Fibreglass

Fibreglass

Petrochemical derivatives include a wide array of products which, once mixed and treated, are used to manufacture other transformable products. One common example is fibreglass. Due to its excellent thermal insulation and ability to withstand acid and high...
Heating oil

Heating oil

Also called heating oil ‘C’, this fuel is used in heating systems and hot water boilers. Certain additives are used to increase its heating power in comparison to other diesel fuels.
Paraffin

Paraffin

Paraffin is typically recognised for its highly elastic, solid, glutinous, inert and waterproof characteristics – and for its ability to be handled at room temperature. It is also biodegradable and does not release any harmful gases when burned. Thanks to its low cost...
Plastics

Plastics

Plastics come from the compounds derived from crude oil and natural gas. One common use for plastics is in the production of toys. This is because plastics are highly resistant to mechanical and physical stress, in addition to offering a cost-effective solution. The...
PET plastic

PET plastic

Of all types of plastic, one of the most common is polyethylene terephthalate (PET), most commonly used in the production of soft drink bottles.This product is favoured for its unique properties, including transparency, strength, and suitability for packaging food...