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The Chemical Reaction That's Revolutionizing Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Posted by Diane Milner on Nov 20, 2017 9:18:00 AM

Phenols are some of the most important chemical compounds in industry today. They’re used for a wide variety of applications including the production of Bisphenol A, a building block of widely-used polycarbonates. Phenols are also used to produce polymers and an astounding array of resins.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Chemical Reaction, Pharmaceutical

5 Common Chemical Catalysts Used in Manufacturing

Posted by Diane Milner on Nov 13, 2017 9:01:00 AM

 

Chemicals are as important for catalyzing other chemicals as they are for producing end-products. Noah Technologies works with manufacturers all over the world to supply ultra high-purity chemicals for catalytic reactions. In many cases, the success of a reaction depends on chemicals with exacting specifications.

 

Here are five common chemical catalysts used within the manufacturing industry.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Chemical Catalysts

3 Things to Know About Purchasing Inorganic Chemicals for Manufacturing

Posted by Diane Milner on Nov 6, 2017 9:20:00 AM

Noah Technologies is a leading U.S. supplier of inorganic chemicals for manufacturing and research purposes. Our clients come to us looking for more than just a chemical supplier – they need a partner. We work incredibly hard to meet and exceed their requirements for everything because we recognize how critical chemical components are for an efficient, cost-effective manufacturing process.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Inorganic Chemicals

The Benefits of Using American-Made Chemicals in Your Manufacturing Process

Posted by Diane Milner on Oct 9, 2017 9:03:00 AM

 

There are dozens of reasons to use American-made goods, but buying American-made chemicals? Why should it matter where the chemicals manufacturers procure come from, so long as the end-product is Made in the U.S.A.?

 

Because the American chemical industry sets the standard for global chemical production.

 

Noah Technologies is proud to be an American chemical company based in San Antonio, Texas. We take the responsibility of being an “American-made” company seriously, which is why we’re so fervent about the benefits of using American chemicals. Here are a few reasons to “buy American” for your manufacturing operation to consider.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Chemicals, American-Made

5 Most Common Industrial Chemicals

Posted by Diane Milner on Aug 21, 2017 10:19:00 AM

There are thousands of industrial chemicals. Some are used to make consumer goods, others to create energy, and some are even used in the production of other industrial chemicals. Which chemicals are most important for industrial manufacturing on a global scale?

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Topics: Chemical Compounds, Manufacturing, Industrial Innovation

The Role of Chemistry in Green Manufacturing

Posted by Diane Milner on Aug 14, 2017 9:15:00 AM

Industries and regulatory bodies across the world recognize the impact “greener” manufacturing practices could have on the earth. Over the last two decades, scientists have focused on creating more sustainable manufacturing practices in almost every field, from medicine to plastics to technology. Why does so-called green manufacturing matter?

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Topics: Sustainability, Manufacturing

How Materials Science Will Revolutionize Manufacturing

Posted by Diane Milner on Jul 18, 2017 10:11:00 AM

The discipline of materials science has advanced more over the past few decades than it has throughout the rest of history combined. The study of ceramics, polymers, metals, composites, and all materials has endless applications in our daily lives. Manufactured materials are the backbone of every product we use, each car we drive, and even the medicine we rely on.

At Noah Technologies, we keep a close eye on the latest developments in materials science as they relate to high-purity chemicals. Here are a few interesting advancements we’re excited to watch unfold.

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Topics: Materials Science, Manufacturing, Industrial Innovation