Baking is always a fun family activity and not one that you would immediately associate with Vynova’s product portfolio. However, potassium derivatives from Vynova play a hidden, but important, role in making your baking a mouth-watering success.
The use of biodiesel has been growing significantly for some time. And it’s easy to see why: it’s renewable, clean burning and suitable for use in existing diesel engines. However, it’s important that the fuel is made correctly in order to maximise its efficiency and sustainability. This is where potassium hydroxide (KOH) from Vynova plays an essential role, serving as catalyst in the biodiesel production process.
When producing any type of cleaning product, the base needs to have certain characteristics. For example, it needs to be a strong chemical base, react well with grease and fats, have a high affinity for water and be able to degrade various materials. Potassium hydroxide (KOH) has all these characteristics and more.
“Oxygen is the greatest enemy of wine” according to Louis Pasteur, the father of modern microbiology. However, there are ways to defeat this enemy, extending the longevity of wine and preserving its flavours. To discover how to achieve this, we need to take a look at the role of oxygen in the production and storage of wine.
Alkaline batteries have literally become an essential part of our lives. They are used in everything from hearing aids to remote controls, toys and video games. In fact, the industry has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry since its inception in the 1950s. The market for alkaline batteries is expected to grow to a value of 8 billion euros by the year 2022.