|By PR Newswire||
|March 30, 2014 10:53 PM EDT||
SINGAPORE, March 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BCI Chemical Corporation was presented with the Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Award for their achievements in the area of innovative value proposition in the Asia Pacific region at the 2013 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards held on the 17th of October at the St. Regis Hotel, Singapore.
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With its experience in oilfield chemicals, industrial chemicals and laundry products, BCI Chemical Corporation has managed to leverage its marketing and manufacturing exposure to emerge as one of the leading companies catering to the mass chemical solution needs and providing custom contract blending services.
Through its focus on research and development along the lines of innovation, the company has developed an innovative NanoEmulsion technology that enables development of products that are superior in cleaning, removing, and solubilizing hydrocarbons in grease.
With the subsequent launch of its Adi®E-KLEEN biodegradable degreaser, the company has also demonstrated its capability in providing an efficient degreasing agent that is capable of cleaning light to heavy oil contamination on metal surfaces.
"Through its nanoemulsion technology and biodegradable degreasers, BCI Chemical Corporation has addressed the industry's need for an effective removal of oil and grease solution from a wide range of components used in both oil and gas applications in the Asia Pacific region," said Aarthi Janakiraman, Industry Analyst for Frost & Sullivan's Asia Pacific Chemicals, Materials and Foods practice.
Across the Asia Pacific region, regulations from governmental agencies regarding the preservation of environment have gained importance. The tightening regulatory scenario regarding the use of conventional degreasers has resulted in companies concentrating on the development and use of alternative yet environmentally-friendly solutions.
"With more and more companies preferring to use environmentally friendly degreasers instead of conventional hydrocarbon based products, BCI Chemical Corporation is expected to emerge as one of the leading companies that provide effective, environmentally friendly removal of oil and grease from a wide range of components across various industries in the Asia Pacific region," Aarthi added.
Now in its sixth consecutive year, the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards recognizes companies across industries, commending their diligence, commitment, and innovative business strategies required to advance in the global marketplace.
The 2013 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Technology Innovation in Oil & Gas Biodegradable Degreaser recognize the innovative value proposition offered by the degreasers for oil and gas industry.
Frost & Sullivan identifies these outstanding companies in the regional and global markets through in-depth interviews, market analysis, performance measurements, and benchmarking of market participants to bring unique best practices to the forefront.
For more information, please visit http://www.apacbp-awards.com/
About Nanoemulsion Biodegreaser
BCI Chemical Corporation's patented NanoEmulsion technology has the ability to remove grease, gel-like wax and sludge by reducing the interfacial tension to as low as 10-6mN/m and providing water-wet surfaces. In nanoemulsion, the soluble phase is suspended inside micelle with size 10nm to 100nm. It is environmentally friendly, biodegradable, free from BTX (benzene, toluene, and xylene) solvents, mild (neutral pH) and free from endocrine disruptors such as NPE (nonyl phenol).
The company has also developed a series of products apart from its Adi®E-KLEEN biodegradable degreaser by leveraging its NanoEmulsion technology, which are used in wellbore cleaning, pipe dope cleaning, asphaltene and wax removal, and crude oil production enhancement.For more information on BCI Chemical Corporation's Nanoemulsion technology: http://www.bcichemical.com.my/specialty-products-application
About Frost & Sullivan
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