Daubert Chemical Plant Expanded for Calcium Sulfonate Production

Calcium sulfonate is the featured component of the company's SACI (Severe Atmospheric Corrosion Inhibitor) and TecPlex corrosive-resistant precursor and finished grease lines.

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Daubert Chemical Co. (Chicago, Illinois) has completed a three-year-long plant expansion effort, more than doubling its previous production capacity of calcium sulfonate, a chemical used in the company's grease, rust preventative, metalworking fluid and gear oil additive products. The expansion reflects the company's efforts to improve production of gelled calcium sulfonate, which it began making in the early 2000s when supplies of the chemical were disrupted in the US. Calcium sulfonate is the featured component of the company's SACI (Severe Atmospheric Corrosion Inhibitor) and TecPlex corrosive-resistant precursor and finished grease lines.

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