Evonik has many different application areas. To illustrate the versatility in an entertaining way, we put together some product stories for you. Enjoy reading.
The paint stays put
Painted buldings, road signs, and train cars - the cost of the routine damage caused by graffiti artist is high. Evonik has developed VESTANAT® MF, a highly
efficient crosslinker for paint systems that forms a lasting barrier against chemical cleaning agents.
Seal it to keep it
I’m going to drive this car until it rusts away: That’s the
intention of some car owners anyway, until the technical inspection is due, and the chances of older vehicles being
approved are not so good.
Flowers for an aluminum frame
Aluminum windows are trending. Considered modern and elegant, they are robust, long-lasting, and easy to maintain. This metal version of the window frame also offers an important safety advantage: the material does not burn.
The future belongs to the lightweights
and suppliers can use VESTALITE® products from
Evonik Resource Efficiency to produce customized, cost-effective, high-performance fiber composite components whose excellent surface characteristics and outstanding mechanical properties make them suitable replacements for steel and aluminum.
Cure-to-Go for the floor
Regardless the factory building, warehouse, car
park or office suite – industrial floors have to withstand a lot more than conventional floors in your homes.The new waterborne
amine curing agent Anquamine® 728 for use in
epoxy primers and topcoats on concrete substrates, allows applicators to get the job done quickly and efficiently in just one day.
Rust doesn't stand a chance
They cross rivers, valleys, roads, and railroad tracks; they are landmarks, tourist attractions, or just a way to get from one place to another. There are around 140,000 bridges in Germany, 40,000 of which are on freeways and federal highways. Making supporting rods from fiberglass- reinforced polymer based on VESTAMIN® R can help prepare bridges for the future.
The future belongs to the wind
On coastal plains, on the high seas, or in the mountains - wind turbines are everywhere. During their service life of ten or more years, the blades will have to withstand many weather extremes and survive sunlight, storms and rain.