liquid paraffin


Paraffin chemistry is a common name for alkanes. The petroleum product in the market is found in liquid or solid forms or gels, which is a type of jelly and solid for the production of various types of candles. The liquid type is used for industrial applications. Solid substance, odorless and white, which smudges from the tablets.



Paraffin is widely used in the industry and is used as one of the most widely used raw materials in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, rubber, match making, textile, and waterproof paper. In the manufacture of hardwoods, waterproof fabrics, waxes and wrappers, solid inks are used. Liquid paraffin is used to parafinize cardboard plates, paper glasses and cardboard boxes, as well as spraying some fruits to keep it from burning and keep it refreshing.