Solutions for Higher Performing, Value-Added Vinyl and Plastics
Vinyl and plastics manufacturers rely on products such as K-FLEX® non-phthalate plasticizers, Good-Rite® 3114 non-yellowing antioxidant, and Kalama® Sodium Benzoate nucleating agent to produce high performing, long lasting products while also improving productivity, adding value, and minimizing the health, safety, and regulatory concerns associated with phthalates and other plasticizer chemistries under scrutiny.
Very high solvating, dibenzoate plasticizer for outstanding stain resistance and durability in vinyl, as well as a low-VOC coalescent for Ecolabel paints; exceptional low temperature flexibility
Most versatile dibenzoate plasticizer, offering exceptional low temperature flexibility and compatibility with a wide range of polar polymers and rubbers; excellent choice for many high-solvating plasticizer applications
Versatile dibenzoate plasticizer for performance in vinyl, adhesives, sealants, and coatings, offering excellent compatibility with polar polymers and a low freeze point for easier handling.
Low-VOC dibenzoate plasticizer optimized for use in waterborne latex applications, especially adhesives, where it improves tack, reduces set times, and suppresses Tg
Economical, high solvating PVC plasticizer for excellent compatibility, stain resistance, and durability in vinyl applications, as well as good characteristics in caulks and sealants
Low-VOC, dibenzoate coalescent tailored for ultra-low-VOC applications such as eco-friendly paints and coatings.
Sodium Benzoate preservative NF/FCC/E211, dense granules (granular form).
Sodium Benzoate preservative NF/FCC/E211, extruded dust-free.
Sodium Benzoate preservative NF/FCC/E211, powder form.
Sodium Benzoate preservative NF/FCC/E211, highest purity and quality worldwide.
K-FLEX is a registered trademark of Emerald Kalama Chemical, LLC for its line of low-VOC plasticizers and coalescents. K-FLEX is also a registered trademark of King Industries, Inc. for its line of polyester and urethane polyols and resin modifiers.