FAQ BITUMEN, OXIDIZED BITUMEN, GILSONITE, NATURAL ASPHALT, PARAFFIN, RUBBER PROCESS OIL

General frequet ask and question regarding Bitumen,oxidized bitumen,Paraffin,Gilsonite and rubber process oil

General Questions and Answers

The differences between paraffin and microcrystalline are summarized in the table below

The distinct properties make each product suitable for special applications.

Property

Microcrystalline Waxes

Paraffin Waxes

Odor

Odorless

Odorless

Color

Light Brown, Yellow, White

White

Texture or "Feel"

Adhesive

Slick and Glossy

Melting point

Higher melting point 54-95 c

Lower melting point 48 to 70 c

Opacity

Opaque

Translucent

Tensile strength

Plastic and malleable

Brittle

Crystalline structure

Monoclinic crystals

Amorphous

Alkane CH4 structure

Branched

Straight Chain

Carbon black is the main reinforcing filler used in rubber compounds and serves to improve durability and strength.

USA and CHINA is the biggest consumer of rubber process oil .

  • tyre around 70% of rubber process oils use for producing 

  • footwears

  • seals 

  • shock absorbing parts

  • belts

  • hose

  • foamed rubber product

  • sport equipment 

in producing tyre there are 3 important items which most of manufacure take care of it when choosing rubber process oil .

1. fuel saving (rolling resistance)

2.longevity (more mileage)

3.saftey (wet grip)

the best option for manufatures are DAE and TDEA .

performance of TDAE is much better than DAE but DAE price and availability is much better than TDAE .

RUBBER PROCESS OIL , DAE AND TDAE IS CATEGORIZED AS AROMATIC OILD WHICH HAS A DARK BROWN OR DARK GREEN COLOR .

A candle consists primarily of wax and a wick. Candles may also contain colorants, fragrances and minor additives. The basic candle types are tapers, votive, pillars, jar or container candles, tealight, gels, floating candles, outdoor candles, novelty candles, utility candles, and birthday candles.

Maximum burn times vary from candle to candle

follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Always extinguish a candle if the flame gets too close to the candle holder or container. For a margin of safety, discontinue burning a candle when 2 inches of wax remains (½ inch if a container candle or jar candle).

The only difference with a scented candle is that a small amount of fragrance is released as well

When a candle burns, the wax is drawn into the wick, where it is consumed by the candle flame to produce water vapor and carbon dioxide.

Reputable candle manufacturers use only fragrances that are approved for burning in candles. They also carefully monitor the addition of fragrance to ensure that the candle will burn cleanly and properly.

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