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Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. manufactures Ken-React® Coupling and Catalyzing Agents, Ken-Stat® Anti-Static Agents, Kenflex® and Kenplast® Plasticizers and masterbatch dispersion products that serve the Plastic, Rubber, Paint, Coatings, Composites, Cosmetics, Energetics, Ceramic, Adhesive and Sealants Industries. In business since 1945 and at their current location in Bayonne, NJ since 1961, Kenrich has strived to provide their customers with quality products and customer service.

Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. is a corporate member of the SPI (Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.), CPIA (Canadian Plastics Industry Association), ASC (Adhesives and Sealants Council), and ACMA (American Composites Manufacturers Association).

Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. supports employee membership in the SPE (Society of Plastics Engineers), ACS (American Chemical Society), ACS-Rubber and Small Business Divisions, FSCT (Federated Society of Coatings Technology), AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers), SAMPE (Society of Advanced Materials Process Engineers), NDIA (National Defense Industrial Association), and many civic organizations such as Rotary International.

Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. supports and participates in numerous trade shows and conferences: SPE ANTEC, SPE International PO Conference, SPE GPEC, SPE CAD, SPE FOAMS, SPE Vinyltec, SPI NPE, SPI Vinyl Products Division Conference, ACS Rubber Expo, K Show Dusseldorf, American Coatings Show, European Coatings Show, ACMA Composites, ASC WAC & Expo, SAMPE Expo, MassPlastics Show, PlastecWest Anaheim, CPIA Plast-Ex Toronto & Montreal, Plastimagen Mexico, Plast Eurasia Istanbul, Interplas UK, Plast Expo Milan, DKT,German Rubber Conf. & Exhibition, Addcon World RAPRA, IRC & Exhibition LYON, Europlas Paris, and others.

Product Categories of Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc.
Core products and services as indicated by this company are listed below.

Adhesion Promoters (for Inks, Coatings)
Adhesives for Plastics
Antioxidants
Antistats
Antistats
Biodegradable, Photodegradable Resins and Compounds
Epoxy Catalysts
Flame Retardants/Smoke Suppressants
Flame Retardants/Smoke Suppressants
Lubricants
Plasticizers
Plasticizers
Processing Aids--Mineral/Inorganic Type
Processing Aids--Other Organic Types
Surface Treatment Chemicals, Dispersion Aids (for Fillers, Pigments, Reinforcements)
Surfactants
Thickeners for SMC/BMC
Urethane Catalysts
Viscosity Depressants

Ken-React® coupling agents couple via proton coordination in-situ in the polymer, solvent or water phase with the surface of inorganics or organics such as CaCO3, carbon black, PTFE, ATH, biomaterials, nanoparticulates, etc. No water of condensation or pretreatment is necessary.

Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. has generated over 370 ACS CAS abstracted works covering patents, technical papers and articles. A CD is available from customerservice@4kenrich.com containing a 340-page Ken-React® Reference Manual and 17-Technical Papers covering all of the polymer disciplines.

Ken-React® titanate, zirconate and aluminate coupling agents come in three forms (100% active liquid, 65% active powder masterbatch and 20% active pellet masterbatch) for use in thermoplastics, thermosets, elastomers, composites, adhesives & sealants, inks, organic coatings and water based systems.

Contact customerservice@4kenrich.com for:
Material Safety Data Sheets,
Product Data Sheets,
Technical Literature.

Contact customerservice@4kenrich.com for technical consultant assignment to coupling agent experts concerning:
applications for adhesion;
adhesion to PTFE;
adhesion to aramid fiber;
adhesion to plastic;
dispersion;
dispersion of CaCO3-carbon black-boron nitride;
dispersion of inorganic and organic pigments;
viscosity reduction;
nanoparticulate exfoliation;
enhanced fiber reforced thermoset composites;
higher filler loads; catalysis;
tin catalyst replacement for PU;
regeneration of recycle;
biodegradability in landfills;
copolymerization;
faster injection molding cycles;
lower process temperatures;
nano intumescence for flame retardance;
control of burn rate and burn rate exponent;
increased tensile strength and flexibility;
increased impact strength;
anti-corrosion;
increased acid resistance;
hydrophobicicity;
compatibilization of dissimilar materials;
increased thermal and electrical conductivity;
antistatic effects;
elimination of bubbles in unsaturated polyester cures;
increased long term aging of composites;
faster extrusion at lower temperature;
coupling to biobased materials; etc.

TECHNICAL LITERATURE The technical literature on Ken-React coupling agents consists of a 340-page Ken-React Reference Manual and some 370-ACS CAS abstracted "Works by Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc." A CD is available from customerservice@4kenrich.com containing the Ken-React Reference and 26 of some of the more recent technical papers in various polymer disciplines as listed below. The technical papers are also available individually by email in electronic format upon request from customerservice@4kenrich.com.

Ken-React REFERENCE MANUAL 1973 to 1994
340 pages

Table of Contents
Color Photo's of Applications-Prologue
Titanate Coupling Agents page 1
The Chemistry of Titanates pages 2 to 3
Titanate Types pages 4 to 5
Neoalkoxy Titanate Advantages page 6
Zirconate Coupling Agents page 7
Product Data Tables pages 8 to 21
CAS Nomenclature page 22
Titanate Dosage pages 23 to 25
Titanate Effect on Inorganic Level pages 26 to 27
Application Principles & Methods pages 28 to 29
Applications Data & Selection Tables page 30
Primary Effects pages 30 to 82
.Adhesion Promotion pages 30 to 34
.Dispersion pages 35 to 40
.Hydrophobicity pages 41 to 44
.Aging, Corrosion, Acid Resistance Pages 45 to 55
.Catalysis pages 56 to 59
.Blowing Agent Activation pages 60 to 62
.Conductivity pages 63 to 65
.Flame Retardance pages 66 to 69
.Rheology pages 70 to 82
Thermoplastics pages 83 to 127
Elastomers pages 128 to 150
Thermosets and Coatings pages 151 to 210
Toxicology page 211
Shipping, Storage & Handling page 212
Patent Survey pages 213 to 216
Bibliography pages 217 to 220
Index pages 221 to 226
Addendum Table of Contents page 227
Patent Survey pages Addendum 1 to 18
Urethanes pages Addendum 19 to 28
Unfilled Thermoplastics pages Addendim 29 to 33
Ken-Stat Antistatic Agents pages Addendum 34 to 38
Aluminates pages Addendim 39 to 40
CAS Search Survey to 1992 pages Addendim 41 to 42
Thermoplastics Productivity pages Addendum 43 to 56
PVC Productivity pages Addendum 57 to 63
Enhanced Bonding of Fiber pages Addendum 64 to 74
Titanate Corrosion Inhibitors pages Addendum 75 to 78
Anticorrosion WBHS pages Addendum 79 to 82
High Temp. Coatings-QB pages Addendum 83 to 93
ACS CAS Search 1993-1994 pages Addendum 94 to 95
List of technical Papers page Addendum 96

Ken-React LITERATURE - 1974 to 2009

Technical Articles and Papers of Some 365 ACS CAS Abstracted Works by Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc.

Thermoplastics
.Additives Paper - 2001
.Additives II Paper - 2006-2008
.NANO Technology Bulletin - 2007
.The Application of 1.5-Nanometer Titanates & Zirconates - 2009 (162 pages)
.Modern Plastics Magazine Article - December 1974
.Environmental (Global Plastics Environmental Conference)
.GPEC 2007
.GPEC 2009
PVC
.Vinyltec 2004

FOAMS
.Making NanoTechnology Work in Foams - FOAMS 2008

Injection Molding
.Injection Molding Bulletin - 1994

Thermosets
.Enhanced Fiber Reinforced Thermosets - Epoxy, Vinyl Ester, Urethane, .Polyester, Tire Cord - SAMPE - 1988
.ACMA Hybrid Titanate (CP-03) Paper - MEKP Unsaturated Polyester - 2009

Elastomers
.ACS Rubber Division Paper # 51 - 2007
.Hose Conference - 2007
.DKT Poster Handout - 2006
.Rubber Molding Conference Paper - 2005
.NZ 66A