Video: Chemical Manufacturing

Amy Hawthorne

by Amy Hawthorne

19th December 2014

You may be familiar with ReAgent’s YouTube channel, where we have been uploading videos to provide explanations of all of the main services we offer. Videos range from information about our services such as chemical blending, to one of our most popular products, deionised water.

The latest video to appear on YouTube is one that explains our Chemical Manufacturing capabilities at ReAgent. After being established in 1977, ReAgent has grown into one of the UK’s leading chemical manufacturers and we’re committed to continue to provide our customers with the best possible service.

Our in-house chemists and experienced staff mean we don’t compromise on quality or value.

We also house a range of professional manufacturing equipment at our facility in Cheshire which includes mixing vessels, high shear mixing equipment, automated packing machinery, laboratories, a class 7 cleanroom and more.

We can tailor our services to each individual business’ needs. For example, if you’d like us to ship your product directly to your customers, just let us know and we can arrange this.

We’re confident you’ll enjoy speaking with our friendly sales team throughout the whole process; from your initial enquiry to any after-sales support you may require. We strive to provide the best customer service which is why many of our customers return to us for any further chemical manufacturing requests.

We invite all customers and potential customers to visit our site and audit our facility, so you can be sure you’re placing your project in capable and reliable hands.

We adopt a lean culture and are accredited to ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 standards. Everything we manufacture is produced on-site so we’re able to control the quality and carry out stringent tests to ensure we’re consistently manufacturing products of the highest possible quality.

To find out more about our chemical manufacturing capabilities, please get in touch. Our sales team would be happy to discuss your requirements and answer any questions you have.


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