[Histonet] wax temperatures

Malcolm McCallum Malcolm.McCallum <@t> tamut.edu
Thu Sep 21 08:53:21 CDT 2006

I don't know about 10 degrees above melting, but if held too warm for too long it will cause the carbon chains to break down.
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Subject: [Histonet] wax temperatures

Does anyone know what happens to Paraplast Xtra if it is 10 degrees
above its melting point?

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