|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Usage/Application||Candle and cosmetic|
Soy wax is made by the full hydrogenation of soybean oil; chemically this gives a triglyceride, containing a high proportion of stearic acid. It is typically softer than paraffin wax and with a lower melting temperature, in most combinations. However, additives can raise this melting point to temperatures typical for paraffin-based candles. The melting point ranges from 49 to 82 degrees Celsius (120 to 180 degrees Fahrenheit), depending on the blend. The density of soy wax is about 90% that of water or 0.9 g/ml. This means nine pounds (144 oz) of wax will fill about ten 16-oz jars (160 fluid ounces of volume). Soy wax is available in flake and pellet form and has an off-white, opaque appearance. Its lower melting temperature can mean that candles will melt in hot weather. Since soy wax is usually used in container candles, this is not much of an issue.
Some soy candles are made up of a blend of different waxes, including beeswax, paraffin, or palm wax.
- Production Capacity: 1000 kgs per day
- Delivery Time: 24 hrs
- Packaging Details: Description Our soy wax is all-natural and kosher, and it may alter and differentiate between batches and seasons. Each bag contains approximately 500g of soy wax, which makes approximately 5 x 4oz candles. Directions: Heat to 180 degrees Fahrenheit, add fragrance and pour at 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Warning: Keep out of direct sunlight, and store in a cool, dry environment. 25 KGS bOX