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Understand the main uses of Stone Polish Wax.

Understand the main uses of Stone Polish Wax.

Because of its high oil content, crude paraffin is mainly used in the manufacture of matches, fiberboards, tarpaulins, etc. After adding polyolefin additives to Stone Polish Wax, its melting point increases, adhesion and flexibility increase, and it is widely used in moisture-proof and waterproof packaging paper, cardboard, surface coating of certain textiles and candle production.

After immersing the paper in Stone Polish Wax, various waxed papers with good waterproof performance can be prepared, which can be used in food, medicine and other packaging, metal rust prevention and printing industries; after Stone Polish Wax is added to cotton yarn, the textiles can be made soft, smooth and elastic ; Stone Polish Wax can also be made into detergents, emulsifiers, dispersants, plasticizers, greases and so on.

Fully refined paraffin and semi-refined paraffin have a wide range of uses. They are mainly used as components and packaging materials for foods, oral medicines and certain commodities (such as wax paper, crayons, candles, carbon paper), coating materials for baking containers, and preservation of fruits , Insulate electrical components, improve rubber aging resistance and increase flexibility. It can also be used for oxidation to generate synthetic fatty acids.

As a kind of latent heat energy Stone Polish Wax, paraffin has the advantages of large latent heat of phase change, small volume change during solid-liquid phase change, good thermal stability, no supercooling phenomenon, and low price. In addition, the development of aviation, aerospace, microelectronics and optoelectronics technology often requires that the large amount of heat dissipation generated by high-power components can only be dissipated in a limited heat dissipation area and within a very short time, while low melting point phase change materials are relatively high. Melting point phase change materials can quickly reach the melting point, make full use of latent heat to achieve temperature control, and have a relatively short thermal response time. The many advantages of paraffin make it widely used in various fields such as aviation, aerospace, microelectronics and other high-tech systems, as well as house energy conservation.