Our crosslinkers irreversibly change properties to the final optimised level required.

Crosslinking refers to the process of bonding two polymer chains together through the formation of covalent bonds or relatively short sequences of chemical bonds. The crosslinking of polymer chains leads to increased chemical and physical resiliance, allowing our customers to enhance the durability of polymers. As a result, polymers with improved properties find a wide range of applications across various scientific and industrial fields.

Crosslinkers play a significant role in coating everyday polymers. Examples include rubber tires, oil-based paints, solar panels, and medical equipment. By utilising our extensive range of crosslinkers, manufacturers can produce materials that are more resilient and reliable, ultimately enhancing the overall performance and longevity of the products.