Blagden Specialty Chemicals appointed distributor for BYK-Gardner products in UK and Ireland


Blagden and BYK-Gardner - Setting the standard for Quality Control Management

We are pleased to announce that Blagden Specialty Chemicals Ltd has been appointed the UK distribution partner for BYK-Gardner, leader in the field of quality control for colour, appearance and testing of physical material properties. BYK-Gardner is part of the Altana Group and a direct subsidiary of BYK-Chemie.

BYK-Gardner’s commitment to innovation, quality of their products and excellent global service enable customers to set-up standardised and efficient QC management systems for their complete supply chain. Close co-operation in early development stages guarantee testing instruments and software solutions which are customer oriented.

The combination of innovative instrument technologies such as LED light sources or high-tech camera detectors with manufacturing excellence make BYK-Gardner products not only outstanding but unique in their performance.

Blagden has been the distributor of the BYK-Chemie range of additives for over 20 years, in combination with the BYK-Gardner range Blagden are now able to offer complete and unique solutions for the coatings, printing inks and plastic industries:


To improve the performance of Paints, printing inks and plastics

Colour and appearance instruments:

To control consistency and harmony of multi-component products

Physical testing instruments

To set-up standardised sample preparation methods and to control material properties from wet to dry stage.

To discuss your quality management and measurement needs or simply to request a new product brochure please contact any of the following team members or visit our website:


Simon Moss       Inside Sales Manager, BYK-Gardner


Tel: 01959 560818

Philip Randall   Business Line Manager


Tel: 01959 560857

Ross Straughan Commercial General Manager – Industrial Markets


Tel: 01959 560815


We look forward to discussing your requirements in the near future.

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