Fisher Tropsch Wax

Fischer Tropsch wax is a synthetic wax produced by the polymerization of carbon monoxide under high pressure, a technology used in the emerging natural Gas to Liquid (GTL) projects. The hydrocarbon product of FT reaction is distilled to separate the mix into fuels products and waxes with melting points ranging from about 45 - 106ºC.

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Product Drop/Melting Point ℃/℉
(ASTM D87)
Oil Content Max%
(ASTM D721)
Color in Saybolt or No.
(ASTM D156)
Needle Penetration 1/10mm @25℃
(ASTM D1321)
Odour
(ASTM D1833)
Kinematic Viscocity @212℉
(ASTM D445)
Ultraviolet Absorbance
21CFR172.886(b)
Flash Point ℃
(ASTM D92)
CMP617 93-96/199-205 N/A White 2.5Max N/A 30Max N/A N/A
CMP615 97-99/206-210 N/A White 1.5Max N/A 50Max N/A N/A
CMP601 98-100/208-212 N/A White 1Max N/A 10Max N/A N/A
H1 96-100/204.8-212 0.2% +15MIn 1Max N/A N/A N/A N/A

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