William Doyle, Matt Clark, Gunalan Narayanan, Joseph John, and Dr. Ranjit. K. Matthan
Our recent studies suggest that Vytex NRL is not only a superior ingredient because of its low allergenicity, but it also has the ability to reduce production costs and become an advanced, cost-effective replacement for standard NRL for glove manufacturers as well as balloon and condom producers. These represent just a few of the manufacturer benefits we’ve uncovered from using our product and removing these non-rubber proteins at the raw material stage.
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Travis Honeycutt, Gunalan Narayanan, William Doyle, Matt Clark and Joanne Kearney
A major responsibility of manufacturing and/or marketing personnel is finding innovative techniques to differentiate their products vs. competition while driving down costs.
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William R. Doyle (Speaker), Joseph John and Dr. Ranjit Matthan
Vystar, in association with KA Prevulcanised Latex Pvt. Ltd., presented at the India Rubber Expo 2011 (IRE 2011) January 20, 2011; Chennai, India.
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William Doyle (Speaker), Matthew Clark, Ranjit K. Matthan, Ph.D., ...read more.
View RAPRA Latex & Synthetic Polymer Dispersions Conference Presentation...view here
William Doyle (Speaker), Matthew Clark, Ranjit K. Matthan, Ph.D., Joseph John, Michael Dochniak...read more.
Mark Swanson (Speaker), Matthew Clark, William Doyle, Ranjit K. Matthan, Ph.D., Joseph John, Michael Dochniak...read more.
April 6, 2009: Recent successful manufacturer trials with Vytex NRL were presented to pressure sensitive and cold seal adhesive executives in Austin...read more.
By Mark Swanson, William Doyle, Matthew Clark, and Russell Culp...read more
By Travis Honeycutt, Mark Swanson, William Doyle, Matthew Clark, and Russell Culp...read more
NOVEMBER 2007, RUBBER WORLD
, Vol. 237, No.2
By Travis Honeycutt, William Doyle, Matthew Clark and Russell Culp, Vystar and Mark Swanson, Quan-Tec-Air...read more
September 2006: MARGMA 2006
– Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Vystar™ Corporation has developed a novel, patented method for the deactivation of the antigenic proteins (AP) in liquid natural rubber latex that involves the denaturing of proteins…read more
January 2006: LATEX 2006
– Frankfurt, Germany...read more
It is well known that liquid natural rubber latex from the Hevea
brasiliensis tree contains a number of proteins that cause…read more