Prepped HTP1212 - 3.5” Candle Wick
HTP Wicks are a flat braid wick possessing intertwined thin paper
fibers. The result of this design is a cleaner burning, self-trimming
wick with additional structural strength, controlled curling and a
hotter, more efficient flame.
This Prepared HTP 1212 wick is 3.5" in height with a 15mm x 3mm Wick Tab and High Melt Point Wax Coating. A suggested wick for soy candles up to 3.5 inches in diameter, beeswax candles up to 2" in diameter and Paraffin Candles 4+ inches in Diameter.
Please note this wick information is only to provide a starting point for your candle making and is based on our own testing using a variety of containers, pillar molds, dyes, fragrances and waxes. Individual testing is recommended as style of container, mold, addition of candle dye and fragrance can alter the wick size required.
The Prepped HTP1212 is a 3.5" wick suggested for soy candles up to 3.5 inches in diameter and medium coloured beeswax candles up to 2" in diameter. HTP Wick's are a flat braid wick possessing intertwined thin paper fibers.
Choosing the correct type and size wick is one of the most important steps to a great burning candle. While we give wicking suggestions, there are many variables, such as wax type, fragrance level, dye and style of container that can affect how a candle burns. In the case of some larger diameter candles, one wick may not be enough and multiple wicks are required for the candle to burn optimally. We recommend that you always TEST, TEST, TEST before manufacturing several to ensure you have chosen the correct wick for your candle. For accurate test results, start your test burn 12-24 hours after pouring and burn your candle for 3 - 4 hours at a time, allowing the wax to fully harden between burns, re-trimming your wick to the appropriate length before re-lighting.
Wick Designation: HTP1212
ROC (gr/hr): 6.52
Flame Height (inches): 1.64
Pool Diameter (inches): 2.09
ROC means the Rate of Wax Consumption in grams by the wick in one hour
Disclaimer: This information is provided only to indicate general trends. These statistics should be viewed as reasonable estimates for comparison purposes only. Actual results should be determined on an application by application basis as results may vary based upon colour, blend, wax, fragrance and size/shape of container.