Industrial Polymers combines the capabilities of science and technology with a passion to innovate new products. We tap into new market opportunities through cooperative product development with our customers. For 27 years we have practiced the art of invention creating 100’s of products for both civilian and military needs. We provide customers a turnkey solution for product development, manufacturing services, warehousing, packaging and world wide shipping logistics. We formulate and manufacture the most complex polymer compounds in our state of the art manufacturing facility serving more than 5500 customers in 40 countries. The nearby Port of Houston provides efficient direct shipping to customers in Western Europe, the Caribbean, Central and South American. Many of the products we manufacture are not found on our web site, they are only available through our developmental partners.
Department of Defense 2008 Value Engineering Award Javelin Missle weapon system. Team Category – Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, Javelin Launch Tube Enhancement Team & Marine Corps Systems Command, Anti-Armor Systems Joint Special Operations Department. Industrial Polymers served as the developmental consultant and exclusive product manufacturer for the project. The Awards ceremony was held on June 17, 2009 at the Pentagon Building, Washing D.C. http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Newswire2009/MAR26-01.aspx
In 1995 Industrial Polymers invented Speedliner a product which simplified the application of spray on truck bed liner coatings. Until the invention of Speedliner the application of spray on truck bed liners required the use of complex and expensive high pressure spraying equipment. Many new car dealerships and collision repair shops wanted the ability to apply spray-on truck bed liners but were reluctant to invest $25,000 in specialized spraying equipment and associated franchise fees. The invention of Speedliner gave customers the ability to spray on truck bed liners with a simple low cost hopper spray gun and to color match their bed liners using the same color tints used in their automotive paints. The Speedliner product is currently sold through more than 3500 dealer applicators in 25 countries.
In 2000 Industrial Polymers invented the StyroSpray hard coating product for coating cut or carved foam construction. Like Speedliner before it StyroSpray eliminates the need for expensive high pressure spraying equipment to apply a protective plastic hard coating over foam. EPS foam or Styrene Foam is a low cost easily shapeable product commonly used in the manufacture of outdoor signs and decorative themeing. The problem with EPS foam, it’s very fragile and easily damaged from impact or dissolved by paints or fiberglass resin. StyroSpray provides a durable smooth protective coating over foam which can be sanded or painted with solvent based paints or fiberglass resin. StyroSpray is the first of it kind moisture cure polyurea hard coating which only cures when exposed to moisture in the air. It is applied by hopper spray gun, brush or paint roller. StyroSpray provides customers with an economical way to hard coat low density foams enabling them to create new products and reduce production costs.
Industry leading confidential development of moisture cured urethane compounds used in infrastructure repair and maintenance.
Industry leading confidential development of moisture cured urethane compounds used to control the movement of below grade water
Pioneering development of urethane polymer gels for industry specific applications
On going development of polymer products for military and aerospace applications.
1998 Invention of the first water expanding casting resin for accurately enlarging 3 dimensional objects in high resolution. HydroSpan 100 was originally developed as a drainage pipe sealing product with the ability to expand and seal off leaks on contact with water. Our developmental partner desired a rubber joint seal with the property of expansion on contact with water to seal off leaks resulting from soil erosion and movement. Customers now use the HydroSpan 100 product to enlarge objects for foundry molds, fossils and other visual displays.
2000 Invention of the first RTV urethane casting resin for accurately shrinking 3 dimensional objects in high resolution.
HydroSpan 400 was developed at the request of numerous customers seeking to shrink 3 dimensional objects in high resolution. It is frequently used to rescale toys, jewelry molds, foundry molds, art and other display items.
United States Patent 6,362,302 1999
Industrial Polymers patented a method of producing three dimensional polyurethane shapes by spray molding a quasi-gel like polymer. The polymer compounds are used in the fabrication of three dimensional shapes including rocks, rock walls or rock faces, trees, tree stumps or limbs, animals, architectural features or settings in which a certain visual appearance is desired.
United States Patent 4,659,748 1985
Method for rapidly repairing broken or cracked roadway surfaces by injecting expanding urethane compounds below grade. Industrial polymers patented a method utilizing water or surface moisture to foam a polymer compound to provide long-lived crack repair and below grade fill under roadways.