Alfa Chemistry: A Comprehensive Portfolio of Hydrophobic Polymers Makes Breakthroughs Closer

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Alfa Chemistry: A Comprehensive Portfolio of Hydrophobic Polymers Makes Breakthroughs Closer

June 28
19:12 2022
Earlier this month, Alfa Chemistry launched a comprehensive portfolio of hydrophobic polymers, which aims to make breakthroughs for both researchers and industrial manufacturers.

New York, USA – June 28, 2022 – As an innovator and leader in surface coating technology, Alfa Chemistry develops effective solutions that modify various surfaces from metals, glasses, and polymers. Earlier this month, Alfa Chemistry launched a comprehensive portfolio of hydrophobic polymers, which aims to make breakthroughs for both researchers and industrial manufacturers.

The newly released hydrophobic polymers are wide-ranged and encompass Acrylic Hydrophobic Polymers, Amic Acid Solution, Carbonated Polymers, Ether Polymers, Fluorocarbon Polymers, Nylon Polymers, Poly(N-Vinylpyrrolidone) Polymers, Poly(Tetrahydrofuran) Polymers, Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Polymers, Polyacetate Polymers, Polybenzoic Acid Polymers, Polybutadiene Polymers, Polyethylene Polymers, Polypentadiene Polymers, Polypropylene Polymers, Polystyrene Polymers, Polyvinyl Pyridine Polymers, etc.

“The field of surface chemistry has undergone an explosive development ever since its debut. With advances made within the past ten years, the research community gained a better understanding of the potential for surface chemistry in areas including heterogeneous catalysis, semiconductors, medicine, anticorrosion, lubrication, and nanotechnology,” said one of the senior scientists from Alfa Chemistry.

While countless applications are still being explored, hydrophobic polymers, which are insoluble in water and other polar solvents, are commonly used as coatings, adhesives, fibers, films, and engineering plastics, in addition to biomedical polymers for vascular grafts, implants, and ophthalmic applications. “Our experts are devoted to functionalizing polymers, making them suited to your application needs,” further added the scientist.

Alfa Chemistry is now capable of providing the highest quality hydrophobic polymers. Some of them are listed below:

Poly(ethylene-co-ethyl acrylate) (CAS 9010-86-0), poly(propylene carbonate) (CAS 25511-85-7), poly(ethyl acrylate) solution (CAS 9003-32-1), polypropylene-graft-maleic anhydride (CAS 25722-45-6), polyacrylonitrile (CAS 25014-41-9), poly(acrylonitrile-co-butadiene) (CAS 9003-18-3), propylene glycol propyl ether, 99% (CAS 1569-01-3), poly(ethyl vinyl ether) (CAS 25104-37-4), nylon 11 (CAS 25035-04-5), poly(tetrafluoroethylene) (CAS 9002-84-0), polytetrafluoroethylene preparation (CAS 9002-84-0), poly(vinyl chloride) carboxylated (CAS 25702-80-1), poly(4-bromostyrene) (CAS 24936-50-3), propylene glycol diacetate (CAS 623-84-7), and more.

Meanwhile, Alfa Chemistry also supplies other types of surface coating polymers such as hydrophilic polymers, biomedical polymers, and polymerization tools. Please visit https://surface-coating.alfa-chemistry.com/products/hydrophobic-polymers.html to learn more.

About Alfa Chemistry

As a chemical supplier, Alfa Chemistry strives to provide a full range of high-quality chemicals and materials to organizations around the world. Given the rapid advances in surface chemistry and their indispensable roles in various industrial technologies, Alfa Chemistry began to focus on surface coating through an introduction to a diversified portfolio of polymers and solutions. The company believes that their surface technologies such as hydrophobic treatment, oleophobic treatment, hydrophilic treatment, anti-fingerprint, and adhesion promotion will bring increased green options to clients, contributing to their success in chemical and energy conversion, information processing, health care, as well as material science.

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