Products

Our products are part of your everyday life.

Rohm and Haas manufactures chemicals. We don't make anything that's sold directly to consumers. But you come in contact with the products we sell to other manufacturers no matter which direction you look.

Plastic Additives

Plastics additives and impact modifiers make plastic tough and make it possible for plastic to be molded into various shapes. Rohm and Haas sells additives in a powder form that looks like flour, or in a pellet form.

Plastic additives become part of bottles and containers, medical supplies, piping, siding for your house, window frames, and car bumpers. That's just a small sampling.

Acrylic Coatings

What do pencils, soft drink cans, and ships have in common? All rely on acrylic coatings like those made at the louisville plant.

Many manufactures use Rohm & Haas Acryloid to produce coatings noted for their toughness and shine. We sell these materials in a solid grade or a solution grade.

One type of acrylic coating provides the finish for your boat or the touch-up paint you use on your car. The coatings also beautify and protect signs and structural steel. They're used on metal furniture and cabinets. You'll even find this super-tough coating on the painted part of an ordinary pencil and in the lining of soft drink cans.

Emulsion Products

Rohm and Haas Rhoplex emulsions are a key part of latex paint, which brightens count-less rooms, homes, and other buildings. You'll also find emulsion in the polishes that make your floor sparkle.

Adhesives, inks, and coatings for paper goods contain emulsions. Did you ever wonder what holds the fibers together in a piece of tissue paper? Probably not, but if you ever wonder, the answer is emulsions, which are part of cement, caulking, concrete, and other products.

Monomers and Acrylates

Rohm and Haas Rhoplex emulsions are a key part of latex paint, which brightens count-less rooms, homes, and other buildings. You'll also find emulsion in the polishes that make your floor sparkle.

Adhesives, inks, and coatings for paper goods contain emulsions. Did you ever wonder what holds the fibers together in a piece of tissue paper? Probably not, but if you ever wonder, the answer is emulsions, which are part of cement, caulking, concrete, and other products.