2 edition of Technical evaluation of petroleum waxes found in the catalog.
Technical evaluation of petroleum waxes
TAPPI-ASTM Symposium on Petroleum Waxes, New York 1969
by Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry] in [New York
Written in English
|Series||Special Technical Association publication -- no. 6|
|Contributions||Brown, Donald S.,, Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, TAPPI-ASTM Committee on Petroleum Wax|
|LC Classifications||TP685 T2 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||161|
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Paraffin wax (or petroleum wax) is a soft colorless solid, derived from petroleum, coal or shale oil, that consists of a mixture of hydrocarbon molecules containing between twenty and forty carbon atoms. It is solid at room temperature and begins to melt above approximately 37 °C (99 °F), and its boiling point is above °C ( °F).
Common applications for paraffin wax include E number: E (glazing agents, ). ABOUT THE PROGRAM. ASTM's Petroleum Wax Proficiency Testing Program provides laboratories with a statistical quality assurance tool, enabling them to compare, improve, and maintain, a high level of performance in the use of ASTM physical property tests on.
Petroleum wax, any wax obtained from petroleum, including paraffin wax, microcrystalline wax, and petroleum jelly (qq.v.). By comparison, animal and vegetable waxes are generally higher in cost, of varying chemical constitution, and of uncertain availability and have thus been largely displaced by petroleum waxes.
Some of the fundamental of the book are the nature of petroleum, crude oil processing, distillation in the petroleum industry, refining of lubricating oils, petrolatum, and waxes, residue fluidized catalytic cracking, chemical thermodynamics of petroleum, benefits of biodiesel produced from vegetable oil, petroleum.
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Results were compared to those obtained from selected, commercially available petroleum-microcrystalline waxes (petrolatums) compounded with organic corrosion inhibitors. Petroleum Refining In Nontechnical Language.
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The oil content of a wax may have significant effects on several of its properties, such as strength, hardness, flexibility, scuff resistance, coefficient of friction, coefficient of expansion, melting point, and oil straining.
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Protection of rubber from ozone attack by use of petroleum waxes. United States: N. p., Argonne's research team concentrated on the scientific and technical. Petroleum-derived waxes are produced in massive quantities throughout the world.
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by J.R. Becker. Oilfield waxes and emulsions are petroleum byproducts that increase the costs of production, transportation, and refining by causing equipment failures, plugged pipelines, and decreased throughput.
Commercial Waxes, Second Edition Specific Heat of Petroleum Waxes - Melting Points of Binary Wax Mixtures - Solubility of Waxes: Solubility of Waxes in Different Solvents - Compatibility of Paraffin Waxes with Other Substances - Compatibility of Mixed Fatty Acids - Compounded Waxes - 4. Paper Finishes - Waterproofing Kraft Papers Author: H.
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An important part of the refining procedure is colour measurement. Colour is an indication of type and quality. In some cases it used as a means of recognition as is such with aviation fuel and ships diesel fuel. Other petroleum products are required to be colourless such as food quality waxes.
Petroleum Refining for Nontechnical Language book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sets forth the many technical procedure /5.® PETROLEUM WAXES ¾Microcrystallines • melt range approx.
68°C - 91°C • much higher percentage of non-linear hydrocarbons, therefore not as crystalline • can be soft and flexible, or hard and brittle • better affinity for oil • up to % oil, but not noticeable • can be black, brown, amber or white ®.ASTM Book of Standards. National Board NBIC (NB 23) Drawing and Drafting.
Power & Process Piping. This test method covers the empirical estimation of the consistency of waxes derived from petroleum by measurement of the extent of penetration of a standard needle. This test method is applicable to waxes having a penetration of not greater.