Waxes with the finest crystals ..
Microcrystalline waxes are made up out of neutral non-polar long-chain hydrocarbon chains with relatively high melting points, from 70°C.
Due to their ramate structure, these waxes form exceedingly fine crystals. This leads to special properties such as the retention of oil and solvents.
They vary from pure microcrystalline waxes to high-tech wax blends to which specific additives are added, varying in physical properties, such as hardness, viscosity and melting point.
The at molecular level ramate (circular) naphthenic structure ensures a flexible product which can be used for various formulations. The microcrystalline wax blends can be blended and customized on request.