Methyl Ester KO
Fatty acid methyl esters are a type of fatty acid ester that are derived by transesterification of fats with methanol. With a melting point of around 8-10°C, they can be liquid or soft solid.
Methyl Ester KO Low Cloud Point
Methyl esters with this low temperature property could be used in a range of applications. With a melting point between 3-8°C, they can be liquid or soft solid.
This is a butyl ester of commercial-grade stearic acid. Its melting point is around normal ambient temperatures, so in summer it is usually a liquid, and in winter a soft solid.