Please see our Product List for a full description of available Kenrich products.

Ken-React® Titanates,
Zirconates & Aluminates
Kenflex® Resins & Kenplast®
Plasticizers
The Neoalkoxy Titanate Molecule

Nano Technology Sustainability Benefits of Ken-React® Titanates & Zirconates:

Adhesion Anti-Aging
Catalysis Crosslink
Regeneration Curative
Nano-Exfoliation Flame Retardance
Hydrophobicity Biodegration
Anti-Corrosion Deagglomeration
Coupling Polymer Flow
Flexibilization Recyclability
Liquid, Powder and Pellet Coupling Agents
tradeshows

Polyolefins (PE/PP) Modification via ADDITIVES

September 20-21, 2017

Atlanta, GA

Polyolefins (PE/PP) Modification via ADDITIVES

Additive Manufacturing Conference

October 10-12, 2017

Knoxville, TN

Additive Manufacturing Conference

Western Coatings Symposium 2017

October 15-18, 2017

Las Vegas, NV

Western Coatings Symposium 2017

CW 2017 Composites World Carbon Fiber

November 28-30, 2017

Charleston, SC

CW 2017 Composites World Carbon Fiber

TITANIUM CATALYST PELLET ADDITIVE COPOLYMERIZES PCR (Post‑Consumer Recycle) IN THE MELT

Polymer Recycle, Regrind, and Compatibilization
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News

TRADESHOWS, CONFERENCES, AND PRESS ARTICLES

Paint & Coatings Industry - Oct 2017 - Titanates & Zirconates vs. Silanes

See link to full article on compatibilizers and Kenrich’s contribution by Salvatore J. Monte under “Why Titanates and Zirconates May be Better Adhesion Promoters Than Silanes”. Click here to see FULL PAGE AD.

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PLASTICS RECYCLING WORLD – INAUGURAL ISSUE JUNE 2017 – COMPATIBILIZERS

See link to full article on compatibilizers and Kenrich’s contribution by Salvatore J. Monte (Monti) under “Mixed-metal catalysts” starting on page 44 and continuing on page 47: Compatibilisers improve the mix

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Plastics Recycling Magazine March 2017

The Expanding Role of Compatibilizers, pages 40-44. correspondent Bruce Geiselman reports on “The Expanding Role of Compatibilizers,” profiling several companies involved in the production of these materials. See Editorial

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Developments In Coupling Agents

November 2016 – Compounding World, pages 45-50. Jennifer Markarian reports on the latest developments. New coupling agent introductions promise to improve adhesion and dispersion of reinforcing fibre and filler particles in polymer matrices.

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14th Annual Care Conference

Kenrich President Salvatore Monte spoke on “New Titanium-Mixed Metal Catalyst for Multi-Polymer Compatibilization and Post Consumer Carpet & Recycle (PCR)” at the 14th Annual CARE Conference, May 18-19, 2016 in Greenville, SC.

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Clare Goldsberry Recycle Article

Who wants plastic scrap? Recycling and the issue of material compatibility.

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Plastics Technology December 2015

Additives: Multi-Purpose Modifiers Pump Up Properties of Virgin & Recycled Plastics

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Business Man of the Year

Kenrich President Sal Monte named Businessman of the Year 2015 for the City of Bayonne.

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Ken-React® PCR® Recycle

Kenrich exhibits at their new Ken-React® PCR® Recycle technology at SPE PO 2015 in Houston, TX.

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Tradeshows and Press

Kenrich exhibits at SPI NPE 2015 in Orlando, Florida and highlights their new Ken-React® PCR® catalyst technology for compatibilizing dissimilar polymers.

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Composites Magazine Article

Composites World August 2013 features Kenrich in an article entitled, “Additives & Modifiers: Matrix Optimization”.

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Compounding World Magazine

The January 2013 issue of Compounding World Magazine featured Kenrich in an article entitled, “Blowing Up: Advances in Additives for Foaming – Subheading ‘Melt-enhancing Additives'” (page 43).:

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Compounding World Magazine

The December 2012 issue of Compounding World Magazine featured Kenrich in an article entitled, “Picking flame retardants for polyamides” (pgs. 25 & 26).:

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Rubber World Magazine - Oct 2012

A 5-page article appeared in the October 2012 issue of Rubber World Magazine – Volume 247, No. 1 entitled, “Titanates and Zirconates in Thermoplastic and Elastomer Compounds”:

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