NatureWax® Vegetable Waxes - North America
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NatureWax® - North American Product Portfolio
Tea lights (poured& pressed)
|DP||IV||Col Y||Col R|
* documents available upon request
DP: Typical drop point in °C
IV: Typical iodine value in gI/100g
COL Y: Maximum color, yellow values in Lovibond 5 ¼ “ cell
COL R: Maximum color, red values in Lovibond 5 ¼ “ cell
ND: Not determined / not specified
NatureWax vegetable wax applications
Getting consistently great results from your vegetable wax
There are many advantages to using vegetable wax in the place of paraffin. If you’re new to vegetable waxes, they generally require some modification to candle production processes originally designed for paraffin waxes, but don’t worry, we have compiled a few tips, tricks, and a little science to help get consistent results and the most out of NatureWax candle wax.
Where to buy your wax
If you need recommendations on which wax to use, availability in your part of the world or need help a little help pouring the perfect candle, our global network of NatureWax distributors is here to help. You’ll be able to find a distributor who can help here.
Cargill’s NatureWax® Technical Support Team has expertise in a variety of waxes (vegetable, paraffin, microcrystalline) and can provide additional services to support your growing requirements:
Formulation development and trial run support
Performance testing & troubleshooting
Process Manufacturing support through
NatureWax is sold in North America through these select distributors. For a complete list of worldwide distributors click here.
For a list of additional resellers through Bioleic, please use this website.
The products and services described on this website may not be available in all jurisdictions or to all persons.