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  • Chemipol Solutions is pleased to announce a new agency agreement with Domo Engineering Plastics

    DOMO Engineering Plastics is part of DOMO Chemicals, a privately owned German based Chemical Company with 1 billion USD sales and 900 employees with facilities in Germany, Italy, China and the USA. DOMO Chemicals is a fully integrated caprolactam and nylon 6 specialist globally active in the field of nylon 6 intermediates (caprolactam, cyclohexanone, phenol, acetone, etc.), nylon 6 resins, nylon 6 engineering plastics, engineering plastics compounds, nylon 6 packaging film, fertilizers and distribution of petrochemical products.

    DOMO Engineering Plastics is continuously building its strategy to grow its innovative capabilities and globally strengthen the business and service level to its customers. With the acquisition in July 2015 of Technical Polymers LLC, an engineering plastics specialist based in the US, DOMO enlarges its product portfolio with a wide range of high performance engineering polymers, and strengthens its innovation and customized formulation capabilities for specific applications. Also the investment in a new state-of-the-art nylon compounding plant, located at the company’s Jiaxing facilities in Zhejiang Province, China, and fully operational end of 2015, is part of the global expansion of DOMO Engineering Plastics.

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  • CINIC Pigments Shanghai Visits Chemipol

    Recently, Mr Jean Paul Marche and Mr Michael Lin paid Chemipol a visit from CINIC Pigments, Shanghai, to present Chemipol Solutions with an official distribution plaque. Click the link below to see the photos.

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  • History of Polymer and Plastics

    Plastics are polymers. What is a polymer? The most simple definition of a polymer is something made of many units. Think of a polymer as a chain. Each link of the chain is the "mer" or basic unit that is made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and/or silicon. To make the chain, many links or "mers" are hooked or polymerized together.

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  • Brighter inks, without pigment

    Among the taxidermal specimens in Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology, past centuries-old fur coats, arises a flicker of brilliant blue. This is the spangled cotinga. Surprisingly, the cotinga is about as old as everything in the room, but its color is still as dazzling as the day it was brought to the museum.

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  • Colour Blindness

    Color blindness is not a form of blindness at all, but a deficiency in the way you see color. With this vision problem, you have difficulty distinguishing certain colors, such as blue and yellow or red and green.

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  • 11 Facts About Recycling

    The average person generates over 4 pounds of trash every day and about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year. Americans make more than 200 million tons of garbage each year, enough to fill Busch Stadium from top to bottom twice a day.

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  • A Litre of Light

    This simple invention is causing a stir. All you need is a plastic bottle, a cap full of bleach and of course, the sun!

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