Gas-to-liquids (GTL) is a process that converts natural gas to liquid fuels such as gasoline, jet fuel, and diesel. GTL can also make waxes. The most common technique used at GTL facilities is Fischer-Tropsch (F-T) synthesis. Although F-T synthesis has been around for nearly a century, it has gained recent interest because of the growing spread between the value of petroleum products and the cost of natural gas. read more
Industrial Raw Materials' (IRM) market knowledge, and our excellent relationships with refineries and logistics providers, offer our customers sure and reliable solutions to their wax requirements, even during times of volatile markets and tight supplies.
We offer customers our accumulated experience in wax research, technology, and blending. IRM's products are components of many items including: candles, artificial woods, crayons, inks, water-resistant coatings, adhesives, cosmetics, dentures, tires, paper cups, cheeses, arena footing, chewing gum, explosives, matches, emulsions, and wrapping materials.
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White, ordorless, lowest oil content.
Slightly higher oil content, more economical.
Narrow metling range, high enthalpy of fusion.
Diverse industrial uses, bulk delivery.
Whether your question concerns a product, a methodology, or a transportation issue, IRM has the staff and the industry contacts to formulate the optimal approach.
IRM works with clients to develop blends, additives, and processes that match their requirements.
Our engineers will mobilize our resources to help find an economical and innovative solution to your production process or application.
All of these contacts contribute the timely delivery of your products, and the minimum expense.