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Paraffin is a steamed hydrocarbon compound in which all the carbon atoms in the molecule are bonded together with simple bonds and kinds of paraffin or paraffin hydrocarbons are called alkanes. In other words, the characteristic of paraffinic hydrocarbons is the bonding of carbon atoms by simple bonds, and other bonds are also saturated with hydrogen atoms.


The general formula of paraffin: CH2n + 2


Paraffin Analysis: 5-3%


Paraffin Color: Milky White

Paraffin Melting Point: 60-58


Paraffin content: 5-3%


Adhesion (viscosity): 5/6 CST


Types of Paraffin: Solid Paraffin, Liquid Paraffin


Volumetric mass (density): 77 / 0-76 / 0 gr / cm3


Paraffinic freezing point: 55-50 ° C


Paraffin usage and usage in the industry:


Packing: 5 boards with a weight of approx. 30 kg

Liquid paraffin with different grades:


Liquid paraffin welding point: C 175

Color Paraffin Liquid: Transparent white liquid


Appearance of liquid paraffin: white and clear liquid


Liquid paraffin evaporation point with a volume of 75%: C265

Packing liquid paraffin: in pure 200 liter barrels


Viscosity of liquid paraffin: at 0 ° F 3.45 centimeters


* Paraffin liquid medicinal grade


* Paraffin Liquid Health Grid


* Industrial grade liquid paraffin


Uses and Applications of Liquid Paraffin:


Paraffin and paraffin products in various industries, including rubber, textile, vegetable pesticides, defense industries, batteries, cabling, isolation, dye, adhesives, waxes and polishes, cosmetics, wood and paper packaging, matches Candles, lubricants

Paraffin solid granule:


The shape and formula of this product have been widely used in various industries, the oil content and its appearance can be changed in order. Its type is used with 0.5% oil in the rubber industry.