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Oleris® Bio-Materials

Supplier: Arkema


The Oleris® product range from Arkema features a range of oleochemicals and functional fatty acids derived from renewable castor oil.

These 100% bio-based materials can be used to develop sustainable technologies for several different application areas, including cosmetics, synthetic lubricants, polymerization, flavors and fragrances, industrial markets, and more.

The Oleris® product line features C7, C11 and C18 oleochemicals and includes Esterol A, Esterol F, Methyl Undecylenate, Undecylenic Acid, n-Heptaldehyde, n-Heptanoic Acid, and n-Heptanol.

These advanced bio-materials are developed in accordance with green chemistry principles and are high purity, REACH registered, and GMO-free.


  • Chemical Intermediate
  • Cosmetics
  • Flavors and Fragrances
  • Synthetic Lubricants
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Bio-Content Basis: 100% – Supplier data

Renewable Feedstock: Produced from castor oil

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