Castor oil comes from the castor seed, Ricinus communis, which has a very unusual chemical composition. Castor oil is a triglyceride, comprised of fatty acids, 90 percent of which is ricinoleic acid. This unique fatty acid is found in lower concentrations in a few other seeds and oils (0.27 percent in cotton seed oil and 0.03 percent in soybean oil) and is thought to be responsible for castor oil’s unique healing properties. The castor seed plant is native to India.

The oil has a very consistent viscosity and won’t freeze, which makes it ideal for lubricating equipment in severely cold climates. Modern non-medicinal uses for castor oil include:

  • Food additive and flavoring agent
  • Mold inhibitor
  • Ingredient in skin care products and cosmetics (lipstick, shampoo, soap, and others)
  • Used in the manufacturing of plastics, rubbers, synthetic resins, fibers, paints, varnishes, lubricants, sealants, dyes, and leather treatments; the lubricants company Castrol took its name from castor oil.

AppearancePale Yellow, Viscous Clear Liquid
m.I.V, w%0.25 Max
F.F>A.( as oleic), w%1.00 Max
Acid Value, mgKOH/g2.00 Max
Iodine Value, mgKOH/g82-90
Saponification value, mgKOH/g177-185
Hydroxyl value, mgKOH/g160 Min
Insoluble impurities0.02%
Ricinoleic Acid85% Min
Colour on Loyibond in 5.25" Cell-20.0 Max R-2.0 Max
Packing21.5 Mts per flexi tank
SupplyRound the year


Sesame oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from sesame seeds. It is also known as gingelly oil an til oil. State of art equipments are used by us for crushing and sorting out of sesame seeds and hence transforming it into oil. Sesame seeds of optimum quality are selected for the purpose of transforming it into splendid radiant oil.

Besides being used as a cooking oil in South India, it is often used as a flavour enhancer in Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Korean, and South-east Asian cuisine.The oil from the nutrient-rich seed is popular in alternative medicine, from traditional massages and treatments to the modern day. The traditional Indian medical practice of Ayurveda uses sesame oil. The oil is popular in Asia and is also one of the earliest-known crop-based oils, but world-wide mass modern production continues to be limited even today due to the inefficient manual harvesting process required to extract the oil.


Sap value188-193
Iodine Value103-120
FFA3.5% Max
Acid Value7% Max
Boudovin TestPositive
Packing5 Ltr/Jar, 4 in one box
SupplyRound the year