Paraffin wax is a byproduct of the oil purification process. Through a dewaxing process that crude oil undergoes, paraffin wax is derived and is then processed further for use in products.
Today, petroleum-based paraffin wax can be found in candles, wax paper, polishes, cosmetics, and electrical insulators, among other commercial items.
This product is available in two types: Semi Refined Paraffin Wax and Fully Refined Paraffin Wax.
The difference between fully refined paraffin wax and semi-refined paraffin wax is:
- The main difference between fully refined paraffin wax and semi-refined paraffin wax is the oil content. The oil content of fully refined paraffin wax is less than semi-refined paraffin wax.
- semi-refined paraffin: darker color – fully refined paraffin: lighter color.
- semi-refined paraffin: suitable for the manufacture of candles, crayons, packaging paper, cultural and educational supplies, general telecommunications materials and wood processing, light industry, chemical raw materials and so on.
- Fully refined paraffin: suitable for high-frequency porcelain, carbon paper, stylus wax paper, precision casting, decorative sound-absorbing panels and other wax.
Typical packing is slab which can be packed in carton, PP (poly propylene) bags and there is the possibility of palatalizing too.
White labeling and private labeling are also possible by customer request.
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