Evonik starts up crosslinking activator plants in Wesseling, Germany

Evonik starts up crosslinking activator plants in Wesseling, Germany

11:16 AM, 10th December 2014
Evonik starts up crosslinking activator plants in Wesseling, Germany
Evonik headquarters in Essen, Germany.

ESSEN, GERMANY: Evonik has started up two new plant units for the production of crosslinking activators at its multi-user site in Wesseling, Germany. With triallyl cyanurate (TAC) and triallyl isocyanurate (TAICROS), the company now offers two high-quality crosslinking activators for use in plastics and rubber. In the area of research and development, Evonik works with customers in the plastics industry on innovative new developments on a continuous basis. The most stringent demands and individual requirements set the benchmark for new solutions.

“The new production allows us to meet our customers’ rising quality requirements as well as the growing demand worldwide, especially in the photovoltaics sector,” said Matthias Hau, Head of the Agrochemicals & Polymer Additives Business Line, Evonik.


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