Sabic: developing novel solutions

Sabic: developing novel solutions

Sabic to feature advanced resins

The company will highlight new predictive engineering capabilities of its Water Management Center of Excellence and compelling new data on anti-biofouling performance

01 November 2017

Sabic, a global leader in the chemical industry, will showcase at Aquatech Amsterdam its industry-leading water management resources, technical support services and materials that are helping customers address global industry trends in revitalising infrastructures and raising operational efficiency, it said in a statement.

Aquatech Amsterdam runs from October 31 to November 3, 2017, at RAI Amsterdam, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In particular, the company will spotlight its growing portfolio of high-performance engineering resins for the water management industry, extensive application development capabilities, and new predictive engineering services that can enable the industry to solve tough challenges, ranging from optimising hydrolytic stability and water quality to preventing corrosion and biofouling.

Sabic will demonstrate at Aquatech Amsterdam how its advanced resin technologies can become the materials of choice for a wide array of potable, process and wastewater applications by delivering important design, performance and productivity benefits that could surpass those of metal and other traditional materials.

The company will also showcase at its stand the diverse testing capabilities of its recently expanded Water Management Center of Excellence, located in Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands. Additionally, Sabic will feature new data that reinforces the benefits of using its resins, live simulations and real-world customer applications.

Sabic has been collaborating with customers in the water management industry for over thirty years, providing material and application development expertise to develop innovative new solutions.

Sabic is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It manufactures on a global scale in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific, making distinctly different kinds of products: chemicals, commodity and high performance plastics, agri-nutrients and metals.

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