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Cytec to Present Customized Low VOC and APE Free Sulfosuccinate Technologies at the 2010 Adhesives and Sealant Council

Published on 2010-04-08. Author : SpecialChem

Woodland Park, NJ -- Cytec Industries Inc. announced that it will exhibit its low VOC and APE free sulfosuccinate technologies at the upcoming 2010 Adhesives and Sealant Council. The show is taking place in Savannah, GA from April 18-20.

Cytec's APE free surfactants for Emulsion Polymerization, under the trade name AEROSOL®, can be used as primary or sole emulsifiers. They offer excellent pre-emulsion stability and clean robust reaction kinetics with the ability to optimize particle size. The company also offers AEROSOL® wetting agents that offer fast, dynamic and deep wetting. This efficient wetting enables faster operating line speeds. These products are also offered in low foam versions.

Cytec Specialty Additives offers a diverse range of products. The company offers customers solutions to their problems through high-quality products that offer efficient and cost-effective results. They aim to understand the needs and technical challenges of the market so that they can offer their customers advice and recommendations on how best to use their products.

Corporate Profile

Cytec Industries Inc. delivers specialty chemicals and materials technologies beyond our customers' imagination. Our focus on innovation, advanced technology and application expertise enables us to develop, manufacture and sell products that change the way our customers do business. These pioneering products perform specific and important functions for our customers, enabling them to offer innovative solutions to the industries that they serve. Our products serve a diverse range of end markets including aerospace composites, structural adhesives, automotive and industrial coatings, chemical intermediates, electronics, inks, mining and plastics.

Source: Cytec Industries Inc

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