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Adhesives Ingredients
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Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred as amorphous wax and its structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons including normal... view more
Candelilla wax, a vegetable wax, is found in the form of scales entirely covering a reed like plant which grows wild and in great abundance on the rocky slopes and plains of Northwestern Mexico. It... view more
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Candelilla wax, a vegetable wax, is found in the form of scales entirely covering a reed like plant which grows wild and in great abundance on the rocky slopes and plains of Northwestern Mexico. It... view more
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Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
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Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Frank B. Ross
Fully refined paraffin wax. It is hard, white crystalline material derived from petroleum. Used in hot melt adhesives... view more
Candelilla wax, a vegetable wax, is found in the form of scales entirely covering a reed like plant which grows wild and in great abundance on the rocky slopes and plains of Northwestern Mexico. It... view more
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Frank B. Ross
Montan wax. It is derived from lignite which is vegetable matter partly mineralized to a product related to bituminous coal. It is compatible with vegetable waxes, resins and hydrocarbon waxes... view more
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Candelilla wax, a vegetable wax, is found in the form of scales entirely covering a reed like plant which grows wild and in great abundance on the rocky slopes and plains of Northwestern Mexico. It... view more
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Candelilla wax, a vegetable wax, is found in the form of scales entirely covering a reed like plant which grows wild and in great abundance on the rocky slopes and plains of Northwestern Mexico. It... view more
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Frank B. Ross
A lily-white, medium hard wax which remains stable under prolonged molten conditions. It is compatible with hydrocarbon waxes, vegetable waxes, hydrogenated castor oil and ester type waxes. It is... view more
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Wax Substitute 573 was developed as a replacement for Genuine Spermaceti Wax which is not commercially available. This product exhibits the same properties as Genuine Spermaceti Wax... view more
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Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
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Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Frank B. Ross
Ceresine wax. It is an upgrading version of various types of paraffins that are either compatible or miscible with the original paraffin. It is also compatible with vegetable, animal and mineral... view more
Applications
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
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Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
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Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
Applications
Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
Applications
Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
Applications
Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
Applications
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Microcrystalline wax. It consists of a matrix of extremely small crystals. It is sometimes referred to as amorphous wax and its molecular structure consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons... view more
Ozokerite wax. It is a blend of true waxes which produce a dry wax with high solvent absorption and gel values. Its structure is unlike those of the paraffins and microcrystalline waxes. It is also... view more
Applications
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