Lecithin from Sunflower

Project @ a Glance
  • Lecithin is mostly a mixture of glycolipids, triglycerides, and phospholipids.
  • Lecithin is regarded as a well tolerated and non-toxic surfactant. Lecithin is an integral part of cell membranes, and can be totally metabolized, so it is virtually non-toxic to humans.
  • The lecithin is obtained by degumming the extracted oil of oil seeds. The lecithin is a mixture of various phospholipids, and the compositions depends on the origin of the lecithin.
  • Lecithin has a great diversity of applications from chocolate, margarine, instantized products, baked goods and baby food to food supplements.
  • Sunflower - Product profile
  • About Sunflower
  • Sunflower Lecithin
  • Sunflower Lecithin Information
  • Sunflower seed processing
  • Sunflower Lecithin uses


  • Product Profile
  • Lecithin Product Specification
  • Liquid Lecithin specification
  • Lecithin Powder
  • Organic Lecithin Granule
  • Liquid Lecithin


  • Technology , Plant & Machinery  supplier
  • Production Technology Of Lecithin From The Phosphatide Concentrates Of Sunflower Oil
  • Degumming process
  • Extraction technology & equipment
  • Moisture Control in Lecithin Powder
  • Cold Pressed Oils
  • Lecithin Processing
  • Lecithin Gum Rheology and Processing Implications
  • Sunflower Lecithin Hydrolysis
  • Kinetic study of Sunflower Lecithin Hydrolysis
  • Supercritical alcoholysis of sunflower wet sludge to produce fatty esters

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  • Equipment supplier
  • Machinery suppliers