From awnings to erosion control to pavement interlayers, Americhem spans the breadth of the universe of woven fiber structures. Americhem engineers solutions that meet or exceed the most demanding applications and technical requirements. Our masterbatch for woven materials improves the efficiencies of our customers’ products as well as enhancing performance in color, stability, and processing.
In 1985, Americhem’s nylon masterbatch for synthetic fibers changed the industry. Since then, Americhem has continued to grow as an industry leader, employing the top technical minds in solution dyed fibers. Our background in color science, process technology, analytical and physical testing make us the clear leader in scientific advances and innovation. When choosing a supplier, you must ask yourself, who will ensure excellence from the very start? Who will be a partner to my organization? Who will provide the most in-depth testing? With Americhem by your side, you can expect excellence, from the inside out, every time.
At Americhem, we are committed to developing polymeric solutions for our customers that face an array of challenges during their manufacturing processes. Click the button below to tell us about your wants, needs, or problems you face in your projects; we’ll come up with a compound or masterbatch solution for you.
Because of the strong need for analytical testing in growing fibers industries, Americhem has stepped up to meet this need. Whether it’s testing quality assessment or product analysis, our in-house central analytical department can provide the solutions you demand. Our connection to a wide range of outside testing facilities also offers you an even broader range of very fine analyses.
Americhem’s superior dispersion technology translates into fewer pack changes and higher yields.
Unsurpassed uniformity results in reduced color shift during downstream processing & lot to lot uniformity.
Fewer aggregates and agglomerates increase pack life and spinning efficiency, resulting in less downtime and higher yields.
Fabric Defects are reduced through uniform dispersion.