Being one of the few companies in the industry to set up it own state-of-the-art R&D facility, PCC is fully capable of offering customers designed production procedures for various inorganic compound materials. It can also provide products on demand to support customers' unique requirements.
 
Wet Process

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A technique for refining crude materials. This method controls the quantity and the grain fineness of the material as dictated by the changes in chemical reactions, such as density, temperature , velocity, etc.This technique, which is distinct form the conventional French Process Technique, is the fruit of Pan-continental R&D endeavor. Materials produced with this technique, are the active and transparent types, making the product more suitable for rubber, ceramics, metal surface coating and electronic industries applications.

Furthermore, Pan-Continental flexibility can be best described by its ability to promptly respond to customers' unique material requirements. the company is best known for its ultra-pore, liquid and firm zinc chloride products. These products has gained recognition from a number of reputable chemical companies worldwide.

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French Process

The French Process Technique :
A technique that processes metal zinc or zinc mineral with direct heating.
This method is used at company Tachia plant (near Taichung) to produce
zinc oxide products. The quality of these products exceeds the internationally
recognized quality standards.

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Electroplating Grade Copper Oxide

For the demand of PCB auto horizontal electroplating system, PCC has developed Plating grade CuO since 2001, this grade of CuO can be dissolved in Sulfate Acid immediately and can be controlled the chloride content under 5 ppm as well as adjust chloride content according to customers' requests.
In addition, the harmful heavy metals and other impurities are very low.
This product already obtained the good reputation in PCB industry worldwide.

 
R & D
  1. Further improve and refine production techniques to satisfy diverse requirements from existing customers as well as from emerging markets sector.
  2. Develop more new chemical compound products to support customers varying applications.
  3. Find more avenues to further lower cost.
  4. Promote added values to existing products.
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