It is special fine chemicals, such as special plastics and special fuel intermediates, catalysts, petroleum additives, plastic and rubber additives, textile/leather chemicals, electronic chemicals, coatings and adhesives, foaming agents and refrigerant substitutes, Food and feed additives, medicines, etc. Specialty chemicals are mainly used in industrial fields. The company's products and application technologies provide innovative solutions for papermaking, construction, pesticides, oil fields, silicone products, rubber and plastics, printing and dyeing and other fields.
Examples of specialty chemicals include antibiotics, adhesives, or pesticides because they are produced in small batches to meet specific needs. For example, antibiotics are tailored to solve the problems of specific diseases. Due to this special use, antibiotics can only be produced in small quantities when necessary. However, with the progress of chemical research and development, the production efficiency of specialty chemicals has been greatly improved, and it may be transformed into commercial chemicals.
Unlike bulk chemicals, fine chemicals can only be produced in small batches in factories through batch or biotechnology manufacturing processes. However, the manufacture of fine chemicals has many small and complex steps-such as chemical synthesis, biotechnology, extraction and hydrolysis.
Although these products are very useful, they usually have to be combined with other chemicals and substances to realize their full potential. Generally, they provide the building blocks for many different products that we use every day. Some examples include drugs, fungicides, fragrances, additives, and pigments.
All in all, fine chemicals must be combined with other substances to make these products. Due to their complexity and chemical changes, their production costs are much more expensive than bulk chemicals.
Fine chemicals and specialty chemicals are not suitable for the mass market. Their production requires complex processes and extensive research and development. Typical specialty chemical products are additives that are added in small amounts to other products to improve product performance. For example: food additives, flame retardants and light stabilizers. Among other things, fine chemicals are used in laboratory analysis and synthesis, as starting materials for active pharmaceutical ingredients, in polymer production, and in cosmetics and detergents.