Beeswax, is excreted by the honeybee, to construct the honeycomb and is found on all continents. The color of the crude beeswax is dependent upon the type of flower which gave the pollen, the age of the hive and its care, and the amount of propolis present. Natural Beeswax is amorphous and varies in color from a deep brown to a light taffy shade. The Beeswax has a distinctive honey odor. Not all crude Beeswax is suitable for bleaching.
Beeswax Compatible With: Vegetable, Animal, and Mineral Waxes, Tallows, Fatty Acids, Glcyerides, Hydrocarbons, Fatty Alcohols, Most all other waxes and oils.
Candelilla Wax, a vegetable wax, is found in the form of scales entirely covering a reed like plant which grows wild and in great abundance on the rocky slopes and plains of Northwestern Mexico. Production for Candelilla Wax is year-round with somewhat less wax obtained in the wet season, July to September.
Candelilla Wax is a light brown to light yellow, hard, brittle, slightly tacky and lustrous wax with a distinctive odor. This wax is not as hard as Carnauba, and does not reach its maximum hardness for several days after cooling.
Candelilla Wax Compatible With: All vegetable and Animal waxes, Fatty Acids, A large variety of natural and synthetic resins, Glycerides, Hydrocarbons (in certain ...
Carnauba wax is exuded by the leaves of the Brazilian "Tree of Life" to conserve the moisture within the tree and leaves. This Carnauba Palm grows in the northern and northeastern parts of Brazil along the river banks, and valleys.
The leaves containing the wax are cut off the tree during the period from September to March. The color and quality are governed by the age of the leaves and the care used in processing the carnauba wax.
Carnauba Wax Physical Properties: Carnauba Wax is hard, brittle, non-tacky and lustrous wax.
Carnauba Wax Grades: Prime or No 1 Yellow, No. 3 North Country, Carnauba Wax Substitutes.
Carnauba Wax Compatible With: All Vegetable, Animal, and Mineral ...
Microcrystalline waxes consist of a matrix of extremely small crystals. They are sometimes referred to as amorphous wax. Their molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons including normal paraffins, branched paraffins, monocyclic compounds, and polycyclic compounds.
Microcrystalline Wax Typical End Uses:
Detergent Cartons: paper to board
Bakery Cartons: glassine to board
Ream and Roll Wrap: kraft to kraft
Other Uses:Cosmetics, Hot Melt Adhesives
Fully Refined Petroleum Waxes are F.D.A. Approved for the end uses indicated under Regulation 21 CFR 178.3710 C.T.F.A. Listed CAS No's that apply 64742-43-4 64742-51-4
Fully refined Paraffin Waxes are a hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. They are refined by means of a carefully controlled selective solvent process into different melting point grades, each having exceptional gloss and resistance to blocking. Their degree of purity and low odor make these waxes suitable for many applications, including food packaging.
Paraffin waxes are predominately composed of normal, straight chain hydrocarbons. They vary from 18 to 40 carbon atoms and their chain length (i.e. molecular weight) determines their average melting point. Resistance to most acids and alkalis is very good.
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