Chemtura Corp.

Contact Information

Please visit: Chemtura Corp.

Mailing Address:
199 Benson Rd.
Middlebury, CT 06749 US

Phone: 203-573-2000
Toll-Free: 800-423-8569
Fax: 203-573-3393

Product Categories of Chemtura Corp.

  • Antiblocking Agents
  • Antifogging Agents
  • Antioxidants more (+)
  • Antistats
  • Blowing Agents--Chemical Type more (+)
  • Crosslinking Agents for Thermoplastics
  • Flame Retardants/Smoke Suppressants more (+)
  • Heat Stabilizers for PVC more (+)
  • Heat-Distortion Modifiers
  • Impact Modifiers more (+)
  • Lubricants more (+)
  • Nucleating/Clarifying Agents
  • Plasticizers more (+)
  • Processing Aids--Polymeric Type more (+)
  • Release Agents--Internal (Additive Type) more (+)
  • Slip Agents
  • Urethane Chemicals--Complete Systems (Foam and Elastomer)
  • Urethane Chemicals--Individual Components
  • Urethane Crosslinkers, Chain Extenders more (+)
  • UV Stabilizers more (+)

As seen in PT

  • K 2013 Preview: Materials & Additives

    The K 2013 show will present a broad range of engineered plastics materials, including thermoplastic composites, as well as additives. Automotive and electronic applications will be the main targets, as well as medical, packaging, lighting, and construction.

  • K 2010 Preview, Additives A Mix of New Ingredients at K Show

    Want your plastic to mold faster, tougher, clearer?

  • Chemicals & Additives at NPE 2003

    Compounders, molders, and extruders will find new answers to virtually all their additive needs at NPE 2003.

  • Chemtura to Shed PVC Additives

    Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., which is now in bankruptcy proceedings, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its PVC additives business to SK Capital Partners, a New York–based private equity firm focusing on specialty materials, chemicals, and healthcare.

  • Chemtura to Sell Off PVC Additives Business

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., which is now in bankruptcy proceedings, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its PVC additives business to SK Capital Partners, a New York –based private equity firm focusing on specialty materials, chemicals, and healthcare.

  • Suppliers to Phase Out Decabrom

    The U.S.

  • Milacron and Chemtura File For Bankruptcy Protection

    Two big filings for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection occurred in March.

  • Milacron and Chemtura File For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

    WEB EXCLUSIVE Two big filings for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection occurred last month.

  • A new two-component urethane system is said to allow casting parts ranging from grams to tons with greater ease and greater resulting toughness and durability than are possible with conventional hot-cast elastomers.

  • Enhancing Biopolymers: Additives Are Needed for Toughness, Heat Resistance & Processability

    Plastics are going “green,” but they will need some help to get there. Biodegradable polymers derived from renewable resources are attracting lots of interest and publicity, but that enthusiasm is counterbalanced by persistent questions of availability, cost, performance, and processability. All these issues are inter-related: Increasing demand will lead to more capacity, which will presumably lead to lower prices. But the foundation is market demand, which ultimately depends on whether biopolymers will have the performance properties and processability to compete with existing non-renewable plastics.

  • Baerlocher Gets Chemtura’s OBS Stabilizers for Rigids

    Germany’s Baerlocher (U.S. headquarters in Dover, Ohio) has acquired the proprietary organic-based heat stabilizer (OBS) business of Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., for rigid PVC applications.

  • The hot topic at this year’s PUR conference was rigid and flexible foams with increased biobased content. There was also news in one-component cast elastomers, surfactants, and TPUs.

  • More Efficient Compatibilizer for WPCs

    A "next-generation" coupling agent for wood-plastic composites (WPCs) is said to promise signifi cantly higher efficiency than existing products.

  • 'Greener' Liquid Phosphite Contains No Nonylphenol

    A novel liquid phosphite antioxidant is said to offer a more worker-friendly alternative to the workhorse secondary antioxidant, TNPP, while providing very similar cost-performance.

  • Chemtura Sheds EPDM

    Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., has completed the sale of its EPDM business and Celogen blowing agents for rubber (not plastics) to Lion Copolymer, LLC, Baton Rouge, La., which makes SBR rubber.

  • Chemtura to Exit Organic Peroxides

    Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., will sell its organic peroxides business, including a plant in Marshall, Texas, to Pergan GmbH, a peroxide producer in Bocholt, Germany. www.pergan.com

  • Chemtura Sheds EPDM

    Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., one of the world’s three largest EPDM producers, will sell its EPDM business and some of its rubber chemicals to Lion Chemical Capital, LLC of New York and Houston.

  • New Customizable Additives for Polyolefins and PVC

    Developing a wide range of customizable additives to meet specific needs in polyolefins and PVC is a major thrust at Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn.

  • Chemtura and Ferro Boost Epoxy Plasticizer Capacity

    Increases in capacity for epoxy plasticizers used in PVC are under way at Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., and Ferro Corp.’s Organic Specialties Group, Independence, Ohio.

  • Two new brominated flame retardants for flexible urethane foam from Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., were incorrectly described in our August issue as being based on BDE chemistry, which is the subject of environmental health concerns.

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