THE NOCHAR PRODUCT LINE has been assembled to meet very rigid standards.
Each Product must be state-of-the-art and represent a window of technology. A window of technology is an improvement over any known similar product or technology. Each Product must also be environmentally friendly and pose no health threat. Nochar’s fire safety products now include fire retardants, fire resistive coatings, both permanent and temporary, fire suppressant gels, thermal block coatings, heat scavengers, and suppressant systems.
In 1991, Nochar introduced its environmental safety products such as, spill reponse and stablization products for hydrocarbons, acids, caustics, bodily fluids, hydrocarbon sludges and various nuclear liquid byproducts.
THE NOCHAR PRODUCTS include Fire Safety, Environmental Protection (“EPP”) and Nuclear technology.
The Fire Safety Products include compounds effective on natural fibers, as well as gels and pastes that can be used on synthetic materials or metals. Each of the “EPP” products is an invaluable tool in preventing, containing and remediating hazardous chemical or bodily fluid spills or continuous contamination. In 1997, Nochar began working with the U.S. Department of Energy (D.O.E.) to solidify dangerous radioactive liquid waste left over from the Cold War. Nochar polymers since the 1st successful solidification project, in which radioactive tritium oil was bonded, immobilized and shipped to Nevada for long term burial. Nochar polymers have been used to solidify and bond some of t he most dangerous radioactive liquid waste at nuclear sites all over the United States as well as sites all over the world. Nochar polymers create a very strong mechanical bond as well as immobilizing waste on a molecular level. Once bonded, the new solid waste form is far safer and more stable for long term burial than any surface collecting adsorbent, which was a standard method used worldwide in the paste. Waste which is contained in an absorbent polymer matrix, will not release under pressure or long term storage.
NOCHAR has participated in fire-razing of buildings for training fire fighters in New Hampshire, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Missouri, Illinois, California, Washington, and Texas.