Sartomer, a business line of Arkema, is celebrating a new “double zero” safety record, achieved at its combined plants, R&D centers and headquarters around the world. On February 28, 2020, Sartomer accomplished one full year with zero safety incidents in two Company categories: no recordable injuries and no major process safety events. Sartomer is very proud to share this achievement, which brings the Company to the highest standard of safety and demonstrates strong engagement in managing its activities as a responsible market leader.
Sartomer, a business line of Arkema, will feature high-performance liquid resin solutions that enhance performance properties of composite materials at JEC World. In addition, Sartomer and Continuous Composites will conduct exclusive onsite co-presentations on advances in additive manufacturing of composite materials.
Arkema is associating with new partners and expanding the use of its high-performance solutions to the 3D manufacturing of composite materials, a major development in lightweight materials. This new technology, which combines the power of 3D printing and composite materials where Arkema has a leading position, will offer new perspectives and new applications in the aeronautics, automotive, energy and construction sectors to meet the growing demand for lightweight materials.
On November 15 Arkema inaugurated, in the presence of Thierry Le Hénaff, the Group’s Chairman and CEO, and Hervé Morin, President of the Normandy Region, a new Global Center of Excellence for 3D Printing within its Cerdato Research & Development Center in Serquigny, Normandy (France). Arkema and the Normandy Region intend this new center of excellence dedicated to additive manufacturing based on high-performance polymers, to be of benefit to companies and training organizations in the region, as part of a collaborative initiative striving for swift adoption of these new production methods.
Arkema, a leader in advanced polymers and liquid resins for 3D printing, is taking steps forward to help customers accelerate additive manufacturing of high-tech parts. The Group has expanded its list of industrial partnerships and collaborative research programs all along the supply chain.
Sartomer, a business line of Arkema, will feature the latest developments for energy curing systems at CHINACOAT 2019 in Zone 8, Hall W3, booth W3.E05. Experts from Sartomer Asia will be available to share information regarding innovative bio-sourced acrylates and advanced materials for 3D printing, specialty coatings, electronics and inks applications.
As a global player in specialty chemicals and advanced materials, Arkema strives to generate sustainable growth by providing its customers with innovative and environmentally sound solutions. In an ever changing world, Arkema constantly innovates and offers solutions addressing these major changes in a wide variety of markets.
Arkema announces a project to acquire Lambson, a company specializing in photoinitiators for curing, a technology meeting the demands of cutting-edge markets such as electronics, 3D printing, digital ink, composites and high performance coatings. These solutions will complement the offering of Sartomer, a global leader in photocure resins, while helping speed up its development in this fast-growing market. This deal will further strengthen the share of specialties in Arkema’s product portfolio, in line with its long-term ambition.
Carbon, the world’s leading digital manufacturing company and Arkema, a pioneer in advanced liquid resins solutions through its Sartomer business line, announce a strategic partnership through an investment in the startup’s capital, to deliver a new era of materials performance and supply chain model for Carbon’s manufacturing partners.
Since its inception in 2013, Massivit 3D has partnered with Sartomer, a business line of Arkema, benefitting from its market-leading portfolio of N3xtDimension® UV-curable liquid resins, which are the advanced liquid resins that make up a significant portion of Massivit 3D’s unique, proprietary Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) technology. This technology enables the super-fast production of super-sized, lightweight, hollow 3D-printed models up to 1.8 meters/6 feet high, giving Massivit’s customers the power of 3D advertising.
Arkema has successfully started up the 30% capacity extension of its photocure advanced liquid resin production plant in Nansha, located south of Canton, China. Inaugurated today, this new production line will help to meet the strong demand in Asia in the electronics, 3D printing, adhesives and inkjet printing markets. This investment supports Sartomer’s strategy to develop cutting-edge solutions for advanced and sustainable curing technologies.