EnviroTech :: Innovation
Evonik breaks ground on silanes research center in Germany
11:39 AM MDT | July 1, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz
Evonik Industries announced today that it is investing double-digit million euros in a new research center at Rheinfelden, Germany. The center, which will start operating at the beginning of 2016 and focus on silanes, will house modern laboratories in the four-story building. It will employ up to 70 people. Silanes are used in the electronics, construction, and tire industries, as well as adhesives, sealants, and plastics. In the future, the new center will also include application engineering, analytics, and quality management. The...
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