White Oils are manufactured from highly refined base oils and consist of saturated paraffinic and cycloparaffinic hydrocarbons. The refinement process ensures complete removal of aromatics, sulphur and nitrogen compounds resulting in products that are highly stable over time, besides being hydrophobic, colourless, odourless and tasteless.
|Mineral Oil, Liquid Paraffins
ExSyn offers the following types of White Oils under the brand OnAdd®
|Pharmaceutical / Food Grade
|Pharmaceutical / Food Grade
|These are manufactured in cGMP and FDA accredited facilities meeting the global standards such as USP/ EP/ BP and US FDA 21 CFR 172.878 & 21 CFR 178 3620 (a).
|Our technical grades comply with US FDA regulations CFR 178.3620 (b) and CFR 121.2589 (b). These grades are extensively used in polymer and plastic industries and are tailored with respect to boiling point distribution and viscosity characteristics.
White Mineral Oils are extensively used as bases for pharmaceutical and personal care products. The inertness of the product offers properties such as good lubricity, smoothness and softness and resistance to moisture in the formulations.
Food grade mineral oils can be used for direct food contact applications such as dough divider & dust suppression in grain silos. These oils can also be used for lubricating food handling equipment and impregnating food packaging & wrapping papers.
These are also used in the polymer processing and plastic industries such as polystyrene, polyolefin and thermoplastic elastomers. The oil controls the melt flow behavior of the finished polymer besides providing release properties. Very often, the oils also impart improvement in physical characteristics of the finished product.
|Paints, Coatings & Sealants
|Master Batches, Carrier for Dyes & Inks, Viscosity Modifier
|Carrier for Pigments
|Feedstock for Biodiesel
|Waxes and Polishes
|Natural Oil Polyol (NOP) used to produce Polyurethane Foam and Polyurethane Elastomers
|Soaps and Detergents
|Soap and Lubricant Additive, Surfactant
|Perfumes and Personal Care
|Additive, Non-Comedogenic Emollient and Humectant in Creams and Lotions, Nail Polish, Ointment, etc
|Hot Melt Road Marking Paint
|Cosmetics and Fragrance
|Thickening Agent, Emulsifier, Sun-Screen Lotion as Protectant from harmful effects of UV rays, Additive to Perfumes, Incense, Hair Lotions, Baby Oil, etc.
|Additive in Food Packaging, Protective Coatings for Fruits & Vegetables, Food Preservatives, etc.
REGISTRATIONS / CERTIFICATIONS
|Intermediate Bulk Container
Store in a sheltered place away from sources of heat and moisture.
OnAdd® White Mineral Oil offered by ExSyn is available for prompt shipment. No matter the quantity you need, our exceptional quality and service will make ExSyn your supplier of choice! If you need any additional information or SDS, please get in touch with us.
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