Discover our solutions for building & construction
Materials | Assembly, Sealing, Strengthening, Waterproofing
Building on our heritage and know-how in macromolecular and fermentation technology, Kaneka Belgium in Westerlo is committed to developing and manufacturing performance polymers for high demanding functional plastics applications paving their way to the building and construction industry.
Our team of experts and market-leading portfolio of impact modifiers, processing aids, liquid polymers, toughener systems and specialty additives can help you find the solution for your product developments and business targets.
Adhesives and sealants
Base resins for high-quality general purpose adhesives | Flooring (wood, LVT, ceramic tiles) | Low modulus sealants | Expansion joint sealants | Glazing & self-cleaning glass sealants
Rigid functional plastics
Polymeric solutions for rigid functional plastic compounds: window profiles | flooring tiles | roofing, cladding & sidings | skirting board | pipes & fittings | …
Foam & Residential Techs
Quality of Life | Insulation
Kaneka is pursuing to enhance the quality of life through the power of its materials. Energy-efficient solutions enrich our lives behind the scenes by serving as insulation to keep our homes comfortable.
Our team of experts and portfolio of foam and residential tech materials can help you find the solution for your product developments and business targets
PV & Energy Management
Quality of Life | Photovoltaic power generation systems
Kaneka Corporation Japan started research into thin-film silicon photovoltaic modules early. This pioneering role has allowed the company to assume a leading position over the past 20 years. Kaneka's accumulated expertise now makes it possible to offer next-generation energy all over the world through its advanced PV systems.
For its advanced solar cell technology research, Kaneka sealed a partnership with imec, Flanders' leading nanotechnology research center.
Kaneka Solar Cells
Kaneka solar cells are integrated into tiles to blend seamlessly into the roof and surrounding townscape. They also help make net-zero energy houses and zero energy buildings possible (ZEHs/ZEBs).