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Our business acceleration event for startups aims at promoting the value of advanced and composite materials for the future of mobility and consumption trends.
Solvay has acquired the Flux Schweiß- und Lötstoffe GmbH (Flux), now renamed as Solvay Flux GmbH, complementing its aluminum brazing capabilities and products with fast-growing formulations for automotive heat exchangers and stationary heat, ventilation and air conditioning units.
Solvay's solutions in coatings, ink and adhesive formulations, provide great benefits such as longer durability, weather resistance, heat resistance and more.
Torlon® PAI is a family of polyamide-imides, a polymer that offers the highest strength and stiffness of any commercial thermoplastic at extremely high temperature and stress.
Solvay is covered by various financial analysts providing their own analyses and earnings estimates on the company. In an effort to increase the transparency towards the financial community, Solvay has chosen Vara Research, an independent service provider, to collect the most recent analysts’ estimates published in the page.
All financial reporting procedures and internal controls ensure that all material information disclosed by Solvay to its investors, creditors, and regulators is accurate, transparent, and timely, and that it fairly represents the Group’s most relevant developments, financial fundamentals, and performance.
The publication of the quarterly financial results or so-called earnings is subject to various checks and validations carried out in advance by the Executive Committee, the Audit Committee that ensures that financial statements and communications by the Company and the Group, conform to generally accepted accounting principles (IFRS for the Group, Belgian accounting law for the Company), and by the Board of Directors which approves the consolidated periodic financial statements and those of Solvay SA (quarterly –consolidated only, semiannual and annual) and all related communications.
Kalix® HPPA (high-performance polyamide) is designed for structural components used in smart mobile electronic devices. They provide high strength, rigidity and a high-quality surface finish along with improved processing.

Omnix® HPPA is a family of high-performance polyamides that bridge the cost-performance gap between lower performing PA66 and higher performing polyphthalamide, such as Amodel® PPA.
PEEK is one of the highest performance thermoplastics, surpassed only by Solvay’s Torlon® PAI. Its chemical resistance is similar to PPS (polyphenylene sulfide), but PEEK can operate at higher temperatures, retaining its excellent mechanical properties at continuous-use temperatures up to 240 °C (464 °F).
High-performance polyketones tailored to fill cost and performance gaps between PEEK and other high-performance polymers
A full spectrum of high performance and developmental thermoplastics films for specialized industries made from a variety of engineering and specialty polymers
Algoflon® PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) is a family of fully-fluorinated polymers that provide: Chemical inertness, outstanding temperature resistance, low coefficient of friction, exceptional release and water repellent properties and outstanding heat resistance
Outstanding resistance to chemicals, UV light and fatigue along with exceptional barrier properties, scratch resistance and ease of processing. This combination of properties makes it well-suited for demanding applications such as oil and gas, lithium-ion batteries, photovoltaics and membranes.