Specialty resins based on acrylic, methacrylic and styrenic monomers

Who we are:

The Specialty Resins Division of Mitsubishi Chemical America, founded in 1992, currently produces over 70 standard commercial and custom specialty product grades of coating resins based on acrylic, methacrylic and styrenic monomers. These resins, manufactured both in the USA and Japan using the suspension polymerization method, are designed to add value to the inherent properties of objects made from metals, plastics, and paper.

DIANAL coating materials have taken the largest market share in automotive topcoats and repair finishes, which require excellent appearance, durability, and resistance to chipping and acid rain. Increasingly, DIANAL resins are being used in hot melt, reactive hot melt, and anaerobic adhesives. DIANAL resins are also used to improve gloss and adhesion in inks and lacquers.

Company overview:

Pasadena, TX
Focus Areas
  • Polymeric Additives
  • Plastic Additives
  • Processing Aids
  • Impact Modifiers
  • Core-shell Rubber

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