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World's Fastest, Even Heating, Energy Efficient, Digitally Controlled Packaging Wax Melters

  • Fast, Safe & Precise Melting Of All Packaging Waxes Used For Coating, Laminating & Impregnating Materials.
  • 100% US Steel Free From Mercury, Lead & Radiation.
  • Round Inner Surface is High-Grade, US 304 Stainless Steel with #4 Finish so it is easy to clean, rust proof, and provides years of service.
  • Waterless With Permanent Heating Elements: No Replacement Heaters or Water Needed!
  • Double-Walled & Fully Insulated Melting Tank Keeps Melter Hot Inside And Cool Outside.
  • Includes Stainless Steel Lid, 1" (2.54cm) Brass Ball Valve and Heated Spout/Valve For Clog Free Operation.
  • 1 Year Warranty & Fantastic Customer Service On All Wax Melters.
  1. PRIMO Wax Melting Tank: If Maximum Melting Point of ALL Materials is UNDER 212ºF/100ºC
  2. PRIMO X-Treme Wax Melter: If Maximum Melting Point of ANY Material is OVER 212ºF/100ºC
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Melting Packaging wax is used in the packaging industry and applied by coating the product with wax (placing wax on the surface of packaging material), laminating the item with wax (applying wax between two materials), and/or impregnating the molten wax into the packaging material surface.

Melted wax is need whether the packaging materials are coated, laminated, or impregnated since it is usually applied with a continuous flow wax. WaxMelters packaging melting tanks are designed to provide you with a steady stream of molten packaging wax which can then be:
  • Sprayed or flushed (saturated) onto the packaging material
  • Passed through a "Curtain Coating" of packaging wax
  • The packaging material can be dipped and submerged directly into the melted packaging wax
Melting packaging wax can be applied using a metal or rubber roller onto the packaging material. Ultimately, every process requires melting you packaging wax which is generally made of paraffin, a blend of wax with paraffin, and some form of microcrystalline especially when adhesion and flexibility are desired.