Solutions overview

Adding Value from formulation to application since 1902.

Adding value from formulation to application since 1902

Using our extensive solvent and polymer expertise, we support our clients to differentiate through innovative solutions that create market leading positioning for their brands and products. We pride ourselves on being thought leaders within the adhesives and coatings industry and keep abreast of new and innovative materials through close contact with suppliers.  We then take new ideas and build on them which allows us to further enhance our customer’s products.

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Toll / Contract Manufacturing

Our toll/contract manufacturing service works with customer’s formulations to make products on their behalf.  We mix ingredients to achieve the correct consistency of material for the customer’s specified application method and our stringent quality control systems ensure products are consistent from batch to batch.


Bespoke Formulation

Our formulating service provides customers access to an extensive range of raw materials that when combined provide the effects and finished properties required for effective application and performance. We work in partnership with our clients to understand their business objectives and industry challenges. This enables us to develop adhesives and coatings that will help them to achieve their goals both internally and externally.


Polymer Expertise

Itac are specialists in the formulation and manufacturing of technical adhesives and coatings using a wide range of polymers.  These include polyurethane, acrylic, butyl rubber, natural rubber, silicone and many other polymer types.  Using our polymer expertise, we help our clients to understand which coating or adhesive formulation would best suit their application and product requirements.  The specified polymers are dispersed in an extensive range of solvents including aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, chlorinated solvents, esters, ethers, and ketones.