Midway Corporation


Wax has many industrial uses. Bonding wax protects small or fragile items from vibration. Hard natural wax is wear resistant and is often used as a polish or a mold-release agent for wax blends. Machinable wax can be turned, milled, drilled, tapped, carved or sawed easily without tool wear. Sealing wax protects containers from water leakage and is often used to lubricate tools. Sheet lining wax can create castings of die patterns. Tapping wax sticks prevent messes and waste in machining operations.

Bonding Wax

  • Provides temporary surface adhesion
  • Removable
  • Available in 2 oz jars or 1 lb trays

Easy-Coat Cutting and Tapping Stick Waxes

  • Non-staining lubricant
  • Chlorine free and sulfur free
  • Available in two sizes: pocket or push-up
  • Pocket size is crayon-like and measures at 1/2"dia x 4-1/2"long and is tan in color
  • Push-up size is 2"dia x 10-3/4"long and is green in color

Hard Natural Wax

  • Carnauba wax is the hardest wax available
  • Softening temperature is 177°F
  • Wear resistant
  • Has a lustrous appearance and is yellow in color
  • Available in 1 lb pkg as wax flakes

 Machinable Wax

  • Hard and tough
  • Softening temperature is 214°F
  • Hardness is Shore 50D-52D
  • +1/8" Tolerance.
  • Available in blue, green or purple

Sealing and Lubricating Wax

  • Available in Beeswax or Paraffin wax
  • Beeswax's melting temperature is 160°F
  • Beeswax has a cream to yellow color
  • Paraffin wax's melting temperature is 140°F
  • Paraffin wax has a white color
  • Both available as blocks, candles or beads

Sheet Lining Wax

  • Available in standard or high temperature sheets
  • Standard softening temperature is 180°F
  • High temperature softening temperature is 220°F
  • Conforms to angles, bends and detailed surfaces
  • Bendable at room temperature
  • Thickness tolerance is +0.002"
  • Tacky-back sheets available with adhesion on 1 side