As one of the cheapest sources of energy, Paraffin is used by millions of people in South Africa as well as Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, Lesotho and Swaziland. Although mostly used for domestic purposes, such as cooking and heating, paraffin also plays a role in industrial environments. With many sources of energy to choose from, Illuminating Paraffin remains a popular choice due to its inexpensive nature as well as the appliances that it is intended for.
|Property: Appearance||Units||Limit||Requirements: Clear, free from water suspended matter,
sediment and other Impurities.
|Density @ 20°C||kg/l||–||Report|
|Flash Point, Abel||°C||min||43|
|Burning Test, Char Value||mg/kg||max||10|
|Copper corrosion, 3hrs @ 50°C. ASTM scale classification||–||max||1|