Automotive

The main requirement in the automotive industry concentrates on the after-treatment of produced parts.

AutomotiveA coating (varnishing, powder coating, chromium plating...) of the produced parts has to be ensured in the majority of cases.

Münch Chemie International GmbH focuses its activities especially on this problem. Already in the development stage, the products are designed in a way that facilitates a surface treatment without any other preparations. A targeted raw material selection helps to avoid the outbreak of silicone plague.

Our product portfolio for the automotive industry includes process aids for the rubber, PU, metal and plastics processing, as well as for GRP-parts or nonwovens.

We aim to significantly simplify the complex production procedures with the polymer processing industry.

We offer a large product portfolio of release agents for rubber processing, adapted to each rubber type or various rubber types, as well as additives, batch-off, lubricants ,anti-corrosives and bladder coating.

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Innovation and quality are our daily incentive. We operate in a challenging environment. We therefore strive to constantly improve the quality of our work and to develop new solutions.

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The polyurethane processing industry is becoming more and more important. In fact, PU is being used ever more frequently in the fields of automotive, construction,  medical technology, aerospace and much more.

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For the metal-processing industry we formulate and develop products, which meet the high requirements of this industry.

Whether aluminium, zinc or magnesium casting ; whether hot or cold runner machines, we offer suitable products.

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Nonwovens are recycled cottons which are pressed with a binder in powder or fiber form (phenolic, epoxy or polyester resin) at high temperatures in steel moulds.

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Thanks to the versatile properties of the thermoplastics and their simple processing, their use in the industry is nowadays increasingly widespread – in particular in the automotive industry. About 15 percent of a vehicle are today made of plastic.

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