Synalloy Chemicals has the ability to manufacture many key raw materials used to make specialty chemicals as well as complete the manufacturing process through contract manufacturing & tolling. The company currently operates two chemical manufacturing sites. One near Chattanooga, TN, the second near Greenville, SC, additional sites are being reviewed for growth. Both manufacturing sites are roughly the same size and have similar capabilities: Reactions, Formulation, Particle Size Reduction and Homogenization. Other services such as: Bulk Storage, Filtrations, Repackaging, Powder Blending and Warehousing are also available. Our two site strategy allows us duplicate critical production capabilities and placement your business near large customer bases.
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- Fine Chemicals
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- Nationally (across the country)
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The Manufacturers Chemical site is located in Cleveland, TN, on 10 acres, in an industrial area. The manufacturing site is a 125,000 sq. ft. facility, which has production, warehouse, office and laboratory facilities.
The production area is equipped with: > 22 mix vessels ranging in size from 30 to 8,250 gallons, 6 stainless steel hot oil reactors ranging in size from 600 to 8,000 gallons and 2,700 gallon stainless steel steam fired reactor. All vessels use stainless piping throughout and the reactors have hot oil, steam, chill water, condensers, separators, nitrogen spurge, full vacuum and pressure capabilities.
Our lab of 1,500 sq. ft. includes: research, development, quality assurance, samples, pilot plant, and instrumentation labs offering the latest in technical equipment.
South Carolina site
The CRI site is located in Fountain Inn, SC, on 20 acres, in an industrial area. The manufacturing site is a 150,000 sq. ft. facility which has production, warehouse, office and laboratory facilities.
The production area is equipped with: > 40 mix vessels ranging in size from 200 to 5,000 gallons, 3 stainless steel hot oil reactors ranging in size from 3000 to 8,000 gallons. All vessels use stainless piping throughout and the reactors have hot oil, steam, chill water, condensers, separators, nitrogen spurge, full vacuum and pressure capabilities.
Our lab of 1,,500 sq. ft. includes: research, development, quality assurance, samples, pilot plant, and instrumentation labs offering the latest in technical equipment.
Why Synalloy Chemicals?
Synalloy Chemicals provides an ISO 9001 certified, safe, clean, turn-key manufacturing and distribution environment. We handle products safely with knowledge and efficiency. We offer a range of products and tolling capabilities well suited to the markets we serve.
Environmental, Health & Safety
Our Environmental, Health and Safety Program is focused 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. This includes the areas of safety for employees, pollution prevention, waste minimization, and proper destruction of packaging materials used in the plant.
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 in January, 1996, we are registered through Quality Systems Registrars, Inc., Certificate QSR-407.
Supporting Our Community
Synalloy is dedicated to being a good corporate citizen and supports a number of charitable organizations through monetary donations and hands-on participation at all its locations. The Company is an avid supporter of the United Way and over the years has been recognized for being a leader in corporate giving.
Synalloy the parent company of Synalloy Chemicals was first organized in 1945 under the name of Blackman Uhler Industries. In the mid-1950s their first textile dye manufacturing facility was built in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
During the 1960s, the Company diversified into the specialty chemicals and metals arenas through several acquisitions including Bristol Metals. Its name was changed to Synalloy Corporation in 1967 at which time it became a public company. In the late 1990s, the Company acquired several chemical companies including Manufacturers Chemicals. By 2009, the Company had re-evaluated its business strategy; sold the holdings Organic Pigments and Blackman Uhler. In August of 2012, Synalloy acquired Palmer of Texas located in Andrews, Texas. In 2013 Synalloy acquired CRI and added it to their chemical holdings. Today Synalloy operates two divisions: Specialty Chemicals and Metals.
Manufactures Chemicals, acquired by Synalloy in 1996, was established in 1919. Originally the company was the chemical arm of Hardwick Woolen Mills’. Hardwick broke off the chemical division and Manufacturers Chemical served the local textile and carpet industry. Around 1980, the company expanded into contract manufacturing and today support the markets of: Paper, Carpet, Textile, Industrial Chemicals, Metal Working, HI&I, Petroleum and Mining, Coatings, Additives, Automotive, Cosmetics, and Agriculture.
CRI Tolling, acquired by Synalloy in 2013, was established in 1990. Originally the company operated as a Vat dye paste manufacturer for the textile market. Later they expanded their colorant offerings into paper, inkjet and other specialty markets. Around 2009, CRI began to expand and develop a tolling business. Today most of its business is contract manufacturing for many of the premier specialty chemical companies.