Alfa Chemistry Diversifies Its Chemical Supply by Adding Luminescent Materials, Biomedical Polymers, and Electroplating Intermediates
As an ISO 9001:2015 certified supplier of high-quality chemicals, Alfa Chemistry maintains its commitment and continues to broaden its product lines in the hope of bringing better, quicker, and more cost-efficient chemical solutions for all customers both at home and abroad. Earlier this month, Alfa Chemistry announced the implementation of three types of specialized materials, i.e., luminescent materials, biomedical polymers, and electroplating intermediates, to its already well-established product portfolios.
Luminescent materials exhibit excellent photoluminescence properties, good chemical stability, and relative ease of preparation, and hence have been continually sought for applications in solid-state LED-based lighting and display applications over the last decades. With years of experience in material chemistry and photochemistry, Alfa Chemistry now provides a full range of luminescent materials. Among them, organic light-emitting devices (OLED) materials, photoluminescent materials, iridium complexes, ruthenium complexes, and nonlinear optical materials have received widespread prevalence.
As biomedical polymers can work harmoniously with the human body, they have been extensively studied in the hope of revealing promising applications for biosensing, regenerative medicine, therapeutic medicine delivery, disease detection and diagnosis, as well as many other biomedical fields. Alfa Chemistry offers biomedical polymers like natural polymers, biodegradable polymers, block copolymers, and dendrimers to support relevant research, with the belief that these biodegradable materials will continue to play significant parts in supporting and treating patients suffering from a range of ailments.
A large number of chemicals are needed to perform electroplating. Some fine chemicals added as additives in the plating production process are called intermediates, which can affect properties like gloss, layer thickness, and plating speed. At present, Alfa Chemistry makes a full contribution to the supply of upstream raw materials for the electroplating industry, providing a wide range of electroplating intermediates, including: nickel plating intermediates, zinc plating intermediates, copper plating intermediates, tin plating intermediates, chrome plating intermediates, and alloy plating intermediates.
“Over the past decade, we have kept a close eye on the advances and trends of fields like photochemistry, functional polymers, and electroplating, and developed a string of products and services accordingly to help solve problems and purchase needs,” said the Marketing Chief of Alfa Chemistry. “Our team is always ready for troubleshooting and helping clients move their R&D research projects forward to a new level, as well as establishing a long-term cooperative relationship.”
Alfa Chemistry has been playing an active role in the chemical industry for years. With tireless efforts and diligent work, it has become a preferred partner for many universities and non-profit institutes across the globe. Renowned companies, including Pfizer, Novartis, Merck & Co., Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, and Bayer, have built closed cooperative relationships with the company.
- Tylor Keller