%
Polyunsaturated 27.2 – 37.0%