Catalyst and Auxiliary Supplier in India

Catalyst and Auxiliary Supplier in India – Yellow Dyes

Yellow Dyes is the leading Catalyst and Auxiliary Supplier in India. Catalysts and Auxiliary are classified into two categories based on their state: liquid catalysts and solid catalysts, and homogeneous catalysts and heterogeneous catalysts based on the phase state of the chemical system. Auxiliary Chemicals are used in industrial production to enhance the manufacturing process, raise product quality and productivity, or give goods a specialised application performance.

We supply our own Catalyst and Auxiliary, from which we deal a variety of products. This total integration enables us to better serve our customers by providing high-quality, cost-effective color solutions.

Catalyst and Auxiliary Supplier, Catalyst and Auxiliary Dealer, Catalyst and Auxiliary Stockist in India

Catalyst and Auxiliary are accessible in both liquid and solid forms. Catalysts with varied characteristics and quality are available depending on the intended purpose. We supply high-quality chemicals purchased from recognised vendors in the industry and we also supply the Catalyst and Auxiliary

pH buffers, dispersion agents, anti-migrating agents for dyeing, defoamers, and dye finishing agents are examples of dyeing and Catalyst and Auxiliary that perform well for the coloration and printing of textiles. We supply high-quality chemicals purchased from recognised vendors in the industry and we also supply the Catalyst and Auxiliary. We are also huge supplier of Home & Personal Care.

Catalyst and Auxiliary Specialization

A Catalyst is a material that accelerates a chemical reaction without being consumed or changed in the process. Catalysts play a critical role in chemistry and biology. Catalysts often accelerate reactions by lowering activation energy or altering the reaction process. Enzymes, acid-base catalysts, and heterogeneous catalysts are examples of common kinds of catalysts.

Types of Catalyst and Auxiliary We Supply

Catalyst and Auxiliary are used across the industry for a variety of reasons which includes: to soften fabrics, to maintain alkaline pH levels, and to function as effective binders.


Antioxidants are synthetic or natural chemicals that can prevent or postpone some forms of cell damage. Many foods, including fruits and vegetables, contain antioxidants. They can also be purchased as dietary supplements. Beta-carotene, Lutein, Lycopene, Selenium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E are examples of antioxidants.

Polyethylene Glycol Derivatives

Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) Derivatives are commonly employed in biotechnology research. However, PEG oligomers (with varying molecular weights) and PEG based monomers (with varying chain end groups) have distinct chemical and physical characteristics, which may result in toxicity.

Plastic Rubber Chemicals

Plastic Rubber Chemicals includes the production of basic organic and inorganic chemicals, medicinal items, and insecticides, as well as rubber tyres and plastic tubes. Oils, minerals, metals, and some agricultural goods (such as natural rubber and fats) are the primary raw materials utilised in this manufacturing industry.

Precious Metal Catalysts

Precious Metal Catalysts are noble metals that are widely utilized in the chemical industry due to their ability to accelerate chemical reactions. Precious metals include gold, palladium, platinum, rhodium, and silver, to name a few. Precious metal catalysts are made up of finely scattered nano-scale precious metal particles that are supported by a high surface area material such as carbon, silica, or alumina.


Any member of the Zeolite family of hydrated aluminosilicate minerals containing alkali and alkaline-earth metals. Zeolites are known for their ion-exchange and reversible dehydration properties. They are composed of a framework structure that encloses linked holes populated by massive metal cations (positively charged ions) and water molecules.


Petrochemicals are made from a variety of chemical substances, mostly hydrocarbons. These hydrocarbons are produced by refining crude oil and natural gas. Among the many fractions generated by crude oil distillation, petroleum gases, naphtha, kerosene, and gas oil are the most important feed stocks for the petrochemical sector.

UV Absorbers

UV Absorbers is used to disperse ultraviolet light into a lower energy state. They are commonly used to protect polymers by blocking UV radiation from damaging the polymer. UV is found in numerous places, including the sun, and it may also be produced intentionally by man in a non-natural way.

Fluorescent Brightener

Fluorescent Brightener is also known as “white dye” or optical brighteners is a colourless organic chemical that can cause fluorescence when exposed to UV light. It can also improve the vibrancy of colorful materials. Unlike chemical bleaching, fluorescent whitening does not degrade the color and intensity of the cloth.


A Polymer is any of a family of natural or manmade compounds made up of very big molecules known as macromolecules that are multiples of smaller chemical units known as monomers. Polymers include many of the components found in living beings and serve as the foundation for many minerals and man-made compounds.

Coupling Agent

A Coupling Agent is a chemical substance that forms a chemical link between two different components, often inorganic and organic. Organosilanes are well-suited for this application due to their ability to combine both organic and inorganic functionality inside the same molecule. Organofunctionality may be easily added to silanes, such as amino, epoxy, acrylate, methacrylate, mercapto, and vinyl.

Flame Retardants

Flame Retardants are chemicals added to materials to prevent or delay the spread of fire. Since the 1970s, they have been employed in numerous consumer and industrial items to reduce the potential of materials to ignite. The following goods frequently have flame retardants added or applied to them. Flame retardants offer benefits when they are added to some products.

Our Future Aims & Goals

  • To supply and sell the best quality chemicals while supporting corporate practices that respect our workers, customers, suppliers, and the environment.
  • To be a competitive leader in the chemical industry on a local and worldwide scale by consistently developing and improving our products while keeping faithful to our core values.
  • To focus our efforts on our clients’ specific needs and assist them in improving their competitive position and performance.
  • Updating new services, technologies and products in the market by using our considerable expertise in the business.
  • To achieve efficiency and reach our maximum potential, we rely on the power of collaboration and customer satisfaction.

Catalyst and Auxiliary – Clients Project Report

Catalyst and Auxiliary are widely utilised throughout India. Our firm is a name that people know and trust; our brand name connotes quick delivery, low pricing, and high-quality Chemical. In India, we have delivered chemical to a variety of towns and enterprises. As a result, we are regarded as one of India’s leading Catalyst and Auxiliary Suppliers.

Products We Supply Cities / States
Catalyst and Auxiliary Supply Manufacturing Facilities Rajasthan
Catalyst and Auxiliary supply Gujarat
Catalyst and Auxiliary Pune, Maharashtra
Catalyst and Auxiliary Supplier Vijaywada, Hyderabad

Catalyst and Auxiliary – Our Sales Location

Yellow Dyes is one of India’s major Chemical suppliers. We are one of India’s leading Suppliers, Dealers, and Stockists of Chemicals due to their dependability and performance. Every month, we supply Catalyst and Auxiliary containers to a variety of clients from Indian Ports. Our products are available in a number of Indian cities.

Cities States Countries
Mumbai Maharashtra USA
Jamnagar Goa Germany
Gandhinagar Gujarat Russia
Ratnagiri Haryana Japan
Vishakhapatnam Kerala Qatar
Kolkata Punjab Italy
Pune West Bengal South Africa
Hyderabad Delhi France
Lucknow Telangana Canada
Kanpur Uttarakhand Turkey