Green Rubber Process Oil 40

Description of Green Rubber Process Oil 40

Green Rubber Process Oil 40 or TDAE is a group of aromatic paraffinic oils that we know them to have green rubber oils due to aromatic polycyclic aromatic compounds less than 3% of which are harmful and hazardous in the environment.

The characteristics of this carbon dioxide are lower in aromatics and we use them in flexural rubber industries.

  • PROPERTIES

  • Good abrasion resistance
  • Good low temperature flexibility 
  • Low amounts of waste tires in the process
  • Good resistance to reversion 
  • Save fuel and energy consumption
  • Extended tires life time 
  • Low enviromental impact

Application of Green Rubber Oil 

Micron traffic, butyl tubes, fire equipment, gardening equipment, LPG tubes, rubber tiles, car tires.

Passenger car tire remained leading market segment in 2013, holding significant majority share in volume as well as value sales. Urban cities in  Emirate, are among leading demand generators for tires. Industry events such as auto mechanize’ and green auto show’ also have a profound impact on Emirate is ever-growing automotive trade, which in turn are influencing tire sales in country. Global automotive tire manufacturers such as bridge stone, Michelin, continental, Goodyear are key tire players.  Emirate is among major economic epicenters in gulf cooperation council due to  presence of significant oil reserves. On account of significant industrial growth,  country’s automotive industry has been flourishing at a rapid pace. All these factors are creating significant impetus in the country’s tire demand.

Packing of Green Rubber Oil 

Green Rubber Process Oil will be packed in Flexi Tank & also in Drum 200kg. 80 drums in 20` container.

TEST DATA SHEET OF GREEN RUBBER OIL 40

 

Green Rubber Process Oil 20

General Description of Green Rubber Process Oil 20 (TDAE)

Green Rubber Process Oil 20 or Green Persis oil is a group of aromatic paraffinic oils that are known to have green rubber oils due to aromatic polycyclic aromatic compounds less than 3% of which are harmful and hazardous in the environment.

Because the environmental index has a pca of <3%, it is used mostly in the European and first-world countries and the world’s most trusted branding brands.

Of the characteristics of this oil except pca <3%, is the very high flash point and very low sulfur (less than 3%).

  • TDAE (Treated Distillate Aromatic Extract) is a non carcinogenic mineral oil, used as aromatic process oils for the manufacture of oil extended natural or synthetic rubber and tire compounds.

PROPERTIES

  • Good abrasion resistance
  • Good low temperature flexibility
  • Low amounts of waste tires in the process
  • Good resistance to reversion
  • Save fuel and energy consumption
  • Extended tires life time
  • Low enviromental impact

Usage of Green Rubber Process Oil 20

Various types of vehicle tires adapted to different weather conditions, butyl tubes, fire and gardening equipment, rubber tile surfaces, micron plates and LPG tubes.

This combination without harmful carbon is used as carrier oils, plasticizer, diluents & filling agent that remain in the final product contributing to both ease of processing and improved product performance in rubber industry.

Passenger car tire remained leading market segment in 2013, holding significant majority share in volume as well as value sales. Urban cities in  Emirate, are among leading demand generators for tires. Industry events such as auto mechanize’ and green auto show’ also have a profound impact on Emirate is ever-growing automotive trade, which in turn are influencing tire sales in country. Global automotive tire manufacturers such as bridge stone, Michelin, continental, Goodyear are key tire players.  Emirate is among major economic epicenters in gulf cooperation council due to  presence of significant oil reserves. On account of significant industrial growth,  country’s automotive industry has been flourishing at a rapid pace. All these factors are creating significant impetus in the country’s tire demand.

Packing

The normal packing of Green Rubber Process Oil is Drum or Flexi Tank.

 

TEST DATA SHEET OF GREEN RUBBER PROCESS OIL 20

Green Rubber Process Oil 15

General Description of Green Rubber Process Oil 15

Green Rubber Process Oil 15 is a group of aromatic paraffinic oils that are known to have green rubber oils due to aromatic polycyclic aromatic compounds less than 3% of which are harmful and hazardous in the environment.

The characteristics of this carbon dioxide are lower in aromatics and we use them in flexural rubber industries.

In addition the function of  rubber Process Oils is to improve physical properties of vulcanization to reduce the cost of the finished rubber compounds. We know that the modern rubber compounding process requires high speed mixing and short mixing periods with proper polymer consistency for rapid processing.

TDAE is a Green Rubber Oil(Natural Friendly Oil) with a high aromatic content, environmental protection, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic characteristics, can be used as a substitute for existing aromatic oil. This environment friendly Process Oil is used as a softening additive in the process of vulcanization of natural rubber and as a component of rubber compounds. Its high viscosity gravity constant (vgc) leads to the reduction in heat buildup and rotational resistance during the usage of tyres. Such characteristics enable our TDAE to be used in the production of high quality tire and rubbers.

 

Application OF GREEN RUBBER PROCESS OIL 15 

Micron traffic, butyl tubes, fire equipment, gardening equipment, LPG tubes, rubber tiles, car tires.

In addition most important role of RPO is automobile segment which boosts demand of rubber processing oils. As said rubber processing chemicals market is usually affect by growth in demand for automobiles. RPOis uses to enhance virtues of rubber in tire factory. With growing society and increased spending by consumers, demand for automobiles has increased. Which in turn has led to increased demand for rubber processing chemicals. These chemicals add better qualities to the rubber.

Packing OF GREEN RUBBER PROCESS OIL

The normal packing of Green Rubber Process Oil is in Drum or Flexi. About 80 drums we load in a 20` container. Also we load about 20 Metric Ton in Flexi Tank.

TEST DATA SHEET OF GREEN RUBBER OIL GRDAE 15

 

Green Rubber Process Oil

Description of Green Rubber Process Oil

Green Rubber Process Oil is a green rubber oil (natural friendly oil) with a high aromatic content, environmental protection, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic characteristics, that we use as a substitute for existing aromatic oil. Its high viscosity gravity constant leads to reduction in heat buildup and rotational resistance during usage of tires. Such characteristics enable our Rubber Process Oil for using in production of tire and rubbers.

 

Application of Green Rubber Process Oil

Rubber process oil is used in industry ink formulations, isolation manufacturers, automobile tire making factory, rubber manufacturer, shoes, flooring, cable and any other industrial interface.

 

Packing of Green Rubber Process Oil

Rubber Process Oil is packed in new 180 kg drum. Each 20 foot container takes 80 drum. Also possible in tanks and bulk shipments. It may pacjed in flexi tanks.

 

Rubber process oil and Tire market in Asia

Rubber processing chemicals market is mainly driven by the growth in the demand for automobiles. We use Rubber processing chemicals to enhance properties of rubber used in manufacture of tires. With growing population and increased spending by the consumers, the demand for automobiles has increased which in turn has led to the increased demand for rubber processing chemicals. These chemicals add superior qualities to the rubber.

Most important role of RPO is automobile segment which boosts demand of rubber processing oils. As said rubber processing chemicals market is usually affect by growth in demand for automobiles. RPO is uses to enhance virtues of rubber in tire factory. With growing society and increased spending by consumers, demand for automobiles has increased which in turn has led to increased demand for rubber processing chemicals. These chemicals add better qualities to the rubber.

Furthermore Asia is fastest-growing market for rubber processing oils and chemicals. The increasing request for rubber processing oil chemicals from the tire industry is further driving the market in this region. The economic development in the region has led to the increased demand for vehicles. Which in turn drives the market for rubber processing chemicals.

Usage Tire market

Passenger car tire remained leading market segment in 2013, holding significant majority share in volume as well as value sales. Urban cities in  Emirate, are among leading demand generators for tires. Industry events such as auto mechanize’ and green auto show’ also have a profound impact on Emirate is ever-growing automotive trade, which in turn are influencing tire sales in country. Global automotive tire manufacturers such as bridge stone, Michelin, continental, Goodyear are key tire players.  Emirate is among major economic epicenters in gulf cooperation council due to  presence of significant oil reserves. On account of significant industrial growth,  country’s automotive industry has been flourishing at a rapid pace. All these factors are creating significant impetus in the country’s tire demand.

 

Philippines Tire market

Due to governmental support of automobile, tire making sector needs to import more rubber process oil according to newly researched tire market, tire market in Philippines is forecast to cross $970 million. In addition major factors propelling growth include increasing concentration of automobile oms in the country. As rapid infrastructure developments, and favorable trading and policy environment.

Packing of Green rubber Oil

The normal packing of Green Rubber Process Oil is in Drum or Flexi. About 80 drums we load in a 20` container. Also we load about 20 Metric Ton in Flexi Tank. 

 

Rubber Process Oil Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System

Rubber Process Oil: 29321200

Green Rubber Process Oil: 27079900

Rubber Process Oil

 

Rubber Process Oil
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Rubber Process Oil and Tyre market in Asia

The rubber processing chemicals market is mainly driven by the growth in the demand for automobiles. We use Rubber Process Oil to enhance the properties of rubber used in the manufacture of tires. With the growing population and increased spending by the consumers, the demand for automobiles has increased. Which in turn has led to the increased demand for rubber processing chemicals. These chemicals add superior qualities to the rubber.

The most important role which cause high demand for rubber process oil is automobile segment which boosts demand of rubber processing oils. As mentioned the rubber processing chemicals market is usually affect by the growth in the demand for automobiles. We use Rubber processing chemicals to enhance the properties of rubber used in the manufacture of tires. With the growing population and increased spending by the consumers, the demand for automobiles has increased which in turn has led to the increased demand for rubber processing chemicals. These chemicals add superior qualities to the rubber.

Asia is the fastest-growing market for rubber processing oils and chemicals. The increasing request for rubber processing oil chemicals from the tire industry is further driving the market in this region. The economic development in the region has led to the increased demand for vehicles, which in turn drives the market for rubber processing chemicals.

Here we take a look at some companies which produce Tyre around the world:

 

Philippines Tyre market

Due to governmental support of automobile, we need tyre making sector to import more rubber process oil . As we newly research of tyre market, We forecast that the tyre market in the Philippines to cross usd970 million. Major factors propelling growth include increasing concentration of automobile oems in the country, rapid infrastructure developments, and favorable trading and policy environment. We expect Region-wise, a major portion of the demand for tyres to stem from the national capital region (ncr) of the country due to high levels of urbanization and a large automotive fleet size in the region.

Usage Tyre market

Passenger car tyre remained the leading market segment in 2013, holding significant majority share in volume as well as value sales. Urban cities in the uae such as dubai, abu dhabi and sharjah are among the leading demand generators for tyres. Industry events such as automechanika’ and green auto show’ also have a profound impact on the uae’s ever-growing automotive trade, which in turn are influencing tyre sales in the country. Global automotive tyre manufacturers such as bridgestone, michelin, continental, goodyear, and pirelli are the key tyre players in the country.

The uae is among the major economic epicenters in gulf cooperation council due to the presence of significant oil reserves. Affluent consumers characterize the country with high purchasing power at par with most of the developed countries worldwide. On account of significant industrial growth, the country’s automotive industry has been flourishing at a rapid pace.  All these factors are creating significant impetus in the country’s tyre demand.

Packing of Rubber Process Oil

The normal packing of Green Rubber Process Oil is in Drum or Flexi. About 80 drums we load in a 20` container. Also we load about 20 Metric Ton in Flexi Tank.

 

HEAVY RPO TEST DATA SHEET

LIGHT RPO TEST DATA SHEET

RPO 145 TEST DATA SHEET

Slack Wax

Slack Wax

Description of Slack Wax

Slack wax is minimally refined high oil products. They are derived from lubricating oils and often find applications “as they are” with relatively high oil content, or are further processed to produce more refined waxes. Most slack waxes do not meet FDA requirements for food packaging. Slack waxes range from 105°F to 150°F in melting point, and their oil content ranges from 5.0% to as much as 35%. Slack waxes are widely used in the production of wax emulsions, construction board, matches, candles, rust protective products and moisture vapor barriers.

One of the many products derived from refining is lubricating oil, from which a byproduct called slack wax is obtained. Slack wax is a mixture of oil and wax. It is the product, which serves as IGI’s feedstock and that is further refined and blended to create value-added petroleum wax products.

Categories Of Slack Wax

Depending On The Lubricating Oil Fraction Feedstock HEAVY Or LIGHT Grade, By Product Which Is Slack Wax Is Categorized In LIGHT AND HEAVY GRADE. In Each Category Depending On The Degree Of Refinement Slack Waxes Can Have Various Oil Contents Range From 4 Percent Up To 40 Percent.

Application Of Slack Wax

Slack Wax Has Many Applications. The Most Uses Are Mentioned Below

  • Slack Waxes Can Be A Blended Component In PVC Industry As Lubricant
    • Is Used As Feed Stock For Production Of Paraffin Wax
    • Is A Fine Dust Suppressant
    • Has Vast Application In Waterproofing Industry.
    • Can Be Used As A Blending Agent In The Production Of Petrolatum And Microcrystalline Waxes
    •  Is An Excellent Waterproofing Agent In Wood And MDF Industries

Packing Of Slack Wax

Paraffico Offers Slack Waxes In A Variety Of Formats. These Include: Brand New Iron Drums Or Second Hand Iron Drums that mostly loaded in drum. Bulk Liquid (Via Tank Truck Or Railcar), Slabs (5 Kg) In Carton Boxes/Pp Bags, Free-Flowing Granules (Packaged In Bags). Bulk Packaging In Jumbo Bags 600-1000 Kg. 

Slack Wax Quality Control

Paraffinco Guaranty’s The Quality Of Slack Wax. We Welcome Our Customers To Arrange Of An International Inspector/S Such As SGS To Check Quality And Quantity At The Time Of Production And Loading. Alternatively, We Can Arrange Such A Service Upon Request.

Cosmetic Grade Petroleum Jelly

General Description of Cosmetic Grade Petroleum Jelly (Vaseline)

Cosmetic Grade Petroleum Jelly by Paraffinco Origin of Iran is the best quality type of petroleum jelly (Vaseline ) for cosmetic industry.

No smell , extra white color is the most important specification of it.

Iran petroleum jelly cosmetic grade is a semi solid mixture of hydrocarbons(with carbon numbers mainly higher than 25), petroleum jelly cosmetic grade is promoted as a topical ointment for its healing properties.

However after petroleum jelly cosmetic grade became a medicine chest staple, consumers began to use it for myriad ailments and cosmetic purposes, petroleum jelly cosmetic grade s folkloric medicinal value as a cure-all has since been limited by better scientific understanding of appropriate and inappropriate uses.

The best quality type of petroleum jelly (Vaseline ) for cosmetic industry

No smell , extra white color is the most important specification of it.

Application of cosmetic grade petroleum jelly 

Medical treatment , skin and hair care , moisture loss , hair grooming , skin lubrication. In addition product care and protection , coating , finishing , lubrication , production processes , surface cleansing , pet care

Furthermore other usage of Petroleum Jelly are as following:

Why buy a medicine cabinetful of products when that humble tub of petroleum jelly you have on hand can do so many jobs?

Remove eye makeup. Coat your lids, then gently swab with a tissue.

Highlight cheekbones. Fake a model’s bone structure by patting and blending a tiny amount across cheekbones. The shine attracts light and creates a contoured effect.

Gloss your lips. Add red food dye — or tastier cherry Kool-Aid powder — to a dab of petroleum jelly for instant lip color.

Get an even tan. Dry skin tends to soak up excess tanning lotion, leaving skin splotchy. Smooth on petroleum jelly before using tanning products.

Preserve your fragrance. Dab on pulse points, like your wrists and the sides of your neck, before spritzing on perfume. Your scent will last the entire day.

Buff away dry skin. Combine with brown sugar to concoct an at-home exfoliator.

Tame unruly eyebrows. Dot petroleum jelly on your fingertip or a clean mascara wand and sweep across brows in one direction, from inside to out.

Intensify eye shadow. Morph your powder shadows into creams for a more pigmented color (prime your lids with foundation and translucent powder first to avoid creasing).

Other Application of Cosmetic Petroleum Jelly

Protect skin from hair dye. Smooth a layer at your hairline before using home color and you’ll avoid hard-to-remove dark stains.

Seal split ends. Coat ends to conceal dryness and frizz when you’re between trims. You can also rub a little between your hands and use as hair wax for texture or to smooth flyaways. Wash it out with a clarifying shampoo.

Stretch your lotion. Running low on your favorite moisturizer? Add petroleum jelly to prolong its life.

Get a perfect manicure. Dab a little around your nails when you’re DIY-ing a manicure or pedicure to keep  polish from getting on your skin.

Soften skin. Before going to bed, rub petroleum jelly on places where skin is extra-dry, like on your elbows or the heels of your feet. Skin will be super-soft when you wake up.

Remove rings. Is a ring stuck on your finger? Petroleum jelly can help it slide off easily.

Stop squeaks. Apply to squeaky hinges on doors or cabinets to keep them quiet.

Shine shoes. Petroleum jelly can make scuffed patent-leather shoes shine like new again.

Packing of cosmetic grade petroleum jelly 

Petroleum jelly cosmetic grade is packed in new or second hand 180 kg drums , also ISO tank , Flexi tanks. In addition each 20 foot container takes 110 drummed petroleum jelly.

COSMETIC PETROLEUM JELLY TEST DATA SHEET

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Candle Paraffin Wax

Candle Paraffin Wax

The only material for madding candle is paraffin wax. Candle Paraffin Wax is normally as semi refined paraffin wax. Fully refined grade is not used commonly since it is expensive and not competitive , semi refined from 1% to 7% oil wax can be used to produce different types of candles : different shapes , odors , colors  which are used in religious ceremonies , houses , churches , funerals and even for lighting in the countries which do not have electricity because of war or other reasons .

How to Make Homemade Candles

Candle making is an art form that has survived the centuries, borne out of necessity around 200 AD, to become a wildly popular hobby today. Dive into this archaic art by making candles at home. They are easy to create, mesmerizing to look at…and they make great gifts. Follow these steps to make beautiful homemade candles

Decide what kind of wax you want to use to make your candle.There are several different kinds of wax to choose from. One pound of paraffin wax by weight will equal approximately 20 oz of liquid melted wax. One pound of soy wax will equal approximately 18 oz of liquid when melted. One pound of beeswax by weight will equal approximately 16 oz of liquid when melted.

  • Paraffin wax is the traditional wax for candle making and is still by far the most popular wax. It is good for beginners because it melts quickly, is cheap and is easily colored or scented. However, it should be noted that the chemicals that are emitted when this wax is melted could be irritating to some people.
  • Soy wax is becoming increasingly popular as it is easy to use, made from soybeans and cleans up pretty easily. It is Eco-friendly and renewable. Soy wax is also known to burn more slowly than most other waxes.
  • Beeswax is all natural and has air purifying qualities to it; however, it does not retain scent or coloring that well. Essential oils will generally work with beeswax but keep in mind that beeswax has its own lovely scent.
  • You can also use old candles that have been burned down or are half-used and warped. Using old candles is a great way to recycle wax. Simply melt them just as you would melt other wax .

Put together a double boiler similar to one you might use while cooking food.You cannot put candle Paraffin wax directly on heat. It must be melted slowly or it may catch fire or evaporate. Fill a large pot or pan halfway with water. Place a smaller pot or pan in the larger one. This smaller pot is the one you will melt the wax in. Keep in mind that wax can be difficult to clean–you may want to purchase a cheap, heat-safe pot that you designate specifically for making candles.

Cut or shred your wax into chunks or shavings.Smaller chunks of wax melt better than larger chunks. By using smaller pieces, you will also ensure that the wax melts at an even rate.

Place the Candle Paraffin wax chunks or shavings in the smaller pot or pan.Turn the heat to high so that the water boils. The boiling water will slowly melt the wax.

Use a thermometer to keep an eye on the temperature of the wax.You can purchase candy or candle thermometers at a cooking or craft store. If you do not have a candy thermometer, you can also use a meat thermometer. Just remember that wax can be hard to remove.

  • Candle Paraffin wax should be melted until it reaches between 122 and 140deg;F (50 and 60deg;C).
  • Soy wax should be melted until it reaches between 170 and 180 degrees (76.6 and 82.2deg;C).
  • Beeswax should be melted until it reaches roughly 145 degrees (62.7deg;C). You can go a little bit higher but try not to exceed 175 degrees (79.4deg;C).
  • Old candles should be melted at around 185 degrees (85deg;C). Remove the old wicks with tongs.

Add scent to your melted wax. The scent you choose is up to you. Scents such as essential oils can be purchased at your local craft store. It is best to read the bottles directions rather than base the amount you put in on how strongly it smells after the scent has already been added. Stir well.

Add coloring. Normal food coloring will not work in candles because they are water-based. Purchase oil-based dyes at your local craft store. You can generally find specific candle dyes. Read the bottle for the proper amount of dye to put in to achieve a certain color. Add drops of coloring until you have reached your desired color. Stir well.

Place a wick in the center of the candle mold. The wick should be in the center of the candle mold with about two inches sticking out of the candle. You can adhere the wick to the bottom of your tin using double-stick adhesive. To keep the wick in place, loop the end that will be out of the wax around the center of a pen or pencil. Rest the pen across the top of the mold you will be pouring your wax into. Make sure the wick hangs down straight into the center of the mold.

Prepare your molds. You can use tins, mason jars, old teacups, really any sort of container that you know can withstand heat. Metal tins are generally the safest way to go but as long as you know your container can stand up to heat, you can really use whatever you like. Place them on a flat surface in your protected workspace (such as on a cookie sheet or a cutting board.)

Pour the melted wax into the mold. Pour slowly so that it does not spill over. Make sure not to knock the wick out of the mold accidentally. You are the judge of how full you want your molds to be. Beeswax will shrink a little once it has cooled so keep that in mind when pouring it into your molds.

Cool the wax. It is best to cool them for a full 24 hours if possible. The longer you let them cool, the better they will be.

  • Paraffin candles generally take 24 hours to cool.
  • Soy candles generally take 4 to 5 hours to cool.
  • Beeswax candles generally take 6 hours to cool, but if you can wait, cooling them overnight is best.
  • If you made your candle with old candles, you should only need to let it stand for a couple of hours.

Remove the wax from the mold and trim the wick to within a quarter inch of the top of the candle. This will help contain the flame, as a longer wick will cause the flame to be too large.

High Quality Candle Paraffin Wax

For warm weather countries paraffin wax with melting point 65-66 C should be used to get a better quality candles and for cold weather countries melting point 58- C is ok .

good candle is defined by : good lighting , good burning , no smell , stable flame , long lasting , no smoke

all these specifications are related to paraffin quality : oil content , color , odor , melting point

better paraffin wax means better candle.

Packing of Candle Paraffin Wax

We produce paraffin wax in 5 kg slabs and pack 5 slab in carton , pp (poly propylene)bags or gunny and there is the possibility of palatalizing too.

 

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Fully Refined Paraffin Wax

Fully Refined Paraffin Wax

Fully Refined Paraffin Wax is a white , cream , yellow or colorless soft solid derivable from petroleum, paraffin wax is a mixture of hydrocarbon molecules containing between twenty and forty carbon atoms. Paraffin wax is solid at room temperature and begins to melt above approximately 60 deg;c ; Flash point of paraffin wax is about 250 c.Common applications for paraffin wax are candle making, cosmetics, food industry, lubrication, electrical insulation. Paraffin wax; has different grades based on 2 main characteristics: oil content and melting point. Also the mains categories are light or heavy paraffin wax.

Fully Refined Paraffin Wax is used in cosmetic or medical and also food industry.

In addition it`s used in Lipstick, cream, oily papers, chocolate are the most usage of fully refined wax.

In other fields of industry like candle making is also possible to used fully refined paraffin wax and the quality will be great but it effect the price since fully refined paraffin wax is the most expensive grade.

We produce in 5 kg slabs and packed in carton or gunny.

Further more we are exporter of different grades of paraffin wax based on oil content and melting point. While Fully refined`s oil content is maximum 0.5% and melting point 60/62 C .  We use most Fully refined for cosmetic and food products. And semi refined paraffin wax usages are candle making , painting, floor covering.

Fully refined paraffin below 0.5% oil content is the best and most expensive grade of Paraffin Wax. In addition we use in cosmetics and oily papers, it is hard, extra white, odorless, transparent.

Application of Fully Refined Wax 

Food industry : chocolate , oil paper of sandwich and confectionery , Fruit Polishing.

Also Cosmetic industry : lipsticks , creams , face masks

Packing of Fully Refined Paraffin 

Most of all Fully refined paraffin wax 0.5% oil content as 5 kg slabs which we pack in carton or gunny and there is the possibility of palatalizing too.

Export Fully Refined Wax

Fully refined paraffin wax, mostly offered by customers which are manufacturing the best quality candles and cosmetic products. So, we are exporting fully refined paraffin wax to South America, African, European, South American, East Asian countries.

Our Fully Refined Paraffin wax, is producing, packing and exporting to mention above destinations, under Iran authorization by the best Iranian paraffin wax raw materials in accordance with ASTM standard.

TEST DATA SHEET FULLY REFINED PARAFFIN WAX

 

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Paraffin in Chocolate Coating

Paraffin in Chocolate Candy Coating

DIRECTIONS

  1. Chop the paraffin into small pieces.
  2. Melt the paraffin in the microwave, or on top of a double-boiler. (This takes quite a while, so be patient.).
  3. When the paraffin is melted, add the chocolate.
  4. Stir all together.
  5. If using the microwave, continue heating for 1-minute intervals, using 50% power, until everything is well-blended. Be sure to stir your mixture between 1-minute heatings. If using a double-boiler, stir the chocolate/paraffin mixture constantly until fully mixed.
  6. Dip marshmallows, nuts, dried fruit, cookies, pretzels, or whatever you like.
  7. Fresh fruits should be at the peak of ripeness. After rinsing your fresh fruit, you need to be sure it’s patted completely dry. (Chocolate will not cling to wet fruit.).
  8. After dipping, place on a waxed-paper lined cookie-sheet and allow to harden. 15 minutes to 1 hour, depending on ambient temperature.

Is There a Natural Alternative to Paraffin Wax in chocolate factory?

Is there a natural alternative to paraffin wax for candy coating? Delicious pistachio cookies are dipped in chocolate but melt the minute you touch them.The normal wax is full of artificial ingredients and chemicalsThis is a tricky one. Every candy coating we’ve ever seen has had at least a touch of wax or other semi-artificial ingredient to help keep the chocolate hardened. If you add a lot of wax to chocolate it compromises the taste and texture. But we add a very small amount to some candies to mitigate the problem.Readers, what is your experience using wax (and not using wax) in candies and dipped treats like these? Have you found any varieties of chocolate that hold up better at room temperature? Or any natural additives that keep it hard? We’d love some tips on this too; maybe we’ll find a way to quit using wax altogether.