Paraffin Wax

Paraffin wax, in solid state are usually white, translucent, tasteless, and odorless.

Paraffin wax consisting of a mixture of solid straight-chain hydrocarbons ranging in melting point from about 48° to 66° C (120° to 150° F). Paraffin wax is obtained from petroleum by dewaxing light lubricating oil stocks. It is used in candles, wax paper, polishes, cosmetics, and electrical insulators. It assists in extracting perfumes from flowers, forms a base for medical ointments, and supplies a waterproof coating for wood. In wood and paper matches, it helps to ignite the matchstick by supplying an easily vaporized hydrocarbon fuel.

Features & Uses:
• Candle Manufacturing
• Paper Industries
• Making Match Sticks
• Candle Manufacturing
• Coatings for waxed paper or cloth
• Fruits, Chocolates, Candy etc. To Make Them Shiny and Fresh
• Anti-caking agent, moisture repellent, and dust binding coatings for fertilizers
• Ink. Used as the basis for solid ink different color blocks of wax for thermal printers.
• Used In Blending of the Other Petroleum and Jelly Products & Many More ….

Last modified on Friday, 28 August 2020 02:31
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