SACHEM specializes in designing unique zeolite templates from a range of highly pure and precise ammonium hydroxides and salts.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
SACHEM experts will be available at the 29th Zeolite Workshops November 27-28th to discuss structure directing agents used for the synthesis of zeolites.
SACHEM will present Zeogen™, a comprehensive portfolio of zeolite templates and structure directing agent services. As a world leading zeolite template designer, SACHEM is interested in collaborating with academia and research to develop leading edge structure directing agents for highly complex applications in order to meet increasingly stringent quality, environmental and superior performance standards in the Catalyst industry.
SACHEM specializes in designing unique zeolite templates from a range of highly pure and precise ammonium hydroxides and salts to meet complex performance standards in the industry.
SACHEM ZeoGen™ SDA Services start with an in-depth feasibility study, include lab-scale production and an estimate of commercial cost of production. This study identifies alternative SDAs that can dramatically reduce the cost of commercialization.
The workshops cover all aspects of the science and technology associated with ordered porous materials – zeolites, zeotypes, and mesostructured.
SACHEM has developed products used in catalyst and zeolite template applications for more than 30 years. We provide an extensive range of zeolite templates and consistently design new templates by customer request. Our high purity expertise enables the design of novel formulation components to achieve complex templating goals.
SACHEM, Inc. is a global chemical science company with full commercial operations in the United States, the Netherlands (Zaltbommel), Japan and China. For over 60 years SACHEM has provided chemical solutions and services to customers in key markets including electronics, energy, advanced ceramics, biotechnology, starch modification, polymers, catalysts, pharmaceutical and agricultural chemicals.