Active Zinc Oxide
Active zinc oxide is widely recognized for its extensive applications in rubber, catalysts, latex gloves, and specialty chemicals. At Pan-Continental Chemical, a leading manufacturer of active zinc oxide, our commitment extends beyond innovation to include Sedex-approved processes and a dedication to sustainability.

Why Choose Our Active Zinc Oxide?

We take pride in our adherence to Sedex standards, ensuring ethical and responsible practices throughout the manufacturing process. The wet chemical processing of active zinc oxide is a key aspect of our production methods, resulting in yields with an exceptionally high surface area. This distinctive characteristic makes our active zinc oxide particularly well-suited to meet the stringent demands of specialty chemicals. Moreover, we are dedicated to continuously optimizing our customers' formulations, ensuring that our active compounds contribute effectively to the rubber industry's evolving requirements. Our expertise extends beyond rubber applications to explore new frontiers in cosmetics, construction, and the chemical industry.

As part of our commitment to excellence, Pan-Continental Chemical offers various grades of chemicals meticulously designed to cater to diverse applications and specific requirements. We are not just manufacturers; we are partners in your success.

High Surface Area Active Zinc Oxide - Your Best Choice

In line with our sustainability goals, we actively pursue environmentally friendly practices and explore green alternatives. Feel free to reach out to us and explore how our Sedex-approved, sustainably produced, high surface area active zinc oxide can not only meet but exceed performance expectations in your applications. Let's work together towards a sustainable and innovative future.
Application and Characteristics

>REACH registration.

>REACH SVHC and RoHS compliance.

>Reduced harmful impurities.

>Activator for sulfur vulcanization.

>High surface area.

>Application: rubber, catalyst, water treatment, latex gloves, adhesive, and chemicals…

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