Paraffin Wax

Paraffin Wax is a petroleum wax made from deoiled slack wax. Paraffin wax is brittle and has a melting point between 54 and 71 degrees Centigrade. Paraffin waxes impart high resistance to moisture. Having qualities like high resistance, brittle and a low melting point this petroleum wax has a high content of saturated hydrocarbons.

After undergoing various purification and refining process with application of modern and eco-friendly techniques Paraffin Wax is graded into 3 types:

  • Type-I : Used for paper conversion in Food Packaging industry , Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals
  • Type-IIUsed for manufacturing Candles, Tarpaulins, Shoe Polish   Tyres & Metal Casings.
  • Type-III : This is used in manufacturing of Match boxes etc.

Paraffin Wax - AX1 - First Grade (Type I)

 Fully Refined Paraffin Wax
No.
Characteristics
Specifications
1
Melting Range (0°C)
58 - 60
2
Oil Content
0.5% w/w (max)
3
Color
White
4
Odor
<2
5
Needle Penetration (1/10 mm)
<18

*All values are taken on samples of one batch and the specification may vary from batch to batch. Buyers are requested to kindly demand the specifications of the specific batch they will purchase.

       USES
  • Skin Ointment
  • Hair Vaseline
  • Cold Cream
  • Cosmetic preparations
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
Semi Refined Paraffin Wax
No.
Characteristics
Specifications
 
India
Iran
China
1
Melting Range (o C)
54°C - 62°C
58°C -60°C
58°C - 64°C
2
Oil Content
0.5 - 4.0
3% - 5%
1.8 % w/w (max)
3
Color (Saybolt)
White to Off-white
White to Off-white
White
9
Flash Point
250-280°C
250-280°C
250-280°C

*All values are taken on samples of one batch and the specification may vary from batch to batch. Buyers are requested to kindly demand the specifications of the specific batch they will purchase.

       USES
  • Candles, torches, tapers, matches, floor polishes
  • Car polishes, corrosion protectors
  • Electrical industries, cable filling compounds
  • Tires and rubber products, as ozone protection
  • Paper production
  • Carbon paper, crayons and pencils