Transcript: Wax Scent Color How Do You Do That?? Wicks Heat Molds and Containers How to Make Candles
Transcript: Artful Aromas: Characteristics of the product: Characteristics of our Candles Our candles are made by hand and we hope that in the future the production will increase, now there is a great variety of colors ... Price... Price... At the moment each of our candles have a value of $ 0.75 If you wanna have peace and rest in your free time, use our scented candles for relaxation! Artful Aroma's plans for the future The Artful Aroma's plans for the future we plan to sell our candles, in craft sales and supermarkets maybe in the future export it to the Central American level to expand the business and have more profits. As soon as you enter the store you can smell the aroma of the candles!!! Promotions! Promotions! -only for this month will be 2 x $ 1.00! when you want to feel a fresh aroma just buy our candles for having that fresh aroma and peace you always wanted! Unless you buy this candles you will never find that kind of peace you wanted... or 3 x $1.75...
Transcript: Candles Oil is dangerous to light a match and have a big fire inside of a house. If you put oil in the fire pit outside of your house you're okay. The wax is not dangerous unless it gets into a person younger than 6 or 7. Especially if they're a toddler. It's dark wait I have a candle and a match. God said let there be light and there was light! Colorful Candles In the candle there's something called a wick and the wick makes sure the candle gets lit. If the wick doesn't make the candle light up then you need a new candle. The End:) Thank you and any questions? candle oil My first question is, how does a candle get lit? My second question is, Why do candles have wax instead of oil. candle wax vs
Transcript: Manufacturing of Candles Candles The types of wax used in the making of candles have changed greatly during the past few decades. Today, substances are often mixed together to create stronger candles with higher melting points. In the United States, standard commercial candles usually contain 60 percent paraffin, 35 percent stearic acid, and 5 percent beeswax. Some candles contain small amounts of candelilla or carnauba waxes to regulate the softening or melting point of the finished wax. Beeswax candles are made of only pure insect wax and paraffin plus a small amount of stiffening wax. The wick is made of a high grade of cotton or linen. The material is braided so that it will burn in one direction and will curl so that its end remains in the candle flame's oxidizing zone for even and intense burning. Often, wire-core wicks are used. These wicks have a wire center that allows them to burn slightly hotter than cotton and remain erect in the melted wax In the developed world today, candles are used mainly for their aesthetic value and scent, particularly to set a soft, warm, or romantic ambiance, for emergency lighting during electrical power failures, and for religious or ritual purposes. Scented candles are used in aromatherapy. Disposal of Candles Use of Candles All candles are shipped from their respective producers. If there is anything wrong with the candle, people either throw it away or send it back to the company for a replacement. Process of Making Candles The Materials The manufacturing of candles consists of three steps: preparation of the wicking, preparation of the wax base, and continuous molding or extrusion of the finished candles. First, the wax is heated and melted into a clear, near-liquid state in huge metal kettles.Any desired scents and colours are added at this time. Since the invention of Joseph Morgan's first candlemaking machine, the making of candles has been performed mainly by continuous molding machines. Before the pouring of the wax, the wick is pulled through the tip of the mold. The wax is cooled to slightly above its melting point and poured into a molding table located above the molds where it then pours into the molds and is hardened. After candles are made, they are individually put into glass containers or wrapped in plastic. They are then bubble wrapped and put into to boxes to be shipped to the store to be put on sale.
Transcript: Candles What Are Candles a candle is a cylinder or block of wax or tallow with a central wick that is lit to produce light as it burns. Tallow means: a hard fatty substance made from rendered animal fat, used in making candles and soap. verb How are they made Candle wicks were, at first, made of reeds or rushes; eventually, various natural fibers were used. In 1824, Frenchman Jean-Jacques Cambaraceres introduced an important refinement in wick technology with the plaited wick, which burned more evenly than unplaited wicks. Twisted or plaited cotton still makes up most wicks today. Today candles are made of only pure insect wax and paraffin plus a small amount of stiffening wax. The wick is made of a high grade of cotton or linen. Task 2 Invented by who Egyptians are known to make the first candle in 3000 BC. But rumors say that the Chinese created the candle in 221 BC. Task 3 Smells There are so many types of candle smells out in the world today. Some even being created now as we speak. The first candle smell to be create was Task 4 What are they used for Task 5 how it has changed throughout history Click to edit text Task 6 http://www.madehow.com/Volume-1/Candle.html https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/candlemaking-soap-supplies/item/history/-history-of-candle-making.html sources Are they good to breathe in
Transcript: Chemicals Facts Wick: The wick of a candle is made up of absorbent fibres. The water vapour that comes off when the paraffin wax is heated, is absorbed by these fibres. Because the wick is now damp from the water vapour, it cannot be burned and therefore maintains a flame. Candles By:Tim Poling The Romans were known to melt paraffin wax down and then apply it while still very warm to the body before giving a massage. French doctors used melted paraffin wax to protect wounds to help them heal and avoid infections. Paraffin wax was identified by Carl Reichenback in the 1850s. Paraffin wax is cheaper than other waxes, especially bees wax. Paraffin Wax Chemical formula: C25H52 Wax: Paraffin wax is the scientific name for candle wax. The wax is a heavy hydrocarbon, which means it consists of carbon and hydrogen. When a candle is burned, the Paraffin wax reacts with O2 (oxygen gas) in the air to produce water and carbon dioxide. It can be made by mixing slack wax oil with solvents. Then heating the solution to its boiling point and quickly cooling it down. Some say burning candles in your home can be dangerous do to black soot and lead wicks. Scientists have tested this theory but there was never any evidence to suggest that candles pollute the air in any way.
Transcript: Thank You!! 3 Hours In conclusion, I never finished the actual experiment. After 4 hours, I blew out the candles and measured them. This is what I made into my results, how tall they were. The origional height was 12 inches and 2 where 5 inches and the other 2 where a little more than 4 inches. White Candle Red Candle Purple Candle Off~White Candle Lighter Stopwatch Start 4 3/4 inches Pictures By Riley Phillips B3 Integrated Science 1 Hour Conclusion Step 3~ After all the candles have melted, conclude which candle burned fastest, slowest and what the average time was. Origional 30 Min 3 hr 30 Min Red 5 1/4 inches Materials A candle colored white will burn slower than the colored candles. Purple White 4 Hours Off- White Step 2~When a candle is completely melted, record the time. You should do this for all the candles. __:__ 1 hr 30 Min 12 inches __:__ Procedure 2 hr 30 Min Hypothesis Does a white candle burn faster than a colored candle? Background Research Step 1~ Light each candle and immediately start the stopwatch after it's been lit. Results 2 Hours 5 inches 4 1/2 inches __:__
Transcript: Why are candles so great to have? ~The final material used is candle wicks. The wicks are used to carry the flame when the candle is lit. The difference from our candles is that you actually know what is in the product. Shredded wax ~Third material used is fragrance oils. The fragrance oils are used to give the candles a scent so they could smell good. 2. $5-$30 lower than STEPS prices 1. 3. melt wax Other companies prices are marked up high. The lowest price for their candles are about $5, but the candles are small. Our candles are aren't marked up high and the cost for a small candle is about $3. The cost for a large candle from us is about $10. 7. Other companies It's about $10 - $20 for a medium size candle from other companies. ~Another material used is wax. The wax is the main material used because this creates the candle. ~Candles are not only a creative way to decorate use hot glue gun to glue wick to the botton of jar ~Candles are a great way for you to demostrate your creative side. let wax dry Our product can be trusted because you actually know what is in the product, and all the materials are safe. Other companies don't tell people what is in their product and that might lead them to having an allergic reaction due to the materials used in their candles. once done melting wax and color is already added add fragrance oils your house up. Our prices put shredded wax in glass container. 6. The cost for a large candle from others companies is about $20 - $30 or higher. Candle wicks Materials Fragrance oils These types of candles are different from other candles. Crayons 5. Other candles are usually priced really high and ours is priced very low. By knowing what is in the candles this will let the people know if there is anything in the product that will cause an allergic reaction. ~One of the materials used is crayons. The crayon is used to add color to the wax. melt crayon with wax to add color Compared to other candles, our candles are priced very low. It's about $5 for a medium sized candle from us $15 your house, but are also a great way to bighten 4. Candles are a great way to show your creativity in a unique way Glass jars/cups put melted wax in glass jar/ cup
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