Our activities
Recherche et développement - PolymerExpert
Research and Development
For over 20 years, we have been designing innovative solutions with high added value for our customers. Our expertise in the field of polymers allows us to design and support the innovations of the future. Thanks to the unique know-how of our teams, we can meet your research and development challenges. Our objective: the commercialization of your innovations
Analyses et Expertises - PolymerExpert
Analysis and Expertise
In order to meet the needs of R&D and production activities, PolymerExpert relies on a complete range of analytical instruments dedicated to polymers. We put at your disposal our knowledge and experience in polymer analysis and guarantee the traceability of our results in compliance with standards. We take care of your project from sampling to the delivery of a complete analytical report.
Melting Balm - ESTOGEL
Based on its own internal research, PolymerExpert provides its customers with raw materials dedicated to the cosmetic sector (make-up, suncare, skincare, etc.). We offer our customers guidance formulas and personalized technical support to facilitate the use of our ingredients.
Production PolymerExpert
PolymerExpert has a technological platform entirely dedicated to the industrialization of innovation. Several production lines are dedicated to medical, cosmetic and industrial applications. All our products comply with the procedures and standards of safety and quality according to ISO 9001 and ISO 13485.
Our products
Many consumer goods are made of polymeric materials whose appearance or performance can be altered by impact, scratches or cracks. Under the impulse of manufacturers and consumers, research has multiplied to extend the life of products.
polymère à mémoire de forme
ExpertShape is a shape memory polymer. These have many remarkable properties. The elastic deformation applied to the material can be extremely important. Thus, the possible shapes are very numerous and allow to answer a wide range of applications.
Acrylic cements appeared in the 1960s and are universally used to seal joint prostheses (hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, etc.). They allow the total replacement of deficient joints in very favorable conditions for the surgeon and the patient.
ExpertGel are thermogelling polymers, capable of reversibly changing their state according to temperature. At low concentration in water, they are liquid at room temperature and gel when the temperature increases
PolymerExpert has developed EstoGel, biosourced oil gelling polymers to replace macromolecules of fossil origin. These biosourced polymers are derived from castor oil. These rheological agents allow to obtain transparent oil gels.
ExpertSun - Polymère photochrome
ExpertSun changes color reversibly in the absence and presence of UV light. Developed from new polymerizable naphthopyran derivatives, they provide a good compromise between color intensity and speed of coloring and fading.
implant intraoculaire
PolymerExpert has developed several families of hydrophilic coatings (PVP, PV, Polyethers,...) particularly for the medical sector.
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Estogel Green clear stick
PolymerExpert wins Gold Award for its ingredient EstoGel® Green!
PolymerExpert has won the prestigious Cosmetiquemag Gold Award for its ingredient EstoGel® Green!
Acrylic polymers for orthopedic surgery
Research & development
Acrylic bone cements are universally used for the sealing of articular prostheses (hip, knee, shoulder, elbow…); they allow the total replacement of deficient articulations in very favourable conditions for the surgeon and for the patient.
Egérie EstogelGreen
PolymerExpert will attend the COSMETIC-360 2021!
Meet us on our booth M3 during the next edition of Cosmetic360 which will take place on October 13 & 14, 2021 in Paris, Carrousel du Louvre.
Shape memory polymer
Shape memory polymers
The shape memory of polymers is a property that allows an object deformed by means of a physical stress to recover its initial shape under the effect of another stress. Most commonly, the initial stress is mechanical and is applied at a temperature above room temperature, while the return to the initial shape is achieved by heating.