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Testing melting temperature of WAPI waxes
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Comparing Myverol (clear) and blended paraffin wax (green)

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green wax is melting at 65.6°C

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Myverol wax still not melted at 73°C.

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Myverol starting to melt at 76°C

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Myverol melted at 77.5°C

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WAPI maker, June, 2012

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Plugs of paraffin wax crushed in sealed end of WAPI

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WAPI maker sealing 2nd end

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~300 WAPIs made. Holes will be drilled. Melted twice in hot water to make sure no leaks.

 
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