Kinetic Chemicals

Kinetic Chemicals Inc. was a joint venture between DuPont and General Motors. It was founded in 1930 to develop and commercialize chlorofluorocarbon chemicals, such as refrigerants. One of the more famous inventions of Kinetic Chemicals was Teflon. In 1949, the operations came under control of the Organic Chemicals Department.

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Teflon - History
... discovered in 1938 by Roy Plunkett, in New Jersey while he was working for Kinetic Chemicals ... Kinetic Chemicals patented the new fluorinated plastic (analogous to known polyethylene) in 1941, and registered the Teflon trademark in 1945 ... DuPont, which founded Kinetic Chemicals in partnership with General Motors, was producing over two million pounds (900 tons) of Teflon brand PTFE per year in ...

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