Like many, you may think that all honey is the same. Well, like many, you would be mistaken. There are many varieties of honey, all differing in taste, color, and health properties. I mean it all comes from honey bees, so how can it be different? It is actually quite simple. The honey is made from the pollen the bees ingest. Different pollen will make different honeys.
How does strawberry candy get its flavor? Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals is a premier specialty chemical supplier of flavor and fragrance chemical compounds—the essential ingredients that give many food, perfume, cosmetics and skincare products their recognizably pleasurable taste and smell.
Do you cater to the vegan/vegetarian community? How about the gluten free community? Are you in the eye care industry or textile dye industry? By now you might be wondering why I am asking you about these seemingly unrelated industries. Well, it is because Parchem - Fine and specialty chemicals sources a product that spans across all of these industries and more!
A letter from Parchem CEO Ephraim Rabin on speaking at LogiChem 2018 about the importance of focusing on data-driven decisions in the workplace.
Thursday, February 22 was National Margarita Day!
In the Parchem kitchen, we did our part to celebrate, with five delicious flavors: jalapeno, strawberry lime, mango, watermelon jalapeno, and blueberry!
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals is a premier bulk supplier of ethylene glycol [CAS 107-21-1], an organic chemical perhaps most famous as the main active ingredient in antifreeze and coolants for heating and air conditioning. Ethylene Glycol is essential to many industrial processes, as an additive in oil drilling and gas production, as well as the polyester fiber and resin manufacturing.
Parchem company staff started off the month of February with a ride over to local pizzeria and restaurant Patsy’s for a fun after-work evening of food and a trivia night contest hosted by Geeks who Drink, nationally renowned for their superior team trivia events brought to your local venue of choice.
Our name may be Parchem - fine and specialty chemicals, but that doesn’t mean we do not offer other high-quality materials such as juices, extracts, concentrates and vinegars. We believe in providing a comprehensive service, so the next time you order your hazardous niche specialty chemicals, why not get some shockingly useful certified organic apple cider vinegar.
Finding niche products has always been a hassle. You must spend valuable time searching for a provider, and then you need to make sure the provider is reputable. Naturally, finding a reputable, reliable, and responsible distributor of nitrosylsulfuric acid must be a headache. Rejoice, because those days are over! By coming to the Parchem - fine and specialty chemicals website, you have come one step closer to obtaining your hassle free nitrosylsulfuric acid.
Whether you work in a call center or you are outside laying brick, you need your equipment to work and last. It can be as simple as using a reliable foam insulation to keep your office warm. To be able to provide those quality products, manufacturers need a quality polyurethane. In turn that would require a quality diisocyanate. That is why Parchem - fine and specialty chemicals has no reservations about highlighting dimeryl diisocyanate.
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals is the premier specialty chemical supplier of the American Northeast for wide-use specialty chemicals like p-toluenesulfonic acid [ PTSA ], which has applications in the plastics and coatings, industrial, pharmaceutical, textiles and dyes, and food packaging industries, among others.
Parchem will be closing January 4, 2018, due to inclement weather conditions in the New York Metro area. For urgent inquiries please email you sales/customer service representative or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals will be closed for the New Year holiday starting on Friday, December 29 at 1:00 pm; we will reopen for business on Tuesday, January 2 at 8:30 am.
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals will be closed for the Christmas holiday starting on Friday, December 22 at 2:00 pm; we will reopen for business on Wednesday, December 27 at 8:30 am.
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals is a full-service chemical distributor that meets the needs of its customers at all levels of the supply chain. We are proud to offer an extensive catalog of essential, multi-use specialty chemicals including acetic anhydride, a vital intermediate and reagent in the synthetics, plastics, pharmaceutical and other industries.
It is amazing when a single chemical can be so versatile in the widely diverse manufacturing industry. To be assumed, with great potential comes great demand. Dicyclohexylamine is one such chemical, and Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals is eager to supply you with the amount you need, when you need it.
At Parchem – fine and specialty chemicals, we make it our mission to strive to be at the forefront of the constantly changing chemical industry. When we heard BASF’s patent for Bis-Ethylhexyloxyphenol Methoxyphenyl Triazine, also known as Bemotrizinol, was expiring, our knowledgeable sourcing team began searching for the highest quality Bemotrizinol available. We are excited to inform you that we succeeded. The Bemotrizinol we found has out performed the previous product available in numerous specification tests. Most importantly it performed better in purity and total impurities. The lack of a monopoly on Bemotrizinol has led to some fierce competition in the manufacturing of the product, and we took full advantage of it.
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday starting on Wednesday, November 22 at 1:30 pm; we will reopen for business on Monday, November 27 at 8:30 am.
At Parchem –fine & specialty chemicals, we strive to always be ahead in chemical innovations, having established partnerships with manufacturers across the globe. In order to accommodate our customers who produce polyurethane-based industrial and consumer products, we are continually growing our catalog to include a wide range of isocyanates, a group of compounds used as cross-linking agents for polyurethanes.
As the name suggests, Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals specializes in providing you with those difficult to acquire niche chemicals. We are, however, just as eager and able to provide widely used and recognized chemicals to our valued clients. One such chemical is chitosan. Chitosan is a derivative of chitin, and is extracted by deacetylation. Chitin is a naturally occurring polysaccharide, found primarily in the exoskeleton of invertebrates. Chitosan is most commonly manufactured as a beige powder, with no particular odor.
Shopping in today’s world is easier than ever. A quick web search, a couple of clicks, and you can have virtually anything you want sent right to your home. So, when retail stores are still popping up all over the place, business must be good. Think about where your nearest Sephora or Bath and Body Works are. I’m betting they aren’t too far. That is because the beauty care industry is thriving. To maximize your success in this beauty care surge, you need to be able to keep up with the demand and produce higher quality products. All of which starts with getting an accurate, speedy, and easy quote on your raw materials. Parchem’s knowledgeable sales team will work tirelessly to find the product you need for a price you can afford. Parchem - fine and specialty chemicals is happy to highlight Isopropyl Myristate.
Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals is a premier supplier of raw materials used in the manufacture of nylon, polyurethane, foams, and fibers. We are specialists in sourcing hard-to-locate chemical intermediates and specialty raw materials from manufacturers throughout the world. We also facilitate their shipment down the supply chain to customers across a diverse array of markets. We are excited to highlight a much sought-after specialty chemical in the coatings, paints and textiles industries: hexamethylene di-isocyanate.
It is nearly impossible to walk through a grocery store or watch your favorite television program without seeing an advertisement for the “hottest” health supplement on the market. According to a recent CRN consumer survey, 71% of American adults take health supplements1. This influx of health supplements makes competition fierce in the industry. When your competitor is on the verge of making their next big break through, you need the peace of mind that your chemical supplier will get you your raw materials quickly and accurately; all while following government regulations to make sure your products stay consumer safe. Parchem – fine and specialty chemicals will provide you the chemicals you need, when you need them. We are ISO 9001:2015 Certified and a member of the NACD, American Coatings Association, SOCMA, and DCAT. All of which allow us to ensure you will receive the same high quality service and chemicals each and every time. Parchem is proud to shed awareness on
On October 11th and 12th, Parchem – fine & specialty chemicals attended the 2nd Annual in-cosmetics® north america show at the Javits Center in New York City.
Our technical marketing specialists were fortunate to be part of this interactive event dedicated to the personal care ingredient sourcing industry. We had a productive day meetings and sharing with some 2000 suppliers, manufacturers, R&D and lab professionals, and retail companies from all over North America.
Parchem – fine and specialty chemicals has established itself as one of the leading business to business suppliers for specialty chemicals in the U.S. market. Our knowledgeable staff remains on top of current trends in product availability, international shipping updates, and chemical regulations. We have a proven reputation for excellence built upon years of commitment to customer satisfaction and continual improvement. Parchem is a proud supplier of specialty chemicals such as N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone, which has applications in many industrial products.
If you have any questions about our products and services, please contact us at 1-800-282-3982 , email@example.com or complete the online form.