|Model No.||Softenpoint℃||Viscosity CPS@170℃||Penetration dmm@25℃||Appearance|
PP wax has several advantanges over other types of waxes:
High melting point: PP wax has a higher melting point than most natural waxes, making it suitable for high temperature applications.
Excellent stability: PP wax resists oxidation, UV rays and other environmental factors that can degrade natural waxes over time. -
Low volatility:PP Wax has low volatility, which means it does not evaporate easily and provides long-lasting benefits.
Cost-effective: PP waxes are generally less expensive than natural waxes, making them a more cost-effective choice in many applications.
Overall, PP wax is a versatile and effective additive that offers significant advantages in a variety of applications.
Plastic processing: PP wax is often used as a lubricant and release agent in the production of plastic products such as films, sheets, and pipes. It helps improve surface quality, reduce friction, and prevent sticking during manufacturing.
Coatings and inks: PP wax can also be used as an additive in coatings and inks to improve their performance. It offers benefits such as improved scratch resistance, water resistance and gloss retention.
Textiles: PP waxes are used in textile finishing to provide water and stain repellency to fabrics. It also improves the feel and durability of the fabric.
Packing: 25kg/bag, PP or kraft paper bags