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September 19, 2017

TOUCH THIS IMAGE: Momentive Silanes. Which one is the right one for you?

Touch this image to discover the right Silane for your formulation.  

September 7, 2017

Efficient Application of Combined Amendments Reduces PHC Concentrations Below Washington MCTA Levels

Download the PDF   Project Highlights In situ injection application of PlumeStop® Liquid Activated Carbon™ and ORC Advanced® brings closure to facility identified as Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) site REGENESIS®Remediation Services (RRS) used a multi-point approach to efficiently inject the combined amendments, completing…

August 31, 2017

Responsible Distribution Canada’s (RDC) Statement on the Devastation on the Gulf Coast

A message from RDC: The Canadian chemical and ingredient distribution sector’s member and affiliate companies extend heartfelt support and prayers for our colleagues, their families and all people in the Gulf of Mexico areas being hit hard by Hurricane Harvey….

August 17, 2017

Corrosion Protection and Detergency Boosters

Choose quaternized amine surfactants for your formulations’ corrosion protection and detergency boosting needs.  Check out our dynamic infographic to explore Evonik’s surfactants for low VOC cleaning: Simply click or touch the icons in the infographic to learn more!

August 9, 2017


Choosing the right product for the right formulation that meets your business needs can be a daunting task. Curing Agents provide many advantages but which ones should you choose to meet difficult end-use requirements? As a leader in the epoxy…

August 9, 2017

Do you need a very versatile ambient temperature curing agent that has immediate compatibility and a long working life?

EPIKURE™ Curing Agent 3046 is an aliphatic amidoamine that provides a working life of several hours at normal room temperatures, yet cures to handling strength in thin sections overnight at temperatures above 60 °F. Good strength properties are generally achieved…