You are here

Struktol Company of America

Sponsorship Level


Struktol Company of America is a member of the Schill & Seilacher family of companies, with representation in over 100 countries around the world.  A global organization with over a century of specialty chemical expertise, Schill & Seilacher markets most of their polymer processing products under the brand name STRUKTOL® – a name that has become synonymous with both quality and performance.  Struktol Company of America manufactures chemicals and processing additives for the rubber and plastic industries including WPC, polyolefin and engineering plastics markets.  Providing Intelligent Additive Solutions, Struktol products are designed to meet the challenges and exacting demands of our customers. Our technical specialists, R&D chemists and compound laboratory are dedicated to creating innovative solutions for the ever-changing polymer industry – solutions that keep you ahead of your competition with increased productivity, better quality parts and lower overall cost.

Struktol offers: Processing Additives, Coupling agents, Dispersing agents, Flow auxiliaries, Lubricants and Waxes for the Plastic, PVC & WPC industries. 

When it comes to plastics additives, Struktol's vast chemical experience is translated into the most intelligent additive solutions available anywhere. They are particularly useful in highly filled systems where good flow, good surface and physical properties are difficult to obtain.

Struktol lubricant products for PVC compounding and processing contain simple and complex fatty acid esters, primary amides, refined natural waxes, metallic stearates and lubrication packages that can be used in a wide range of PVC applications such as calendering, extrusion, blow molding and injection molding. Final products include rigid PVC film and sheet, as well as extruded profiles, injection molded goods.

Struktol’s WPC additives are available for all types of WPC polymer systems and requirements. They can provide improved filler dispersion, lower viscosities, improved surface appearance, reduced edge-tearing, significantly increased output rates and overall lower costs.