Non-micronized waxes

What is it?

Synthetic or natural wax intended for industrial use.

What is it for?

It is used in the production of colour concentrates (improvement of their utility properties), in the production of PVC mixtures (as process lubricants), in the recipes of hotmelt adhesives (improvement of utility properties), in the processing of polyolefins (improvement of process properties in the treatment of plastics), in the production of rubber compounds (as process lubricants and dispersants), in the improvement of utility properties of polishes, bitumen roofing materials and road asphalt mixtures or in mixtures of road marking paints and in many other application areas.

How does it look?

Usually as a lentil of different colours, but most often white, grey or brown.

How does it work?

Many different ways. The properties and uses depend very much on the specific type of wax. These can be synthetic, such as EBS, erucamide, stearamide (generally amide waxes), polyethylene, oxidized polyethylene, polyolefin, polarized polyolefin, EVA or Fischer-Tropsch waxes, but also natural waxes, such as montan, carnauba and beeswax. Each wax has its own unique properties and is suitable for a specific use. It all depends on your project.

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