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- Closed molding material coatings.
- Anti-mold agent, repel moisture and dust
- Compounds of corrugated wax used to capture surface roughness.
- Solid fuel for multi-burner rocket engines.
- foundry industry
- Friction reducer used for Indian rails and Cement spaces and also commonly used in screen printing.
Ink is used as a base for solid colors and various color blocks in wax used in thermal printers.
- Prevent oxidation of polished Steel and iron surfaces.
- Mechanical thermostat and actuator as a device for activation.
Putting on guitar pickups that reduce microponics caused by subtle movements.
- Compositions of lead wax used for ski boards.
- Thickening agent for many paintballs used with Crayola.
- Friction reducer in cement industry
Antioxidant agent: A mixture of Paraffin and micro waxes used in rubber compounds that prevent the rubber from cracking.
Antioxidant wax can be produced from synthetic wax, FT wax and Fisher Tropsch wax.
Glossy coatings used in candy making, but non-digestible despite being edible, are both disposable and facilitate disposal.
- Coating for different types of hard cheeses such as edam cheese.
- Seals of many cans and bottles.
- Chewing gum supplement.
- Micro wax: food additive and wall agent with number E905, E.
- In industry, the use of this substance is defined more than anything in the form of substances called lubricants.
A lubricant is a substance used to reduce friction between moving surfaces, making it easier and smoother to move on top of each other than normal.
- Making eyebrow pencils and colored pencils
- Wax bath for cosmetic and therapeutic purposes.
Moore moisturizer in cosmetics such as Vaseline.
- Coatings for wax papers and coatings.
- The presence of paraffin in the candle makes the candle burn slower and have less tears, and it is cheaper to produce and manufacture than other candles.
In industrial applications, it is often useful to modify the crystal properties of the paraffin wax, typically by adding to the existing carbon backbone chain. The branched properties result in modified paraffin with a higher viscosity, smaller crystalline structure, and modified functional properties. Pure paraffin wax is rarely used for carving original models for casting metal and other materials in the lost wax process, as it is relatively brittle at room temperature and presents the risks of chipping and breakage when worked. Soft and pliable waxes, like beeswax may be preferred for such sculpture, but investment casting waxes,often paraffin-based, are expressly formulated for the purpose. In a pathology laboratory, paraffin wax is used to impregnate tissue prior to sectioning thin samples of tissue. The tissue is then placed in paraffin wax for a number of hours and then set in a mold with wax to cool and solidify; sections are cut then on a micro tome. The candle industry is one of the major sectors for the consumption of refined paraffin wax in the world, it being the preferred material for making candles. Moreover, despite the progressive diversification of wax applications, candle manufacture continues to be the destination of most paraffin wax produced throughout the world. Paraffin wax is used to bind ingredients and serve as a modifier to impart characteristics. Paraffin waxes serve as a pigment binder. Paraffin waxes and wax blends are formulated to be high quality premium modeling waxes for use in dentistry. The waxes are usually provided by specialty businesses that utilize the paraffin and microcrystalline waxes with other materials to make a finished dental wax. Paraffin wax is used in dynamite wrappers as a moisture barrier. Paraffin waxes and wax blends can be applied to fabric to add desired characteristics such as "drape", wrinkle or moisture resistance. Paraffin waxes are utilized in numerous electrical applications as a result of their insulating capabilities. Paraffin and micro crystalline waxes serve as binders in investment casting waxes and assist in the removal of the blend after the mold is produced. Crude scale and paraffin waxes are employed to soften and impart water repellent to leather goods. Paraffin and crude scale waxes can be used on the surface of metals during production and shipping to provide lubrication and serve as a protective barrier (acid etching or moisture). Crude scale and paraffin waxes reduce the evaporation of solvents prolonging their efficiency. Low melt paraffin and crude scale waxes are used in physiotherapy to provide heat to an injured area. Paraffin waxes provide external lubrication during the extrusion of PVC. Paraffin and crude scale waxes are used as binding agents for the active ingredients in rodenticides. Paraffin waxes are used as additives in the production of printing inks and varnishes to improve the resistance of the products to friction or scratching or to achieve a certain appearance and to act as a barrier to moisture. The amount of paraffin wax applied to the surface of matches, although minimal, helps to regulate their burning. Paraffin wax has been used as an embedding medium in the study of tissue for over 100 years. Fully refined paraffin waxes typically have a low oil content (below . Paraffin waxes are used in different kinds of foods, such as, for example, covering certain cheeses for surface protection or for producing gum base, a fundamental ingredient of chewing gum. In the fertilizer industry, paraffin waxes and special mixtures are used as anti-caking additives to simplify the handling, transport and dosing of fertilizers. Paraffin wax is used as an additive in producing tyres, insulating them from ozone and avoiding cracks occurring in them. This search gave rise to the invention and development of chip boards, in which paraffin wax meets the need for a moisture repellent ensuring the rigidity of the boards and their moisture resistance. Paraffin waxes permit skiers to achieve much greater speeds through the production of a uniform, unblemished surface. The finished product is often a formulation of paraffin, micro crystalline, and natural waxes.