Providing solutions to all industry sectors
Producer or user, industrial activity requires ever more efficient, easy-to-use and environmentally-friendly products. SEPPIC has designed a wide range of ingredients that satisfy the demands and changes of its customers’ markets.
Supporting all industrial sectors
SEPPIC provides its customers with a unique combination of expertise and extensive knowledge of the needs of their markets.
Over 200 formulation products, and as many solutions applicable to the needs of customers.
Detergent, oil, paper, phytosanitary, polymerisation, construction industries and many more, SEPPIC ingredients catalogue covers multiple applications and provides solutions that combine effectiveness, easy implementation and respect for the environment.
Ingredient ranges with multiple applications
A comprehensive range of ingredients with multiple applications, SEPPIC emulsifiers help customers to implement their projects.
Their many properties offer a wide spectrum of uses and increase the effectiveness of your products.
> Discover 100% bio-based APG (alkyl polyglucosides) that boost the effectiveness of surfactants
Thickening polymers increase the viscosity of aqueous phases and are used to form gels with multiple applications, including phytosanitary, detergents, etc.
Active ingredients are used in the formulation of many foaming products. SEPPIC products help formulate detergents for industrial surfaces, car cleaning products, fire-fighting foams.
Expertise focused on the customer needs
Each of SEPPIC business managers has an extensive technical and commercial expertise in the markets. A single point of contact, they give careful and proactive advice and recommend the best product solution for each specific application.
A majority of green products
Present on all industrial markets worldwide, SEPPIC is heavily committed to sustainability and offers a comprehensive range of green chemistry solutions.
Some ingredients are ranked “Gold Rated” by the Offshore Chemical Notification Scheme (OCNS) which regulates the use of chemicals in the North Sea.