product categories


Acids are versatile chemicals that are used in a variety of industrial processes. They can be used to remove impurities from metals, as a component of fertilizers to promote plant growth, as an ingredient in detergents and soaps to help remove dirt and stains, in batteries to generate electricity, and in the production of paints and dyes to create vibrant colors. Acids are also used in the processing of foods and beverages, as well as in the production of pharmaceuticals and other chemicals. 


Chelants, also known as chelating agents or sequestering agents, are chemical compounds that bind to metal ions, forming a complex with the metal ion that is more stable than the metal ion alone. Chelants are commonly used in a variety of industrial and household applications, such as water treatment, cleaning products, agriculture, and pharmaceuticals. They are particularly useful in removing or preventing the buildup of metal ions that can cause scale, corrosion, or other types of damage.


 Oleochemicals are chemical compounds derived from natural oils and fats, such as soybean oil, palm oil, or coconut oil. These renewable and sustainable materials are transformed through chemical processes such as hydrolysis and hydrogenation to create a range of products, including fatty acids, fatty alcohols, esters, glycerol, and surfactants. Oleochemicals are used in a wide variety of industries, including cosmetics, detergents, lubricants, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals.


Peroxides can be either organic or inorganic, and they are generally unstable and highly reactive due to the presence of the peroxide bond. Organic peroxides are often used as initiators for polymerization reactions in the manufacture of plastics, elastomers, and coatings. They are also used as bleach activators, curing agents for resins and composites, and in the production of specialty chemicals. Inorganic peroxides, such as hydrogen peroxide, are commonly used as oxidizing agents, disinfectants, and bleaching agents.


 Silicones are known for their unique properties, such as high thermal stability, low surface energy, and excellent resistance to moisture and UV radiation. Silicones can be divided into three main categories: fluids, resins, and elastomers. Silicone fluids are low molecular weight compounds that are used as lubricants, release agents, and surfactants. Silicone resins are higher molecular weight materials that are used as coatings, adhesives, and electrical insulators. Silicone elastomers, also known as rubbers, are flexible materials that are used in a wide range of applications, including automotive parts, medical devices, and consumer goods.


Solvents are substances that can dissolve other substances, typically liquids or gases, to create a homogeneous solution. Major uses of solvents are in paints, paint removers, inks, dry cleaning, glue, detergents, perfumes, and fragrances. Solvents can be found in various applications in chemical, pharmaceutical, oil, and gas industries, including in chemical syntheses and purification processes. 


Surfactants, also known as surface-active agents, are chemical compounds that reduce the surface tension between two liquids, or between a liquid and a solid. They contain both hydrophobic (water-repelling) and hydrophilic (water-attracting) properties, which allow them to interact with and modify the properties of surfaces and interfaces. Surfactants are commonly used in a wide range of applications, including detergents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, wetting agents, dispersants, and as additives in various industrial cleaning products.


Amines are versatile organic compounds derived from ammonia, boasting multiple functionalities. Similar to ammonia, amines act as weak bases, making them ideal for neutralizing acidic components and regulating pH in various products and processes. Moreover, amines offer the possibility of further reactions, yielding derivatives with distinctive functionalities that cater to a wide array of applications such as neutralizing acids, enhancing emulsification, providing lubrication, or adjusting viscosity.