Sugar cane waxes

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Micronized waxes
Drop point
°C
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
TDS MDS
Drop point
°C
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 142-151
Penetration dmm 1-3
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,98-1,00
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 10
Drop point
°C
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 78-82
Penetration dmm 3-7
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,80-0,85
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 17
Drop point
°C
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 81-90
Penetration dmm ≤ 1
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,93-0,98
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 20
Wax granules and powders
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
TDS MDS
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 80-100
Acid value mg KOH/g 18-25
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas ≤ 30
Penetration dmm 4-8
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,90-0,93
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 80-90
Acid value mg KOH/g 20-30
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas ≤ 40
Penetration dmm 3-7
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,90-0,93
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 142-151
Acid value mg KOH/g ≤ 5
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas ≤ 20
Penetration dmm 1-3
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,98-1,00
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 142-151
Acid value mg KOH/g ≤ 5
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas ≤ 20
Penetration dmm 1-3
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,98-1,00
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 68-80
Acid value mg KOH/g 10-50
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas ≤ 40
Penetration dmm 9-13
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,80-0,85
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 78-82
Acid value mg KOH/g 20-30
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas ≤ 40
Penetration dmm 3-7
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,80-0,85
Drop point
°C
Acid value
mg KOH/g
Viscosity
140 °C, mPas
Penetration
dmm
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Drop point °C 81-90
Acid value mg KOH/g 2-7
Viscosity 140 °C, mPas -
Penetration dmm ≤ 1
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,93-0,98
Silica coated waxes
Melting point
°C
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Density (Additive)
g/cm³
TDS MDS
Melting point
°C
Density (Wax)
g/cm³
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Density (Additive)
g/cm³
Melting point °C ≤ 1600,0
Density (Wax) g/cm³ 0,93-0,98
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 19
Density (Additive) g/cm³ 2,60-2,70
Water-based wax emulsions
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
TDS MDS
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C -
Solid content % 24-26
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 1
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 78-82
Solid content % 33-36
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 1
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 81-90
Solid content % 29-32
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 1
Water-based wax dispersions
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
TDS MDS
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 142-151
Solid content % 17-20
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 8
Drop point
°C
Solid content
%
Particle size
98 % ≤ x µm
Drop point °C 81-90
Solid content % 39-41
Particle size 98 % ≤ x µm ≤ 5

Sugar cane waxes

Sugar cane is a monocotyledonous plant with a typical grass-like appearance. The origin is in East Asia but  today sugar cane is being cultivated in every climatically suitable region. The biggest countries are Brazil, India, China, Thailand, Pakistan and Mexico. Sugar cane wax is being extracted from the stalks of  the sugar cane plant. To produce sugar, the sugary sap is being extracted from the plant. A by-product is the so-called bagasse. This filtration residue mainly consists  of cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin. After having cleaned the bagasse from plant residues and chlorophyll, it can be used for the production of sugar cane wax.

 

Sugar cane waxes are probably the most sustainable waxes. They contain 100 % sugar cane and are therefore pure natural products. Since the raw material is the filter residue of the sugar cane production, no further natural resources are being used. The added value of sugar cane plants is being increased significantly.