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Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc.

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Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. sells and distributes: Refined, USP/NF, Crude and Kosher (where applicable) vegetable oils. They are cGMP certified. Welch, Holme & Clark is registered by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as a drug repackaging establishment. All products are continually tested to maintain the highest quality. Some of WHC products are used in various inks for the graphic art and inks industry.
Castor Oil Pale Pressed Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. Castor Oil Pale Pressed is the fixed oil attained from the seed of Ricinus Communis Linne with a characteristically clear and free of suspended matter appearance, and a slightly characteristic aroma. Chemical engineers have come up with numerous uses for ...view more Castor Oil Pale Pressed is the fixed oil attained from the seed of Ricinus Communis Linne with a characteristically clear and free of suspended matter appearance, and a slightly characteristic aroma. Chemical engineers have come up with numerous uses for castor oil and its derivatives, including coatings, lubricating grease, emulsifiers, polyamide 11 (Nylon 11) engineering plastic, sealants, inks, and more. Industrial Castor Oil has a specific gravity of 0.957 to 0.961 at 25°C, an iodine value of 83 to 88, and a hydroxyl value of 160 to 168. view less
Castor Oil U.S.P. Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. Castor Oil U.S.P. is pale-colored oil extracted from castor oil beans, which are the seeds of Ricinus Communis Linné, with a slightly characteristic aroma. It is used in plastics, textiles, and in a number of inks and industrial adhesives, where the oil i...view more Castor Oil U.S.P. is pale-colored oil extracted from castor oil beans, which are the seeds of Ricinus Communis Linné, with a slightly characteristic aroma. It is used in plastics, textiles, and in a number of inks and industrial adhesives, where the oil is used as a drying oil in the paints, inks, and varnishes. Castor oil is popular due to the fact that its plentiful chemical derivatives are a "renewable sources, bio-degradable and eco-friendly." Castor Oil U.S.P. has a specific gravity between the ranges of 0.957 to 0.961 at 25°C and a saponification value of 176 to 182. view less
Edible Beef Tallow Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. Edible Beef Tallow is obtained by heat rendering of tissues (trimmings and cuttings) from beef, where it is then refined, bleached, neutralized, and deodorized making it refined beef tallow. Animal Fats & Oil, including edible fats and oil, are for coatin...view more Edible Beef Tallow is obtained by heat rendering of tissues (trimmings and cuttings) from beef, where it is then refined, bleached, neutralized, and deodorized making it refined beef tallow. Animal Fats & Oil, including edible fats and oil, are for coatings, ink, paint, lubricant, and adhesive industries. Edible Beef Tallow has a specific gravity of 0.9 and a melting point greater than 40°C. view less
Industrial Castor Oil Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. Industrial Castor Oil is the fixed oil attained from the seed of Ricinus Communis Linn with a characteristically clear and free of suspended matter appearance, and a slightly characteristic aroma. Chemical engineers have come up with numerous uses for cas...view more Industrial Castor Oil is the fixed oil attained from the seed of Ricinus Communis Linn with a characteristically clear and free of suspended matter appearance, and a slightly characteristic aroma. Chemical engineers have come up with numerous uses for castor oil and its derivatives, including coatings, lubricating grease, emulsifiers, polyamide 11 (Nylon 11) engineering plastic, sealants, inks, and more. Industrial Castor Oil has a saponification value of 176 to 184 and a viscosity of 6.3 to 8.9, with an acid value of 2.0 maximum. view less
Refined Peanut Oil N.F. Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. Refined Peanut Oil N.F., overall oil resulting from the seed kernels of one or more of the cultivated assortments of Archis Hypogaea Linn, is a pale gold and slightly flavored with the richness of peanuts. In the U.S., the oil is extracted by cleaning the...view more Refined Peanut Oil N.F., overall oil resulting from the seed kernels of one or more of the cultivated assortments of Archis Hypogaea Linn, is a pale gold and slightly flavored with the richness of peanuts. In the U.S., the oil is extracted by cleaning the nuts and passing them through shellers or hullers to separate the kernels. The kernels, containing 48 to 56 percent of oil, are then “crushed, heated, and pressed hot in hydraulic presses”. Refined vegetable oils are for coatings, ink, paint, lubricant, and adhesive industries. Refined Peanut Oil N.F. has a specific gravity between the ranges of 0.912 to 0.920 at 25°C, a saponification value of 185 to 195, and a refractive index between the ranges of 1.462 to 1.464 at 40°C. view less
Refined Sesame Oil N.F. Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. Refined Sesame Oil N.F. is the refined fixed oil resulting from the seed of one or more of the cultivated assortments of Sesamum Lindicum Linn with a greenish yellow, bright and clear oily liquid and has a bland, almost odorless flavor and aroma. Asian se...view more Refined Sesame Oil N.F. is the refined fixed oil resulting from the seed of one or more of the cultivated assortments of Sesamum Lindicum Linn with a greenish yellow, bright and clear oily liquid and has a bland, almost odorless flavor and aroma. Asian sesame oil, from Japan and China, is made from roasted seeds and has an amber color and a bursting, rich flavor. Refined vegetable oils are for coatings, ink, paint, lubricant, and adhesive industries. Refined Sesame Oil N.F. has a specific gravity between the ranges of 0.916 to 0.921 at 25°C and a saponification value of 188 to 195. view less
WHC Lard Oil Welch, Holme & Clark Co., Inc. WHC Lard Oil contains mainly of olein that is extracted from lard and used particularly as cutting oil, illuminant animal oil, or as a lubricant. Animal and vegetable fats (fat grease and oil) are used in lubricant, soap, coatings, paint, adhesives, ink, ...view more WHC Lard Oil contains mainly of olein that is extracted from lard and used particularly as cutting oil, illuminant animal oil, or as a lubricant. Animal and vegetable fats (fat grease and oil) are used in lubricant, soap, coatings, paint, adhesives, ink, and more. WHC Lard Oil has a saponification number of 190 to 200, a flash point of 430°F minimum, and a viscosity SUS of 190 to 210 (100F). view less