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Welcome to Shepherd Chemical

The Shepherd Chemical Company develops and manufactures metal-based chemistries that create value and brighten lives. Our specialty chemicals are essential to technologies for consumer safety, environmental sustainability, advanced product performance and industrial process efficiency.

Partnering with industries from airbags and tires to fragrance and personal care, from petrochemicals and polyurethanes to lubricants and catalysts, Shepherd collaborates on both standard and custom co-developed metal chemistries.

45% of our portfolio is custom co-developed and manufactured for proprietary applications across the globe. We have a passion for innovation and over 100 years of expertise in working with our customers from initial concept to packaged product.

Eight of the top ten global chemical companies trust Shepherd.

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METAL CHEMISTRIES

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If you're looking to download, print or email a Product Data Sheet, please browse our download center by clicking below. Alternatively, you can also navigate to any of the metal pages on ShepChem.com to view product data sheets specific to the metal of interest.

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Shepherd Announces New Proprietary Stabilized BCN - In Search of Stability Study Participants

Shepherd is a global “partner of choice” for leading airbag manufacturers, providing unmatched product consistency, metal chemistry expertise, precision particle engineering, robust process development, collaboration and trusted confidentiality. In a recent study performed by our Research and Development team, Shepherd sought to understand how humidity and temperature impacted the physical properties of Basic Copper Nitrate (BCN), such as surface area, particle size, density and moisture c... Read More

Shepherd Announces New Proprietary Stabilized BCN - In Search of Stability Study Participants