26 February 2013

Wax-A Lesser Known But Vital Component In Industrial And Domestic Products

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SCI's London Group

UCL, London UK

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Synopsis

The term wax is generally applied to all wax-like solids and liquids found in nature, and to those that occur in waxes, such as the hydrocarbons, acids, alcohols and esters, irrespectible of their source or method of preparation.

The British Wax Refining Company Ltd was founded in 1914 by Sidney Case-Green, for the purpose of bleaching and refining waxes. The company has a long tradition of refining and processing natural waxes.

End uses include, Cosmetics and Beauty, Art and Crafts, Polishes, Candles, Food manufacture and storage, Casting, Moulding , Figure Making and Special Effects and more.

Now run by Sidney's great grandchildren, the business is in greater shape than ever. Dr Stephen Case-Green joined the family business in 1999 and will talk of the four generations of experience and knowledge of these materials.


Venue and Contact

UCL

Department of Chemistry
University College London
20 Gordon Street
London, WC1H 0AJ 
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The lecture will be preceded by tea/coffee in the Nyholm room and followed by a Mixer in the Nyholm Room.

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Additional Info

Speaker

Dr Stephen Case-Green
The British Wax Refining Company Ltd