Friday, September 01, 2017 - Florham Park, NJ Troy Corporation announced today that it has completed the acquisition of the North American wood protection business of RONA (Ruetgers Organics North America), including Impralit and Hydropearl technologies. Other Ruetgers units, geographies, and product lines were not included in the sale. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Impralit PBT, the latest fungicide technology for pressure treating, is now available exclusively from Troy in North America. Commonly known as polymeric betaine, this advanced proprietary technology enhances penetration into pressure treated wood for optimum protection. Troy is now also the North American supplier of Impralit TWN solubilized copper preservative, a highly stable, proven technology for the protection of pressure treated wood. Additionally, Hydropearl 100 & 140 water repellants are now supplied by Troy, offering compatibility with PBT and many quaternary amines, as well as low cost-in-use. These new technologies in Troys wood protection portfolio have been developed specifically for high-quality, long-term protection, and offer pressure treaters excellent performance and value.
The expansion of Troys advanced portfolio strengthens the companys position in the pressure treated wood marketplace, says Troys Geoff Webb, Director, Wood Protection. Impralit and Troy technologies are at the forefront of innovation in pressure treated chemistry. Combined with Troys expert technical service and unique TMMA plant hygiene program, pressure treaters will benefit going forward.
For more information about Troys full line of advanced products for wood protection, visit troycorp.com.
Troy Corporation develops and manufactures specialty materials that enhance the properties and performance of its customers products and processes, and is committed to helping manufacturers meet global requirements for compliance and sustainability. Founded in 1950, Troy is headquartered in Florham Park, New Jersey with sales offices throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Troy materials are used and available in over 100 countries worldwide.
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