Polyvinyl Chloride, known as PVC, is one of the world’s leading synthetic polymers. On its own, PVC has a very low thermal stability and rapidly degrades at temperatures required for processing. However, when combined with a number of carefully selected additives, it can possess a wide and varied which enable it to be used to make many different products. See Products
This industry weaves its way across many platforms ranging from laser glass to defense to electronics to optics & imaging. Our specialized products go through the highest quality standards to ensure the highest performance is achieved for your production. See Products
Rubbers & Plastics
The use of rubber is widespread, as the characteristics and properties of these elastomers make them useful in almost all economic sectors: automobiles, footwear, civil construction, plastics, hospital materials and others that are of crucial importance to the daily life of society. As they are most widely used to produce tires, the other applications for synthetic rubbers are for Asphalt Modification, Footwear, Adhesives, Technical goods and Plastic Modifications. See Products
Refractories are heat-resistant materials that constitute the linings for high-temperature furnaces and other processing units. In addition to being resistant to thermal stress and other physical phenomena induced by heat, refractories must also withstand physical wear and corrosion by chemical agents. Refractories are more heat resistant than metals and are required for heating applications above 1000 °F (538°C).
Brick is made from clay and shale – some of the most abundant materials on earth – and then fired in a kiln at up to 2000°F. By going through a chemical transforming, vitrification process in the kiln,the materials in the clay/shale fuse together and become a material that looks great, lasts an incredibly long time and needs practically no maintenance.