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Epoxidized Soybean Oil Market Channel Investments towards Production Facility Expansion 2026

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Epoxidized Soybean Oil Market Channel Investments towards Production Facility Expansion 2026
Epoxidized Soybean Oil Market Channel Investments towards Production Facility
Expansion 2026
Epoxidized soybean oil, also known as, ESBO, is used as a plasticizer in polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
plastics. It is used as a plasticizer as well as a remover or neutralizer for hydrochloric acid that is
liberated from PVC while the PVC is being subjected to heat treatment. It is highly recommended
to boost the epoxidized soybean oil production rate, as, this substance is known to be an efficient
substitute of a class of toxic substances known as phthalates, as plasticizer, as many countries have
banned phthalates due to the negative effects caused by them on the human health.Certain
vegetable oils, for instance soybean oil, is usually epoxidized by reacting the double bonds present
in the oil and a peroxyacid (mostly peroxyformic or peroxyacetic acid) made in situ by reacting
certain amount of concentrated hydrogen peroxide with formic or acetic acid having a mineral acid
as catalyst.Other than being used as a plasticizers, epoxidized soybean oil also are flavor &
fragrance, fuel additives, functional fluids, and pigment dispersion agents.They are widely used in
industries like adhesives & sealants, food & beverages and healthcare & pharmaceuticals.
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Epoxidized soybean oil, also known as ESBO or ESO, is suitable for many applications in many
end-use industries. Epoxidized soybean oil is known to have resistance to temperature, it is
environmental friendly, and is cheap and easily available.The above qualities of Epoxidized
soybean oil makes it in high demand in various industries as they can serve various purposes like
transparent films, coatings, laminations and others. Epoxidized soybean oil is known to substitute
the use of the harmful compound phthalates which again is a major reason for the growth of the
Epoxidized soybean oil market globally in the future.However the toxicity of Epoxidized soybean
oil must be considered before its intake. The tolerable daily intake (i.e TDI) of Epoxidized soybean
oil assigned by the Scientific Committee on Food (SCF) of the EU is 1 mg/kg body weight.
Repeated and increased oral administration has shown to affect the liver, kidney, testis and uterus
on a large scale.In spite of the toxicity, various number of industrial applications will attribute to
the increase in the market of Epoxidized soybean oil in the developed as well as the developing
countries.
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The Epoxidized soybean oil market in Europe is expected to register very steady growth rates in
the world. This is mainly as a result of the growth of adhesives, food and beverage, healthcare and
pharmaceuticals, and sealants end-user industries in the developing as well as the developed
countries, few of them are Germany, France, the UK, Italy, and Turkey.In North America, the
segment of UV cure application is a major market for Epoxidized soybean oil, due to the
establishment of huge number of sealants, coatings and other end-user manufacturing
industries. The region of Asia-Pacific also has some major players in the market of Epoxidized
soybean oil due to fast growing rate of industrialization in countries like India and China.
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Few of the key player in epoxidized soybean oil market are Ferro Corporation, Arkema SA,
Guangzhou Xinjinlong Chemical Additives Co. Ltd., The DOW Chemical Company, Galata
Chemicals, Makwell Plasticizers Pvt. Ltd., Shandong Longkou Longda Chemical Industry
Co. Ltd., Hairma Chemicals, Shenzen Kaiqi Chemical Co. Ltd., Inbra Indústrias Químicas
Ltda, CHS Inc., etc.
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