Rectified ethyl alcohol (food ethyl alcohol)
Rectified ethyl alcohol, depending on the degree of purification, is available in the following grades:
Ethyl alcohol meets the requirements of GOST 5962-67 with amendments 1,2,3,4. This standard applies to ethyl alcohol obtained by rectification of raw ethyl alcohol produced from wheat grain GOST 9353-90.
Ethyl alcohol has a characteristic odor and a burning taste, is very hygroscopic, intensively absorbs water from air, plant and animal tissues. Miscible in any ratio with water, ether, glycerin, gasoline and other organic solvents.
Ethyl alcohol is used in the food industry for the preparation of alcoholic beverages, wine wines, as a reducing agent for copper from oxides. In addition, ethyl alcohol is widely used in paint and varnish, leather, electronic, chemical, medical, perfumery, pharmaceutical and other industries.
Ethanol head fraction (EAF)
EAF is a by-product of the alcohol industry, it is obtained by producing rectified ethyl alcohol from food raw materials and meets the requirements of TSh 18-81-2012.
EAF is used for technical needs and the production of ethyl technical rectified alcohol.
Fusel oils are a by-product of rectification of ethyl alcohol, is produced according to GOST 17071-91 and is a mixture of alcohols: amyl, isobutyl, H-propyl and ethyl. In addition, fusel oils contain water and a small amount of other organic compounds.
Fusel oils serve as raw materials for the production of industrial alcohols, which are used in food, pharmaceutical, perfumery, paint and varnish and other industries.
Barda is a waste product from the production of ethyl alcohol – a suspension of light brown color with the smell of grain.
Barda is used by the population, farms to feed livestock.