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Roger A. Reed, Inc. - Reading, MA
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer, Service Company
Custom manufacturer of canning wax. Wax is available in solid, flake, ground or molded forms.
www.reedwax.com/home.htm
Koster Keunen, LLC - Watertown, CT
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer
Refiners, Importers, Exporters, Custom Blending/Packaging Of Waxes
Sasol Wax Americas Inc.. - Shelton, CT
Distributor, Manufacturer
Manufacturer & Marketer Of A Complete Line Of Multiple-Use Waxes, Including Synthetic, Fully-Refined Paraffins, Microcrystalline & Unfinished Waxes
Sasol Wax North America Corporation - Richmond, CA
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer
Manufacturer of standard and custom synthetic and petroleum-derived wax including grafting, canning and laminating wax. Paraffin waxes, candle waxes, rubber waxes, saturating waxes, impregnating waxes, curtain coating waxes, microcrystalline waxes and slack waxes are also available. Waxes are available in liquid, slab, pastilles (beads) and wax emulsion forms. OHSAS 18001 compliant.
Brand Names: Sasolwax
C.J. Robinson - Bridgeport, PA
Distributor, Manufacturer
Unfinished & Slack, Semi & Fully Refined & Microcrystalline Waxes
Industrial Raw Materials Corp. - New York, NY
Distributor
Petroleum Waxes Including Paraffin, Slack, Petrolatums, Microcrystalline, Synthetic
Paramold Manufacturing Ltd. - Sayville, NY
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer
Manufacturer of standard & custom canning, modeling, vacuum sealing & auto polishing wax. Types of wax include pure paraffin wax slabs, pure paraffin wax granules, microcrystalline wax, container fill blends, wick coating wax, natural wax & wax blends. Granulated paraffin wax ranges in melting temperatures from 126 degrees F to 156 degrees F. Applications of microcrystalline wax include laminating, candles, investment casting, personal care, polish, food coatings, inks, electroplating & sun-checking waxes for rubber tires.
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