Composite Industry

Composites have become the material of choice for a host of industrial applications from pipe to the tank to grating and equipment needs. Composites are ideal, whether the challenge is corrosive materials that must be contained or installations that have to withstand natural elements underground or extreme environmental conditions.

Composites’ anti-corrosive properties stand up to harsh environments and have fast become a key factor in successful industrial applications, especially where safety is of major concern. Composites are ideal for a wide range of industrial applications, particularly where equipment is subjected to corrosive chemicals or extreme environmental conditions, including fans, pumps, blowers, scrubbers, cooling towers, and much more.

Polyester resin, sometimes referred to as “plastic,” is used to transfer stress between the reinforcing fibers of a composite material. Resins act as glue to hold the fibers together and protect the fibers from mechanical and environmental damage.

Flooring And Coating

Epoxy coatings are durable coatings that can be used for a variety of purposes from strong adhesives to durable paint and coatings for floors and metals. Epoxy coatings are created through the generation of a chemical reaction using an epoxide resin and a hardener. When these two chemicals are combined, a process called “curing” results. This process can take anywhere from several minutes to several hours and turns the liquid epoxy coating into an extremely strong and durable solid.

Because of its ability to create a strong, durable, and chemically resistant substance, epoxy and epoxy coating compounds can be used for a variety of purposes. You can find epoxy coatings used throughout industrial manufacturing plants, in composite materials such as carbon fiber and fiberglass, and in a variety of electrical, automotive, and marine applications. Epoxy materials and epoxy coating compounds can also be used as durable adhesives in a variety of applications.

Paints Industries

Paint is used to decorate, protect and prolong the life of natural and synthetic materials, and acts as a barrier against environmental conditions. Paints may be broadly classified into Decorative paints, applied on-site to decorate and protect buildings and other objects, and Industrial coatings which are applied in factories to finish manufactured goods. Paints are pigmented liquids or powders that are used to protect and/or beautify substrates. Industrial paints are used in the aerospace, architectural and construction, automotive, and electronics industries.

Paints vary widely in terms of chemistry. They typically include a resin, a solvent, additives, pigments, and in some cases, a diluent. Solvent-based paints contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as the carrier. Water-based paints contain mostly water, but also chemicals such as glycol ethers and alcohols as the carrier. Different types of industrial paints include Alkyd, Acrylic, Epoxy, Polyester, etc.


CHEMHUB specializes in the production and distribution of synthetic resin.