The Beewax in its different forms is used in the industries of furniture polish, candle, plastics, molding, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, casting and processed food. It is used as a lubricant for the old furniture joints and ensures smooth movement for both doors & windows. This rust prevention item has umpteen applications. Highly relevant for candle-making, the traditional use of this wax is in the production of phonograph cylinders. Beewax may still utilized for the sealing of formal, legal and academic parchments. This crude product is acquired from the honeycomb and also works as a glazing agent that prevents water loss and ensures surface protection. The end consumer can also make use of it as a metal injection molding binder.
1) Highly appreciable for its physico-chemical properties.
2) Offered with soft to brittle texture, available with a specific gravity as well as low melting point.
3) Included with hundreds of compounds, such as acids, esters, long-chain alkanes, hydroxy esters and polyesters.
4) Used in the production of lotions, baby oils, balms, toilet articles, homemade neosporin, etc.