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Beeswax Substitute 81-1104

Frank B. Ross

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  • SegmentPersonal care
  • FunctionColourants
  • ApplicationsEmulsions, Oils, Polishes, Papers, Creams, Lotions, Waxes

Ingredient Description

Since not all applications require pure beeswax, many excellent beeswax substitutes have been formulated and successfully marketed as a viable alternative. Beeswax Compatible With: Vegetable, Animal, and Mineral Waxes, Tallows, Fatty Acids, Glcyerides, Hydrocarbons, Fatty Alcohols, Most all other waxes and oils. Beeswax Uses: Polishes: Furniture, Wood, Leather, Automobile Cosmetics: Creams, Lotions, Lipsticks, and Sun Care Products Finishes: Leather, Textile, Wood, Paper Confectionery: Coatings Sculpture: Engraving, Acid Etching, Lithography, Emulsions C.T.F.A. Listed, Specifications, Form, Slabs, Package Size (lbs), 55.12, Package Type, Carton, Melting Point, 143.6 - 149 ºF, Color, White, Acid Number, 17 - 24, Saponification Number, 89 - 103

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  • Company nameFrank B. Ross
  • Legal nameFrank B. Ross Co., Inc.
  • HeadquartersRahway, NJ, USA
  • DescriptionFrank B. Ross Co., Inc. is a 58% women-owned business located in central New Jersey. We have been a preferred supplier of natural and synthetic waxes to the personal care, pharmaceutical, coatings, adhesives, rubber, plastics and allied industries for well over a century. With our expertise and knowledge we can make custom wax blends to fit virtually every requirement. Our strength lies in the relationships we have formed with our customers in order to carry out our commitment to service.
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