Shin-Etsu MicroSi and Nissin Chemical Introduce New Products to Make Surfaces "Slippery" and Defoam & Wet Simultaneously

Shin-Etsu MicroSi and Nissin Chemical Introduce New Products to Make Surfaces 
"Slippery" and Defoam & Wet Simultaneously 
Hybrid Resins With "Sliding" Properties and a Defoaming Wetting Agent
Now Available; Used for Paints, Coatings, Inks and Adhesives 
PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/09/14 --  Nissin Chemical of Japan
and Shin-Etsu MicroSi of Phoenix have introduced two new groups of
products targeted for the manufacturing of paints, coatings, inks,
adhesives and films. 
The Chaline series is a hybrid emulsion that offers the surface
activity of a silicone resin and the film-forming ability of acrylic
resin. Its unique silicone-rich, silicone/acrylic composition: 

--  Makes surfaces like leather automobile seats "slippery" with
    long-lasting sliding properties
--  Improves wear resistance and prevents surface scratches
--  Provides noise reduction, reducing vibrations and squeaks.

The Chaline product line has applications in vehicle upholstery, auto
parts, electric wires and hoses and flooring and flooring wax. 
The Olfine series is a surfactant that solves problems of wetting and
defoaming simultaneously.  

--  Designed for waterborne systems as a "defoaming wetting agent"
--  Also used as a dispersing agent for organic and inorganic pigments
--  Available in acetylenic glycol or acetylene alcohol versions.

The Olfine products have applications in paints, inks, printing
machines, metal surface treatment, pigments and dyes and adhesives. 
Last month the companies announced a series of water-based emulsions
and a series of solvent-based copolymer resins aimed at similar
markets and applications. Earlier this year it was announced that
Nissin Chemical would manufacture the products in Japan and Shin-Etsu
MicroSi will fulfill sales, distribution and applications support in
the U.S. Both Nissin Chemical and Shin-Etsu MicroSi are wholly owned
subsidiaries of Shin-Etsu Chemical, the world's largest supplier of
semiconductor materials and silicones, PVC resins, synthetic quartz
glass and methylcellulose. 
About Shin-Etsu MicroSi
  Shin-Etsu MicroSi Inc. is a wholly owned
subsidiary of Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. With headquarters in
Phoenix, Arizona, Shin-Etsu MicroSi provides high performance
products and materials, specifically designed to address today's
photolithography, packaging, LED, and coatings requirements through
its research, development and manufacturing. Founded as a General
Electric subsidiary in 1984, Shin-Etsu MicroSi became part of the
Shin-Etsu group in 1989. 
Company Contact:
Ed Nichols
Shin-Etsu MicroSi
(480) 893.8898. 
Agency Contact: 
Bruce Kirkpatrick
(925) 244.9100
mobile (925) 699.0260 
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