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Paraffin Wax

Paraffin Wax is a series of semi-refined and fully-refined paraffin waxes with narrow melting point range. It is a translucent crystalline material in the solid state and becomes a white clear liquid when molten. It is derived from Slack Wax through carefully controlled refining process. High melting point, low oil content and low penetration are among its main features.

Paraffin Slabs/Granular: semi-refined & Fully-refined

Paraffin Wax full grade specification:

Paraffin Wax

Grade

Oil Content

%wt Max.

Melting Point °c

Color min SUS

Penetration 0.1mm @25°c

Viscosity@ 100°c (cSt)

Test Method

ASTM, D-721

ASTM, D-87

Saybolt

ASTM, D-1321

ASTM, D-445

L1

1

60-62

28

18-23

3.6-4.4

L2

2

58-60

28

15-19

3.6-4.4

L3

3

58-61

28

18-23

3.6-4.4

L5

5

55-60

-

18-23

3.6-4.4

L10

10

54-59

-

18-23

3.6-4.4

UL1

1

58-61

29

Max 24

3.6-4.4

UL2

2

58-61

29

Max 24

3.6-4.4

M1

1

62-66

28

15-19

4.5-6.4

M2

2

62-65

28

15-19

4.5-6.4

M3

3

61-65

28

15-19

4.5-6.4

M5

5

60-65

20

15-19

4.5-6.4

M10

10

60-65

-

15-19

4.5-6.4

MB1

1

64-66

25

Max 19

4.5-6.4

MB2

2

63-65

25

Max 19

4.5-6.4

H1

1

68-71

22

Max 21

6.5-8.0

H2

2

68-71

22

Max 23

6.5-8.0

H3

3

67-69

18

Max 23

6.5-8.0

H5

5

67-69

-

Max 23

6.5-8.0

H10

10

66-69

-

-

6.5-8.0

Lubcut

Raw material for lubricant refinery

 80% BS150, 10% RAE, 10% microwax

BASE OIL

GROUP I/II/II

N150/SN300/SN500/SN600/BS150

N70/N150/N500/N600

Base Oil Groups Explained 

Almost every lubricant used in plants today started off as just a base oil. The American Petroleum Institute (API) has categorized base oils into five categories (API 1509, Appendix E). The first three groups are refined from petroleum crude oil.

Group IV base oils are full synthetic (polyalphaolefin) oils. Group V is for all other base oils not included in Groups I through IV. Before all the additives are added to the mixture, lubricating oils begin as one or more of these five API groups.

 

Carbon Black N220/N326/N375/N330/N550/N660/N774

Carbon Black is a reinforcing filler mainly used in rubber compounds, and improvement in rubber properties is a function of basic physical and chemical properties of carbon black, including size and composite structure, particle size (surface area), active surface and porosity, fineness. Carbon black is manufactured in a wide range of surface finishes and area combinations and structures to provide maximum rubber compounding flexibility in tailoring their specific rubber compound requirements.

The most common use (70%) of carbon black is as a colorant and reinforcement stage in automobile tires. Carbon black also helps conduct heat away from the tire and tread area, reducing heat damage and increasing tire life.

Mostly it's classified with Hard grade and Soft Grade

- Hard Grade: N220/N326/N375/N33

- Soft Grade: N550/N660/N774