Thermax Inc. Announces Price Increase on Ion Exchange Resins
NORTHVILLE, Mich., Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Thermax Inc. announced today it will increase prices for its TULSION® ion exchange resins sold in North America by 5-10 percent, effective immediately or as contracts allow. Specific price increases will be determined based on resin grade, packaging, and delivery point. TULSION strong acid cation (SAC) industrial grade ion exchange resins purchased in full containers and delivered direct to customers are specifically excluded from this increase. "Higher materials, energy, and transportation costs related to the oil industry have exceeded our best efforts to keep overall costs at an acceptable level," said Steve Braley, CEO.
About TULSION ion exchange resins
TULSION ion exchange resins are used in the separation, recovery, and purification of a wide range of materials from water and process streams. Thermax Inc. specializes in high end separation technology to remove and recover precious metals, organic chemicals, nitrates, perchlorates, silica, and color-producing compounds. TULSION ion exchange resins are used globally as specialty catalysts in alkylation and condensation reactions, particularly in the manufacture of MEG and BPA.
About Thermax Inc.
Thermax Inc. is headquartered in Northville, MI and focuses on providing sustainable solutions in energy and environment applications. Thermax performance improving chemicals are used in a wide range of industries and applications, including industrial and municipal water treatment, mining, metals processing, waxy crude oil production, sugar, paper, construction, and environmental clean-up. Thermax vapor absorption chillers recover low-quality waste heat from exhaust, steam, condensate and hot water streams to produce cooling and heating for industrial and commercials applications. More information about Thermax Inc can be found at www.thermax-usa.com.
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