Acid & Chemical by Pure Chemicals Co., Chennai

| March 12, 2014

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Welcome to Pure Chemicals Company, Manufacturer and Exporter of Aliphatic Solvent and Monomer Liquid. The company was incepted in 1983 at Chennai. We have Received Branded Distributor & Rashtriya Samman Patra award. Aditya Birla Chemicals, Asian Paints and BPCL are some of our prestigious clients and we are backed by excellent logistic support and variegated payment options. We offer a wide assortment of Acid Derivative, Chemical Alcohol and Specialty Chemicals. Aromatic, Chlorinated Solvent and Ester Acid offered by us are well known for their properties Our Ether and Glycolic Acids are in huge demand across the global markets. Ketone and Monomer Acids are reckoned all over the world for their superb quality. We have gained tremendous expertise in providing Plasticiser and Exxsol D Grade Acids. Our MEG Acid and Aliphatic Solvent are widely demanded in the market. For More Information, Log On At http://www.indiamart.com/purechemical...

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