Taking a step back in time, it all started in the 1950s when Halocarbon was established and started producing inert fluorocarbon lubricants resistant to heat and chemical attacks. From there, we played an integral part in enabling the moon landing by providing gyroscopic fluids that were used in the navigation and landing systems of Gemini and Apollo spacecraft.
Halocarbon continued to lead the industry in innovation in the 1970s when it became the first U.S. producer of operating room-safe anesthetics, including Halothane. The firsts didn’t stop there.
By the 1980s, Halocarbon also became the first large-scale producer of trifluoroacetic acid and its derivatives, enabling a new generation of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals with increased potency, bioavailability, and decreased side-effects and environmental impact.
With continued success, Halocarbon expanded operations in the 1990s and became a GMP-certified producer and global supplier of modern inhalation anesthetics: Isoflurane and Sevoflurane. Now our rich history leads up to the 2000s and present day, where expansion has continued into new electronics innovations, for example, our in-house team designed and manufactured fluorinated photoresist monomers for use in 193nm and 157nm lithography.
From the 1950s until current day 2018, Halocarbon continues to strive to be the best fluorochemical company and manufacturer in the industry. And, that starts with the people we employ. Ready to join our team and create breakthroughs?