General description of petroleum jelly medical grade

Petroleum jelly medical grade is a mixture of natural waxes and mineral oils that together lock moisture in skin, moisturizing it to repair and relieve dryness. Petroleum jelly medical grade is made by the waxy petroleum material that formed on oil rigs and distilling it.Iran Petroleum jelly medical grade has been used in various ointments and as a lubricant.The history of vaseline starts in 1859.That s where oil workers had been using rod wax, an unrefined form of petroleum jelly then just a simple by-product of the drilling they were working on to heal wounded or burnt skin.

Packing of petroleum jelly medical grade

Petroleum jelly medical grade is packed in new or second hand 180 kg drums used drums is not suggested for petroleum jelly loading since it is so sensitive and should be quite pure and healthy without any impurity which will be dangerous for human being just new steel or plastic drum with sealed door is used for Pharma petroleum jelly , ISO tank , flexi tanks. Each 20 foot container takes 110 drum petroleum jelly.

Uses of petroleum jelly medical grade

Petroleum jelly medical grade is used all over the world to protect and heal dry skin, from dry, cracked hands to hard skin on heels, as well as for beauty purposes, like softening the lips or highlighting the cheekbones . Vaseline is used to protect and repair the skin. Vaseline is used for preventing diaper rash, but it can also be used to protect minor cuts and burns, to soften skin, and to lock in moisture in dry, cracked skin.

Analysis of petroleum jelly medical grade

Kinematic viscosity at 100 ˚C 6.1 cst 6-8 cst ASTM D-445
Congealing Point 57 ˚C 45-58 ˚C ASTM D-938
Penetration Consistency 157 (0.1 mm ) 140-160 (0.1 mm ) ASTM D-937
Color (Lovibond ) 0.2 Y Max 0.5 Y IP-17 Method A 2 cell
Acidity or Alkalinity Passed According to test method B.P 2007
Odor Passed Odour less when rubbed on hand —-
Polycyclic aromatic Hydrocarbons Passed Not more than absorbance of solution 6mg/l Naphtalene in DMSO @ 278 nm B.P 2007