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Alumina Trihydrate (ATH)

Alumina Trihydrate (ATH), or simply hydrate. Process chemistry is controlled to give a fine product with low impurities and organics. The fine sizing helps make the hydrate easy to dissolve and speeds up reaction times.

Calcined & Reactive Aluminas

Calcined Aluminas serve a variety of functions in refractory formulations, such as enhancing product’s refractoriness and overall performance, improving mechanical strength and abrasion resistance.

Plastic Resin

Plastic resins are made by heating hydrocarbons using a “cracking process” to break down the larger molecules. These polymers can be applied in industries for various applications. They can be used to make milk jugs, plastic wrap, plastic bottles, and various other containers.

Polyethylene (PE) & Polypropylene (PP)

Polyethylene (PE) is the most popular plastic in the world. This is the polymer that makes grocery bags, even bullet proof vests, and etc. Polypropylene (PP) is strong, has good chemical resistance, and has a high melting point making it good for hot-fill liquids.

PVC Resin & Compound

PVC resins and compounds are known for their stable physical properties, and they also have excellent chemical resistance, and stable electrical properties. Flexible vinyl is used in wire and cable insulation, film & sheet, blood bags, medical tubing, and many other applications.

Tabular Alumina

Tabular alumina has extremely high refractoriness, high mechanical strength, abrasion resistance, very good chemical purity, excellent dielectric properties, and good resistance to acid and alkali corrosion. It is used in a variety of industries such as steel, foundry, cement, and etc.