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Wax Market To Reach US$ 11,017.7 Mn By 2026

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Wax falls under the class of hydrocarbon fats that melts above 40°C, providing a viscosity liquid after melting. Wax is mainly used in industries, especially for coatings. Wax is also being used extensively as additives, and a base material to aid processing. Working as a corrosion inhibitor, the wax is being largely in the production of the metal products. Increasing trend of candles is resulting in the rise in the use of wax by the companies producing a variety of candles in a different size, color and shape.

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Wax falls under the class of hydrocarbon fats that melts above 40°C, providing a viscosity liquid after melting. Wax is mainly used in industries, especially for coatings. Wax is also being used extensively as additives, and a base material to aid processing. Working as a corrosion inhibitor, the wax is being largely in the production of the metal products. Increasing trend of candles is resulting in the rise in the use of wax by the companies producing a variety of candles in a different size, color and shape.

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