Typical Uses / Applications

  • Medical treatment
  • Skin and hair care
  • Preventing moisture loss
  • Hair grooming
  • Skin lubrication
  • Coating corrosion-prone items
  • Finishing wood to protect
  • Lubrication

Petroleum Jelly

Petroleum Jelly is colorless (or of a pale yellow color when not highly distilled), translucent, and devoid of taste and smell when pure. It does not oxidize on exposure to the air and is not readily acted on by chemical reagents. It is insoluble in water.

Petroleum Jelly is recommended for

  • Pharma Ointments
  • Hair Wax or Pomades
  • Face Creams
  • Skin Lotions
  • Cosmetics

It also has a wide range of Industrial purpose such as Softening Agent for Printing Inks, as a Plasticizer for Rubber, as a component of Carbon Paper, in Leather finishes etc…

Do You Know ?

Since petroleum jelly withstands tropical climates, Amazonian natives cooked with commercially sold petroleum jelly and ate it on bread.


Characteristics Grade A Grade B Grade C Method
Actual Limits Actual Limits Actual Limits
Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 Deg C 4.7 cst 4.5 – 6 cst 6.2 cst 6 – 8 cst 5.8 cst 4.5 – 6 cst ASTM D-445
Congealing Point 51 Deg C 50 – 54 Deg C 57.5 Deg C 54 – 58 Deg C 55.5 Deg C 50 – 54 Deg C ASTM D-938
Penetration Consistency 145 140 – 160 147 140 – 160 137 130 – 150 ASTM D-937
Color (Lovibond) 0.4 Y Max 0.5 Y 0.7 Y Max 0.7 Y 1.1 Y Max 1.1 Y IP-17
Acidity or Alkalinity Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed B.P. 2007
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed B.P. 2007
Odour Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed Passed

Our product is highly purified to meet the standards of the latest issues of USP & BP.

Packing – 175 KG Net in New Drums
1 X 20′ FCL = 98 Drums = 17,150 KGS
1 X 20′ FCL = 80 Drums = 14,000 KGS
Tare Weight per Drum = 18 to 20 KGS
Shipment Period 2-3 weeks
MOQ – 1 Container

Typical Uses / Applications

  • Candle-making
  • Wax carving
  • Bicycle chain lubrication
  • Coatings for waxed paper or waxed cotton
  • Sealant for jars, cans, and bottles
  • Chewing gum additive
  • Anti-caking agent, moisture repellent, and dustbinding
  • Coatings for fertilizers
  • Bullet lubricant
  • Crayons

Paraffin Wax

Paraffin wax is mostly found as a white, odorless, tasteless, waxy solid, with a typical melting point between about 46 and 68 °C (115 and 154 °F), and a density of around 900 kg/m3. It is insoluble in water, but soluble in ether, benzene, and certain esters.

If you are a Paraffin trader or use Paraffin in your industry, we have Paraffin for different industries such as

  • Fruits, Chocolates etc… to make them shiny and fresh
  • Paper Industries
  • Making Match Sticks
  • Candle Manufacturing
  • Used in blending of other Petroleum and Jelly Products

Do You Know ?

Paraffin wax is edible. It is often added to chocolates to give them a glossy finish and to help them stay solid at room temperature.


Color 1Y
Congealing Point 58 to 60
Penetration Point 11
Viscosity @ 100 Deg C 7 to 8
Pour Point 58 to 60
Flash Point 250

In each industry the oil content and melting point of Paraffin wax should be different and our products are based on customer’s requirement with very good quality and competitive prices.

Quantity Per 20′ Container = 21 M.T.
Color: Snow White / White / Cream / Yellow

Slab Form

Each Slab = 4.5 to 4.8 KGS X 5 Slabs = 23.5 to 24 KG Gross in White Polypropylene Woven Bag.
Exported in Sea Worthy packing
Shipment: 2 to 3 weeks
MOQ: 1 Container

Uses of Petroleum Jelly:

Petroleum Jelly, also known as petrolatum, is a semi-solid mixture of hydrocarbons derived from petroleum. It has a variety of uses, including:

Moisturizer: Petroleum Jelly is often used as a moisturizer to soothe and soften dry, chapped or irritated skin.

Lubricant: It can be used as a lubricant for hinges, locks, and other mechanical parts.

Healing wounds: It can be applied to minor cuts and burns to help the wound heal faster and prevent infections.

Make-up remover: Petroleum Jelly can be used to remove makeup easily and gently.

Protecting skin: It can be used to protect the skin from harsh weather conditions such as wind and cold.

Diaper rash: It can be used as a protective barrier to prevent diaper rash in babies.

Hair care: It can be used as a hair conditioner to moisturize and tame frizzy hair.

Lip balm: Petroleum Jelly is often used as a base for lip balms and can help soothe and protect chapped lips.

Overall, Petroleum Jelly has a wide range of uses, and its versatility makes it a popular choice for many people.

Uses of Paraffin Wax:

Paraffin wax is a type of wax derived from petroleum. It has a variety of uses, including:

Candle making: Paraffin wax is one of the most common waxes used in candle making due to its low cost and ease of use.

Skin care: Paraffin wax is often used in spas and salons as a treatment for dry, cracked skin on hands and feet. The wax is melted and applied to the skin, where it forms a coating that helps to lock in moisture and soften the skin.

Food preservation: Paraffin wax can be used to coat cheese, fruits, and vegetables to help preserve them by forming a protective barrier against air and moisture.

Packaging: Paraffin wax is sometimes used in packaging materials to provide a moisture barrier and prevent products from becoming damaged.

Industrial uses: Paraffin wax is used in a variety of industrial applications, including as a lubricant, a coating for paper and textiles, and as a component in polishes and adhesives.

Overall, paraffin wax has many versatile uses, ranging from candle making to industrial applications. Its low cost and ease of use make it a popular choice for a wide range of applications.

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