3 Facts About Wax Emulsions
A wax emulsion is a stable mixture of one or more waxes in water. Learn three facts about wax emulsions:
1. A variety of waxes can be used in wax emulsions
Natural or synthetic waxes can be used in wax emulsions. Common natural waxes used include carnauba wax, beeswax and candelilla wax. Paraffin and microcrystalline waxes are also used. Fischer-Tropsch waxes are a common synthetic wax type used in wax emulsions.
2. Wax emulsions are used in many different applications
Wax emulsions are used in a variety of applications including printing inks, leather, paper and polishes. They add scratch resistance, corrosion protection, different finishes and more to products.
Emulsions made from natural waxes can also be used to coat fruits, vegetables and candies. Beeswax, paraffin and carnauba wax emulsions are often used in creams and ointments.
3. Wax emulsions can be customized
Wax emulsions can be created for specific applications and to have specific properties. Our wax emulsions are made to order. Our on-site laboratory and testing methods will perfect your wax emulsion formula before production. We have the processes, equipment and capacity to produce wax emulsions when you need them.
Do you need a wax emulsion for your application? Contact us.