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Goulston Technologies

Goulston Technologies
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Address:
700 N. Johnson Street
Monroe NC, 28110
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Website: http://www.goulston.com

Overview

Recognized worldwide as the leading manufacturer of fiber lubricant products, Goulston Technologies, Inc. has assembled a group of specialized professionals with expertise in lubrication, surface and polymer chemistry, fiber production and downstream textile processing. This broad knowledge base enables us to develop formulated fiber lubricants and melt additives that allow our customers to achieve the highest levels of performance, economy, efficiency and throughput. Our goal is to always provide enhanced value to our customers. Goulston Technologies utilizes the most advanced component technology together with the synthesis of new molecules as it seeks to develop new fiber finish technology. These components are designed to impart a variety of desirable properties including balanced lubricity, boundary lubrication, static protection, and permanent surface modification. Sophisticated laboratory equipment is used for the characterization of fiber surface properties. Our research & development team then utilizes our component technology and polymer surface understanding to design solutions for real-world fiber processing issues. With more than 70 years of experience in formulating fiber lubricant products, Goulston Technologies has served the fibers industry with quality products and outstanding technical support. Goulston is ready to help you solve your performance problems through application of custom finish products and process improvements. To get started just click on the NEED HELP button at the top of this page.

Product or Service

Manufacturer of fiber lubricant products.

Parent Company Name: Takemoto Oil & Fat Company

Municipality Location: Monroe

Cluster: Chemicals



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