Beeswax pellets is obtained from the honeycombs of bees after the honey has been removed by draining or centrifuging.
Beeswax pellets is obtained from the honeycombs of bees after the honey has been removed by draining or centrifuging. The combs are melted with hot water, steam or solar heat; the melted product is filtered and cast into cakes of yellow beeswax.
Yellow beeswax pellets with a faint characteristic odour suitable for use in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and confectionary industries. Also it can be used in the high end candle and polish markets.
Cosmetics industry: Taking advantage of its natural good adhesion, permeability, emulsification, smoothness and other characteristics, it is widely used in the production of cosmetic products such as creams, lipsticks, rouge, head oils, eyebrow pencils, eye shadows, bath lotions, lotions and so on. It is formulated into a variety of medicinal and skin care ointments, plasters, creams, etc. Most of them are made of beeswax.
Pharmaceutical industry: In the pharmaceutical industry, it is widely used in the coating and shell of certain tablets and pills, as a base for ointments and ointments, in the packaging of Chinese patent medicines, and in the production of pharmaceutical slow-release agents. It can also be used to manufacture dental casting wax. Teeth models such as base wax and sticky wax. The rubber coating used in today's human body transplantation of electronic instruments also contains beeswax.
Food industry: Taking advantage of its good plasticity, detachability, film formation and waterproof, anti-moisture, anti-oxidation and other characteristics, it is used as an important material and release agent in the food industry, and can be used as food coating, packaging and outerwear.
Agriculture industry: In agriculture, beeswax is mainly used to preserve fruits and vegetables and for feed addition.