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Industrial Chemicals

Our Complete range of products are Paraffin Wax, Slack Wax, Crystal Melamine and Foots oil.

Paraffin Wax

Colourless or white, somewhat translucent, hard wax consisting of a mixture of solid straightchain hydrocarbons ranging in melting point from about 48° to 66° C (120° to 150° F). Paraffin wax is obtained from petroleum by dewaxing light lubricating oil stocks. It is used in candles, wax paper, polishes, cosmetics, and electrical insulators. It assists in extracting perfumes from flowers, forms a base for medical ointments, and supplies a waterproof coating for wood. In wood and paper matches, it helps to ignite the matchstick by supplying an easily vaporized hydrocarbon fuel. When most people think of wax, in any form, the wax they generally think of is probably a paraffin wax. It is one of the most plentiful and multi-use waxes used today. A by-product of the crude oil refining process, in its raw form, it is a white, odorless, tasteless, "waxy" solid, with a typical melting point between about 110°F to 150°F, and while it's very inert, it burns really well.


Pretty much any type of candle can be made with paraffin wax. The melting point is the primary determinant of the type of candle you can make with it & Paraffin wax, classified as a chemical preservative, is widely used on fruits, vegetables, and candy to make them shiny and pretty as well as to retard moisture loss and spoilage. Waxes are made from vegetable oils, palm oil derivatives, and synthetic resins, as well as other materials. Some people, notably those who are allergic to aspirin, may be sensitive to many waxes, depending on their ingredients.

Paraffin wax was first produced commercially in 1867,


  • Low melt point paraffin (less than 130°F) is used for container candles in jars, cups or glasses

  • Medium melt point paraffin (130°F - 150°F) is used for candles that need to stand on their own - votives, pillars and other molded candles

  • High melt point wax (greater than 150°F) is used for more special applications like hurricane candle shells, over dipping and other special candle making applications.


Features & Uses

  • Fruits, Chocolates, Candy etc.. to make them Shiny and Fresh

  • Paper Industries

  • Making Match Sticks

  • Candle Manufacturing

  • Coatings for waxed paper or cloth

  • Anti-caking agent, moisture repellent, and dust binding coatings for fertilizers

  • Ink. Used as the basis for solid ink different color blocks of wax for thermal printers

  • Thickening agent in many Paintballs, as used by Crayola

  • Used In Blending Of The Other Petroleum And Jelly Products & Many More...


Paraffin Wax Properties

While wax comes from many sources, it shares these common properties:

  • Solid at ambient temperature

  • Liquid at higher temperatures, characterized by melting points

  • Insoluble in water, repels water



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Slack Wax

Slack waxes are 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%.

Our Slack waxes offer a wide variety of physical and performance characteristics that are suitable for use in various product and process applications; these benefits include:

  • Wide range of melting points

  • Blended and single distillate products

  • High flash points

  • High n-Paraffin contents


Primary Uses & Applications

Our Slack Wax product line provides a broad range of melting points and physical characteristics for use as blending components or waterproofing agents in the manufacture of various industrial products such as candles, polishes, synthetic firelogs, matches, inks, bars, carbon paper, canvass coatings, and composite wood panels. Applied externally, these waxes can also function as good dust suppressants and/or controlled-release agents for various chemicals and fertilizers.

  • Candles

  • Polishes

  • Matches

  • Inks

  • Carbon paper

  • Canvass coatings

  • Composite wood panels

Slack Wax Features

  • Blended and single distillate products

  • High flash points

  • High n-paraffin contents


We are the prominent supplier of Slack Wax which is used as blending components in the manufacture of various industrial products. Our Slack wax is high on demand due to its unmatched quality and reliability.

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Crystal Melamine

The German word melamin was coined by combining the words: melam (a derivative of ammonium thiocyanate) and amine. Melamine is, therefore, unrelated etymologically to the root melas (μελας, meaning black in Greek), from which the words melanin, a pigment, and melatonin, a hormone, are formed.

Melamine is combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a very durable thermosetting plastic used in Formica, melamine dinnerware, laminate flooring and dry erase boards. Melamine foam is used as insulation, soundproofing material and in polymeric cleaning products, such as Magic Eraser. Melamine is one of the major components in Pigment Yellow 150, a colorant in inks and plastics.

Melamine is sometimes illegally added to food products in order to increase the apparent protein content. Standard tests, such as theKjeldahl and Dumas tests, estimate protein levels by measuring the nitrogen content, so they can be misled by adding nitrogen-rich compounds such as melamine. There is an instrument (SPRINT) developed by the company Melamine boasts three chemically unique characteristics:

  • Stability – Makes it resistant to chemical, thermal and physical breakdown

  • Structure - Enables it to be combined with other chemicals and compounds to manufacture moldable, durable and safe products

  • 66% Nitrogen – Provides desirable fire- and flame-retardant properties.


Melamine is ideal for use in high-performance products like wood-based panels, laminates, coatings, molding powders and flame-retardants. It is used in impregnating adhesive resins in the wood-processing industry. It can be combined with softwood from rapidly growing trees or waste wood to produce high-quality panels that can replace hardwood.

It can be made into a foam product that can easily clean a wide variety of surfaces and substances. Melamine foam is marketed under a variety of commercial names including Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®, a popular cleaning tool. Melamine also plays a role in a wide range of flame resistant materials, including; upholstery textiles, intumescent paints, fabrics used in uniforms worn by firefighters and industrial workers, and a wide variety of residential, commercial, and industrial fire block materials.

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Foots oil

It is a mix of oil and slack wax.

Primary Uses & Applications

Residue Wax supplied by us is extracted from premium quality raw material. It comprises of mixture of oil and slack wax. Residue Wax is primarily used as waterproofing agents in the manufacture of various industrial products.

  • Rubber Industries

  • Plastic Industries

  • Match Box Industries

  • Polish Industries



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