|NO||Item||Cholesterol FG (80%)|
|2||Peroxide Value mmol/Kg||20max|
|Min 95% through sieve 60mesh 1.0%|
|5||Loss on Drying, %||0.3 max.|
|6||Purity, % (G.C.)||80% min.|
Wool grease, a byproduct of wool scouring, is the source of cholesterol feed, an almost odorless, white powder. Alkaline hydrolysis of the wool grease produces lanolin alcohol, which is then used to extract the cholesterol.
Cholesterol FG is a crucial part of the diet for shrimp farming because it strengthens the immune system and speeds up their growth.Cholesterol cannot be synthesized by the shrimp and has therefore to be added to the shrimp feed. As an additive for shrimp feed Cholesterol is an essential molecule for the synthesis of molting and sex hormones, bile acids, vitamin D and is a building block for shrimp tissues.
Cholesterol is an essential ingredient in diets for shrimp farming as it improves the immune system and growth of crustaceans. It can reduce susceptibility to diseases by strengthening their immune system. Cholesterol improves the food conversion ratio (FCR) by improving the shrimps weight gain. Shrimps need cholesterol as building block for shrimp tissue needed for the moulding process. Cholesterol cannot be synthesized by the shrimp themselves.
Soluble in Acetic Acid, Acetone, Alcohol, Benzene, Chloroform, Dioxane, Ether, Ethyl Acetate, Hexane, Pyridine, Toluene and Vegetable Oils. Insoluble in Water.
Store in sealed containers under normal cool, dry and well ventilated
|Shelf life||2 years|