INVISTA announces the launch of the Dytek® Aminovation Lab within the recently redesigned Dytek® Specialty Intermediates website (www.dytek.invista.com). Dytek® Specialty Intermediates are a family of multifunctional amine and nitrile chemical intermediates that help chemists and formulators develop new and differentiated products with properties not easily obtained by other methods.
The Aminovation Lab is an online platform that connects product developers, chemists, and formulators to INVISTA’s pipeline of new and experimental products early in the product development lifecycle. According to Ariel Felice, Vice President of INVISTA’s Specialty Intermediates, “Most of the CASE market knows about our Dytek® A amine, but over the past few years we have been hearing the same message from customers; do you have anything new for us to try? The Aminovation Lab answers that question, while involving the customer in the development process. We want to inspire faster and more efficient development and commercialization of ideas that create significant value in downstream applications. We believe that by focusing on knowledge sharing and collaboration is a much more effective approach to commercializing new chemicals.”
Visitors can view idea molecules, obtain samples, and track the status of the molecule as it progresses to commercialization. Visitors may choose to automatically receive product updates when new data or information is added. The Aminovation Lab also includes a section entitled, C.A.S.E. Studies, which is a constantly updated collection of news, articles, and white papers discussing Aminovation Lab molecules’ application and use.
The Dytek® Aminovation Lab can be found at (http://dytek.invista.com/aminovation-lab/). INVISTA will be available to answer any questions and discuss some of the Aminovation Lab projects at the 2018 Polyurethanes Technical Conference Booth # 404.
With leading brands including LYCRA®, COOLMAX®, CORDURA®, STAINMASTER® and ANTRON®, INVISTA is one of the world’s largest integrated producers of chemical intermediates, polymers and fibers. The company’s advantaged technologies for nylon, spandex and polyester are used to produce clothing, carpet, car parts and countless other everyday products. Headquartered in the United States, INVISTA operates in more than 20 countries and has about 10,000 employees. For more information, visit INVISTA.com, Facebook.com/INVISTAglobal and Twitter.com/INVISTA.