Come see Epolin at the Photonics West Exhibition Jan 25-27 Booth #443 - Moscone Center San Francisco, California

WELCOME TO EPOLIN​

For 30 years Epolin has pioneered the development and manufacture of near-infrared absorbing dyes, inks, and thermoplastic compounds.

We are known the world over for our expertise in optimizing near-infrared and visible light transmittance in plastic injected molded & cast parts, film extrusions, laminates, pressure sensitive adhesives, and coatings.

Epolin’s dyes are used in a myriad of thermoplastic and thermoset polymeric materials including polycarbonate, acrylic, polyamide, cellulose propionate, polystyrene, PVC, vinyl, COC, and polyurethane.

WHAT WE DO

  • Synthesis and manufacturing of high quality pure dyes and complex dye blends
  • Compounding dye into ready to use thermoplastic pellet
  • Technical support from concept through commercialization
  • Rapid formulation of complex dye blends facilitated by computer modeling
  • Fast, agile service to improve existing products or rapidly launch new ones
  • UV / VIS / NIR spectrophotometry, FTIR, SEM- EDS, and UV-Xenon arc testing and analysis
PRODUCTS
Epolin is known the world over for our expertise in optimizing IR light absorbance and visible light transmittance in a myriad of thermoplastic and thermoset polymeric materials such as polycarbonate, acrylic, polyamide, cellulose propionate, polystyrene, PCV, COC and polyurethane.
Application
Our materials add premium performance to laser & welding eyewear, security inks, light filters, display materials and night vision products. Epolin also creates new formulations to serve the growing markets of autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, and viral testing. Our R&D team can create the Right Stuff for your demanding application.
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ABOUT US
For 30 years Epolin has been the recognized pioneer and leader in the development and manufacture of near-infrared absorbing dyes and thermoplastic compounds.