Rubber Process Oils
Paraffinic oil is a type of rubber processing oil. Liquid paraffin oil is extensively used in the manufacture of inner butyl tubes, butyl reclaim, EPDM based rubber products such as weather stripes (profiles), hose pipes, and also automotive components.
Features of Paraffinic Oil
Meets the Needs
Our paraffinic oil meets the needs of manufacturers of NR, SBR, PBR, Butyl and EPDM based rubber products.
Wide Viscosity Range
These oils are generally light in colour with a wide viscosity range.
It also has high aniline and flash points.
Properties of Paraffinic Oil
Applications of Paraffinic Oil
The many uses of liquid paraffin oil may include:
- Light paraffin oil is often used in lubricating machinery and as a fuel for heaters.
- Liquid paraffin oil is also an important ingredient in cosmetics and perfumes.
- Light paraffin oil is used in the development of inner butyl tubes, butyl reclaim, and EPDM based rubber products such as weather stripes and hose pipes, as mentioned above.
In the 25 years since our initiation, Gandhar oil has made its name as a high-quality paraffinic oil manufacturing company. Gandhar oil brings an assortment of products customised to the needs of a range of industries. We pride ourselves on our ability to adapt to the changing needs of our clients, and the faith our wide client base spanning continents puts in us proves our worth as one of the best paraffinic oil distributors in the world.
Paraffinic Oil FAQs
Naphthenic base oil is a type of mineral oil that is liquid at room temperature and has a very low viscosity. It is often used in paint, varnish, and lubricants. Paraffinic oils, in contrast, come in a range of viscosities, and are often used in engine oil, hydraulic fluids, and road paving.
Light paraffin oil is often used in lubricating machinery and as a fuel for heaters. Paraffinic base oils are also an important ingredient in cosmetics and perfumes.