Jatropha Curcas also known as Ratanjot, Van Erand or Moghal Erand. Use of Jatropha seeds for Biodiesel process offers great hope of being developed. It is very profitable crop. It can be cultivate in stony, gradient sandy oil and in the land of tiny deepness. The oil extracted from the seeds of Jatropha is known as Jatropha oil. The oil extracted from the seeds is non-edible and is used in making soaps, cosmetics, colors, candles and wool. The oil cake is used in making plastics and synthetic fibers. Jatropha oil characterstics are rich in medicinal properties and is used in treatment of skin-diseases, paralysis, toothache, stomachache etc. Its mixture with cowurine is used as a Bio-Insecticide. Specifications : Jetropha Seed (Machine Cleaned) Color Blackish Purity 99% Foreign Matter 1% Max Oil Content 25 TO 30 % (Max) Origin South Africa Packing In strong pp bags 30/50 kg packing net/gross 1fcl/20ft 16mt/1fcl Used Medicinal purpose & oil purpose & Fertilizers
99% Pure Jatropha Seeds Jatropha curcas is found in the tropics and subtropics and likes heat, although it does well even in lower temperatures and can withstand a light frost. Its water requirement is extremely low and it can stand long periods of drought by shedding most of its leaves to reduce transpiration loss. Jatropha is also suitable for preventing soil erosion and shifting of sand dunes. Jatropha The oil from Jatropha curcas is mainly converted into biodiesel for use in diesel engines. The cake can be used for fish or animal feed (if detoxified), biomass feedstock to power electricity plants, or as biogas or high-quality organic fertilizer. It can also be used as a bio-pesticide and for medicinal purposes. The crude oil harvested from Jatropha seeds needs to be processed into a diesel before it can even begin to compete with other energy sources. Jatropha biodiesel is the processed form of Jatropha oil and gets its power from the energy rich bonds found in fatty acid methyl esters (FAME). Here is how manufacturers take oil from a tropical succulent to a high grade biodiesel.
Natural Cultivation Jatropha Seed with Shell, Oil content min 40%~45%, 2017 harvest, MOQ 50MT, Cleaned & Packed with PP bag, African Origin, SGS &FDA certification grade.
Many alternative Bio Diesel fuels have been shown to improve exhaust emissions than traditional Diesel fuel. Jatropha Bio diesel holds promise as fuel alternatives in diesel engine development continues. Research has shown that jatropha bio diesel properties are of the highest grade. Improves engine performance, is very similar to diesel fossil fuel. Bio Diesel is non toxic, bio degradable and a renewable fuel. The Global emissions regulations have placed design limitations on heavy duty diesel engines, taking us into a directional trend towards cleaner burning fuel sources. Jatropha bio diesel is growing Worldwide !! Bio diesel performs better than Petroleum diesel, reduces serious air pollutants such as particulates, carbon monoxides, hydrocarbons and air toxins. Mutagencity studies show that bio diesel dramatically reduces potential risk of cancer and birth defects. Port Available: Port Klang, Malaysia Payment Term : Letter Of Credit Min. Order : 500 mt Supply Ability : 100,000 mt monthly
Germination Rate- 75-80% Oil Content û 30-32% Moisture û10% Monthly Supplying Capacity: 150 MT Min. Order Quantity: 1 MT
Analysis of the Jatropha seed shows the following chemical composition : Moisture 6.20% Protein 18.00% Fat 38.00% Carbohydrates 17.00% Fiber 15.50 % Asg 5.30% The oil content is 35 - 40 in the see and 50 - 60 % in the kermel. The oil contains 21% satured fatty acids and 79 % unsaturated fatty acids. There are some chemicals elements in the seed which are poisonous and render the oil not appropriate for human consumption. It is significant to point out that, the non-edible vegetable oil of jatropha curcas has the requisite potential of providing a promising and commercially viable alternative to diesel oil since it has desirable physicochemical and performance characteristics comparable to diesel. Cars could be run with Jatropha Curcas without requiring much change in design. The chemical analysis of Jatropha Curcas is given in Table (1). ITEM VALUE Acid value 38.2 Saponification value 195.0 Iodine value 101.7 Viscosity (31Ã?Â°C) "Fatty Acid" 40.4 Palmitic acid % 4.2 Stearic acid % 6.9 Oleic acid % 43.1 Linoleic acid % 34.3