MaxxLink® XLB-3000 Developed as a Liquid Alternative to Powdered Borax

MCTRON Technologies is now offering a liquid borate-based crosslinker of starch-based adhesives used in corrugated paperboards. MaxxLink® XLB-3000 is simple to use and provides more consistency of results than traditional powdered Borax pentahydrate and decahydrate products. MaxxLink XLB-3000 eliminates toxic dust, is non-hazardous and reduces preparation time and labor costs. Click Here for MaxxLink XLB-3000…

Formaldehyde Elimination Becomes a Higher Priority

When formaldehyde is present in the air at levels exceeding 0.1 ppm, some individuals may experience adverse effects such as watery eyes; burning sensations in the eyes, nose, and throat; coughing; wheezing; nausea; and skin irritation. Recent studies also indicate an ALS risk or other nervous system consequences. Formaldehyde is a respiratory irritant that causes chest pain, shortness of breath, coughing, and nose and…

Patent Issued to MCTRON for PermaPel®. A new addition to MCTRON’s PermaPel® line SRZ6010, developed to improve crock resistance

Crocking has long been a problem for denim producers, especially in recent years. PermaPel® SRZ6010 has been developed as a surface treatment to provide crock resistance to prevent the transfer of color onto fabric surfaces. It is a pre-crosslinked emulsion polymer that is water repellent and wash durable. It can be applied by various techniques…

PermaPel Acrylic Technology Sets New Standards For Water Repellency, Adhesion and Wash Durability

In addition to the new branding and website, MCTRON Technologies has also been busy at work innovating new products. It’s PermaPel® technology is setting new standards in the manufacture and performance of acrylic-containing polymers. Produced at a state-of-the-art emulsion polymer facility in Maryland Heights, Missouri, PermaPel is a growing line of emulsion polymers finding application…

MCTRON Technologies Introduces New Products For Denim Processing

During 2017, MCTRON Technologies was hard at work in the lab, developing a line of products for the denim garment market to complement it’s historical production of MaxxColor® indigo and sulfur dyes as well as its Maxxacryl® acrylic and urethane polymers. The addition of MaxxBloc® anti-redeposition products, MaxxSperse® dispersants, MaxxLink® DP resins and MaxxSurf® wetters round…