Eminess Technologies Inc., is headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ with manufacturing in Monroe, NC and is the exclusive distributor for Rohm and Haas (formerly Rodel®) full-line of products including the IC1000™ CMP pad and the MH™ Optical polishing pad, both exclusively manufactured by Rohm and Haas.
Eminess Technologies Inc. provides small company flexibility and focuses on the type of customers requesting a higher level of personal interaction. Eminess Technologies Inc. provides customization through flexible modular manufacturing operations for custom orders and specialty niche markets with highly variable volume requirements.
Eminess Technologies Inc. provides a one-stop source for a full line of slurries, Rohm and Haas (formerly Rodel®) products and other "enabling" products, and technical support services for the global customer's polishing requirements.
Eminess Technologies Manufacturing
Ultra Sol™ Polishing Slurries
Eminess Polishing Pads - Rohm and Haas (formerly Rodel®) Suba®, Politex®, SPM et.al.
Eminess Waxless Insert Template Process Assemblies (IPTA)
Eminess Rodo Wheels
Eminess TV Faceplate Laps and Quads
Eminess Technologies Distributed Products
Rohm and Haas IC1000™ and MH™ Polishing Pads
Rohm and Haas Polishing Slurries
Nalco™ Colloidal Silica Polishing Slurries
Klebosol® Colloidal Silica Polishing Slurries
Kinek® Diamond Pad Conditioning Discs
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