In this article we will discuss the benefits of using bio based surfactants. This article will discuss the types of surfactants, the global market for these products, and LfsChemistry's services and products. In addition, we'll go over the environmental benefits of bio based surfactants. And, we'll touch on some of the costs that bio based surfactants reduce. This means that you can get rid of those by-products and impurities and reduce environmental costs.

LfsChemistry a company of bio based surfactants

LfsChemistry is a leader in the field of bio-based surfactants. These bio-based surfactants are manufactured by replacing hydrophobic carbon chains found in petroleum with fatty acids found in animal or vegetable oils. Coconut and palm kernel oils contain up to 60% lauric acid, a key ingredient in surfactants. The company has filed for a patent last year for this feedstock.

Bio-based surfactants are produced by a chemical or enzymatic reaction. They are usually obtained from biomass or biogenic carbon. However, most of the processes involved in making bio-based surfactants require petroleum-based feedstocks and chemicals that are not environmentally friendly. Enzymes are another option, but these are more expensive.

Types of surfactants

The market for bio based surfactants is segmented by product type, end-use, and geography. The key application areas of bio-based surfactants include personal care, household detergents, and industrial cleaners. Globally, bio-based surfactants are expected to experience a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period. A report by dataintelo explains that the bio-based surfactants market will grow at a CAGR of XX% from 2014 to 2024.

Biosurfactants are derived from microorganisms that produce amphiphilic metabolites with a wide structural diversity. Most biosurfactants consist of a hydrophilic head group and a hydrophobic tail group. These molecules also contain sugars, fatty acids, and carboxylic acid groups. Commercially-available microbial surfactants are mostly glycolipids, while lipopeptides are another class of high-interest biosurfactants.

Global market for surfactants

Various types of natural bio based surfactants are being used in the manufacturing of detergents, personal care products, and other items. Bio based surfactants are made from oils and fats extracted from various plants, including palm kernel oil and molasses. Bio based surfactants are typically nonionic and have various properties such as improved wash performance, less toxicity, and extreme pH stability.

The Global Bio Based Surfactants Market includes information on the market size and share, growth, latest news, and current strategies. The report also covers the market size and share of major players and discusses the impact of various factors on the demand for bio based surfactants. It also highlights the role of different types of bio based surfactants in different industries. This market report also includes information on Covid-19, a bio-based surfactant derived from a tree.

LfsChemistry Services & Products

Bio-based surfactants are derived from plants, animal fat, and glycerol. They can be produced from simple sources such as plant oil or fatty acids, or they can be complex. These bio-based surfactants are highly effective and are compatible with the vast majority of market sectors. However, they do have a few drawbacks. These disadvantages can cause bio-based surfactants to have a difficult time competing with conventional, fossil-based surfactants.

Although there is growing global demand for bio-based surfactants, the production of these bio-based surfactants is not yet commercially viable for most Asian companies. One of the primary challenges in manufacturing bio-based surfactants is their high cost. Biosurfactants do not offer competitive prices for Asian consumers, and their production process is highly complex and inefficient. As a result, the cost is prohibitively high and requires a high capital investment. Sophorolipids and amino acid surfactants can be priced in the range of USD 34 per kilogram.

LfsChemistry About us

LFS Chemistry was founded in early 2019 with a primary focus on providing uniquely-formulated chemistries for O&G applications. With combined executive leadership experience of over 50 years in Oil and Gas experience and oilfield chemistry, LFS boasts knowledge that is second-to-none. Facilities in Texas with strategic partnerships throughout NAM, as well our GCI partnership in Saudi Arabia, enable LFS’ footprint to create stability in volatile pricing markets or geopolitical conditions.