Synalloy Chemicals brings over a century of experience to the specialty chemical industry.
Synalloy Chemicals manufactures specialty chemicals tailored to our customers’ needs, manufactures many key chemical intermediates used to make specialty chemicals and completes the manufacturing process through contract manufacturing and tolling.
The company currently operates two full-service chemical manufacturing sites: One near Chattanooga, Tennessee, and one near Greenville, South Carolina. Both sites support high-temperature chemical reactions, formulation capabilities, particle size reduction and homogenization. Other services include bulk storage, filtrations, repackaging, powder blending and warehousing. Our two-site strategy allows us to duplicate critical production capabilities and placement your business near large customer bases.
Onsite laboratory and expert staff adds proprietary product development and manufacturing to its offerings for end customers and resellers.
The company produces provides specialty chemicals and manufacturing services to many different markets such as paper, carpet and textiles, industrial chemicals, metals, mining, agriculture, paint, latex additives, automotive, petroleum, water treatment, coatings, lubricants, and personal care.
Through the diligence of our Quality Management System, we serve our customers with consistent high standards of excellence and a continuing commitment to constant improvement. Certified ISO-9001, we are registered through Quality Systems Registrars Inc., Certificate QSR-407.
Environmental, Health & Safety
Our Environmental, Health & Safety Program focuses on the prevention and minimization of any issues that may cause harm to the employee, the company, the customer or the environment. We carry this idea through all aspects of the business processes.
Our Dedication to Safety
With a tremendous emphasis on the safety of its employees and community, Manufacturers Chemicals LLC is pleased to announce it has reached two million man hours without a lost-time incident as classified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).