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Published August 13, 2014
Demand for SAP is expected to be high in Asia Pacific due to growing end-use industries in countries such as China and India. Read More »
Published May 29, 2014
New plant in South Korea will have 59,000-ton capacity. Read More »
Published December 30, 2013
Wanhua Chemical Group, Shanghai, China, says it is entering the superabsorbent polymers (SAP) market with a new plant that in its first phase will produce 30,000 tons of SAP when it is finished sometime in 2014. The overall project is expected to hav… Read More »
Published October 1, 2013
Japanese firm Sumitomo Seika says its super absorbent polymer (SAP), Aqua Keep, has been well received by the market and to meet the increased demand for Aqua Keep, it has steadily increased its production capacity. Anticipating a continued robust gr… Read More »
By Steve Katz, Contributor
Published October 16, 2011
A move toward ultra-thin diapers are among the chemical company's findings. Read More »
Published August 19, 2011
It will be the first acrylic acid and superabsorbents plant in South America. Read More »
Published August 18, 2011
A new plant is expected to begin production in the third quarter of 2013. Read More »
By Carlos Richer, Contributor
Published February 16, 2010
A simple method for estimating SAP content. Read More »
Published November 15, 2005
San-Dia Polymers’ superabsorbent polymer plant in China, which began production last spring, has been so successful the Japanese company plans to expand its presence there. The existing 20,000 tons capacity will be enhanced with an additional 3… Read More »
Published November 18, 2013
Sweden-based Investkonsult and India located Jajoo Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. have set up a joint venture to manufacture hygiene products at Dewas near Indore in India. The JV will produce underpads, booster pads and maternity pads and is slated to begin co… Read More »