Parafines || Traxys Metals and Chemicals S.L.U. | Madrid, Spain
Parafines. Merck parafines for the production of polyester and other applications. Traxys Metals and Chemicals S.L.U. C/ Manuel Ferrero, 13, 28036 Madrid.
TEXTO CONTENIDO GENERAL:
Traxys Metal and Chemicals S.L.U. is the Spanish subsidiary of the Traxys group, a multinational company dedicated to the marketing of raw materials with 24 offices distributed worldwide. (www.traxys.com).
From its foundation, in 1944, until today, we are leaders in the distribution of non-ferrous metals and their derivatives, metallic pigments and chemical products.
We offer a wide range of commercial, financial and logistic alternatives, with the aim of giving the best service to our customers and suppliers.
From exploration to mining and commercialization, Traxys offers financial and logistical solutions for the ferroalloys, metals, minerals, mining and energy industries.
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Paraffin wax was first created in 1830 by the German chemist Karl von Reichenbach when he tried to developed the means to efficiently separate and refine the waxy substances naturally occurring in petroleum. Paraffin represented a major advance in the candlemaking industry because it burned more cleanly and reliably, and was cheaper to manufacture than any other candle fuel. Paraffin wax initially suffered from having a low melting point; however this shortcoming was later remedied by the addition of harder stearic acid. The production of paraffin wax enjoyed a boom in the early 20th century as a result of the growth of the meatpacking and oil industries, which created paraffin and stearic acid as byproducts.
Merck parafines for the production of polyester and other applications.
Parafinas de Merck para la fabricación del poliéster y otras aplicaciones como farmacia.