Effective January 2016, Peninsula Polymers broadens its portfolio as a national distributor for Allnex’s Coating Additives (specifically ADDITOL ® and MODAFLOW ®) products.
Alpharetta, Georgia, February 2016 --Allnex, a leading supplier of resins for architectural, industrial, OEM and special purpose coatings, has announced the appointment of Peninsula Polymers as a national distributor for Allnex’s Coating Additives. Effective January 2016, Peninsula Polymers broadens its portfolio as a national distributor for Allnex’s Coating Additives (specifically ADDITOL ® and MODAFLOW ®) products.
(copied from Additives Catalog)
Additives enhance performance by modifying rheological properties, improving flow and leveling, reducing foam, improving pigment dispersibility, accelerating cure and crosslinking, improving adhesion and reducing defects. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.allnex.com.
(copied from PP website)
Peninsula Polymers is a distributor of specialty coatings raw materials and has been serving customers in North America for over 20 years. For more information about Peninsula Polymers, please visit http: //www.penpoly.com.
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